The Chequit

23 Grand Avenue, Shelter Island, NY 11965
Lunch and dinner seven days in season. Sunday Brunch.

David Bowd and Kevin O'Shea, the Provincetown hoteliers who bought the rambling inn in Shelter Island Heights in 2014, did a top to bottom remake and reopened it in 2015. The restaurant is called Red Maple and offers "shareable" plates with a menu that boasts Montauk fluke, local produce and a raw bar. There's a selection of light bites, imaginative cocktails, and wine on tap. Coffee at the White Hill Cafe is by Jack's Stir Brew and the pastries are homemade. Breakfast in bed is a nice idea. 

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