Stumbled on this restaurant today and am so glad I did! My mother and I had a lovely lunch... they seated us even though they were about to close the kitchen! With friendly staff and a pleasant ambiance, this place is a gem.
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Had the Sunday supper prix fixe deal for under $30 per person and it was just great. The mussels starter were grilled and the best I have ever tasted. The portion was just HUGE! The salmon main was so large I couldn't finish it. It...More
Wild Honey is located in a building that used to be Teddy Roosevelt’s summer office while he was vacationing at nearby Sagamore Hill. The restaurant has a nice cozy feeling to it. It features a full bar. Located on the corner of Route 106 and...More
After visiting nearby Sagamore Hill we visited Wild Honey. It was a weekday so not very busy and we were seated immediately. The menu is varied with many salad and seafood items. We were all pleased overall and would definitely return!
We walked into this restaurant and after looking through the menu decided to try the food. Quickly seated by pleasant staff and sat savouring a glass of the house Chardonnay we selected the mussels and the calamari as starter dishes. Nicely presented and tasted just...More
We were trolling for dinner with an old friend and his new wife and saw this place when we were rolling through OB. It was a stunning evening so the outdoor area (basically tables on the sidewalk) looked very inviting. We ordered the pork tenderloin,...More
the food is delicious and extremely attractive plate. Very helpful pleasant staff, I go as often as I can
What a nice surprise Wild Honey was to find. We stopped for lunch while spending a day running errands in new neighborhoods. Looking around Oyster Bay, Wild Honey seemed to be on every list, and now we know why. There was a large party of...More
What a great cozy place this is. The minute you walk in you know this a special place, the brick walls the cozy bar (great bartender). The staff where super nice and very helpful. The owner came to the table and ask if everything was...More