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The Bell & Anchor

12 locals recommend · Estimated price 1 out of 4
About this place
In 2012, The Bell & Anchor opened for its first summer. Now, open for much more and much longer than just summer: the waterside Sag Harbor restaurant conceived and operated by David Loewenberg & Sam McCleland stands firmly along side its sister restaurant, the Beacon. At The Bell & Anchor, you'll experience food and wine with deep flavors and textures. The restaurant pulls its inspiration from the rich & deep history Sag Harbor, Noyac, Peconic & the region offer: local seafood, steak, beer, vegetables, and wine. Enjoy!

Tips from locals

March 27, 2019
Head down to the Bell and Anchor for $1 oyster happy hour on Sundays from 5.30pm. The restaurant is the most wonderful seafood restaurant too for any other night.
July 7, 2018
Water front dining at its best and less than 1/2 mile from the property.
June 18, 2015
Excellent dining ,great bar ,oystersVery close to house
August 19, 2015
Amazing dining on the water. Great atmosphere and food!
January 31, 2020
For seafood lovers, within driving distance
June 11, 2019
Go for Sunset and enjoy the views, walking distance to the Cottage
Gregory And Cynthia Fredette
Gregory And Cynthia Fredette
July 15, 2018
Good stand-by year-round restaurant with emphasis on seafood.

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3253 Noyac Road
Sag Harbor, NY 11963
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens 5:30 PM
Credit cards
Yes (incl. American Express & MasterCard)
Outdoor seating
Brunch, dinner, dessert
Full bar, cocktails
Dining options
No delivery
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