The new owners of Claudio’s got a “fast-tracked” approval of their wetlands permit at Thursday’s Greenport Village Board meeting, as officials expressed concern over the disruption the work could cause for other businesses if Claudio’s doesn’t complete construction by Memorial Day. READ
A large crowd turned out to speak on the proposed changes to the Claudio’s restaurant complex at a Greenport Village Planning Board meeting Thursday, but the public hearing was postponed. READ
Proposed changes to the Claudio’s restaurant complex at the foot of Main Street in Greenport will be the subject of a public hearing before the village Planning Board Thursday afternoon, Jan. 3.
The meeting starts at 4 p.m. at the Third Street firehouse. READ
The March sale of Claudio’s in Greenport marked the end of an era.
The main restaurant was opened in 1870 by Manuel Claudio and was billed the longest continuously family-owned eatery in the United States. READ
The new operators of Claudio’s Restaurant say they want to make the business more “family friendly” by adding outdoor seating, recreation and green spaces.
Stephen Loffredo and Tora Matsuoka of Seasoned Hospitality in Manhattan proposed some of those changes at last Thursday’s Greenport Village Board meeting, where the application was on for a “pre-submission conference.” READ
After a 148-year run as America’s longest continuously family-owned restaurant, Claudio’s in Greenport has been sold.
Co-owner Jan Claudio confirmed the transfer of the iconic waterfront property Monday. The building that houses the flagship restaurant, originally opened as Claudio’s Tavern in 1870, is recognized by the National Restaurant Association as the longest continuously family-owned eatery in the United States and is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. READ
A Greenport man was arrested Monday after being caught on surveillance video pouring paint over parking spaces at Claudio’s restaurant on Main Street in Greenport, according to a Southold police press release.
Jerry Tuthill, a co-owner of Claudio’s restaurant, the waterfront’s popular clam bar and Crabby Jerry’s in Greenport, died Saturday night, family members confirmed. He was 69.
Two years ago, despite a public campaign by business owners along Greenport’s Main Street, the antique blue mailbox nailed to a cement post outside Claudio’s Restaurant was unceremoniously taken down after decades at the spot.
They’ll be selling more than clams and seafood at Claudio’s this summer.
The popular 146-year-old restaurant will be leasing space on its dock to Strong’s Marine for the second consecutive summer, according to owner Jan Claudio, who spoke before the Greenport Village Planning Board about the proposal last Thursday.