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NY Post, Alexa: May 24, 2019

Explore the new North Fork: The buzziest hotels, restaurants and vineyards

The Menhaden (from $349), in relatively bustling Greenport, weaves seamlessly into the village’s fisherman-chic aesthetic (it’s cheekily named for a stinky fish used as feed), with 16 rooms tastefully done in mostly black and white, except for the cool Smeg fridges stocked with gratis local bites like North Fork chips, hand-creamed butter and fresh pastries.”

Marie Claire: April 25, 2019

Weekend Guide to the North Fork: Where to Stay, Eat & Drink

“book a stay at The Menhaden whose namesake (a type of herring fish) and chic nautical décor is a nod to The North Fork’s maritime history. Located in the heart of Greenport Village, the 16-room boutique hotel, opening this May, is walking distance from the town’s popular restaurants, vintage shops, and artist galleries.”

The Sag Harbor Express: May 20, 2019

Greenport Gets Serious About Dining

“Completely new from the ground up, The Menhaden hotel plays to both its audience and the community. A nod to the village’s fishing roots, the hotel’s name is a simple yet profound way of emphasizing their desire to add to the culture of Greenport. Contrasting white and black inside and out, the boutique hotel and restaurant is clean, bright and sophisticated, yet approachable to guests and locals.” 

Marie Claire: June 4, 2019

Book These Hamptons Hotels For Your Next Summer Getaway

“Okay, it's not technically in the Hamptons, but if you find yourself on Long Island's North Fork, book a room at The Menhaden….little perks, like heated bathroom floors and a well-stocked pantry with local snacks, make the charming hotel extra special. Enjoy weekend yoga classes on the rooftop or a night cap by the fire pits, and let the helpful concierge plan a local excursion, like wine tasting at one of the 149 vineyards in the area or a day of boating on the Long Island Sound.