The Chequit

23 Grand Avenue, Shelter Island, NY 11965
631-749-0018
$$
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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