Whale's Tale, Northport: Reopened and weather-ready

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A scene from late summer, 2011, at Whale's

A scene from late summer, 2011, at Whale's Tale in Northport. (Sept. 13, 2011) Photo Credit: Danielle Finkelstein

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The Whale’s Tale, situated in Northport’s Brittania Marina, has opened for the season — and beyond. Owner Sosh Andriano said that a newly installed detachable glass enclosure keeps the chill winds away and may make it possible for the water-view place to stay open most of the year. The enclosure is stowed in summer, when plastic wind curtains are used on rainy days. For very hot days, a new misting system is supposed to lower the outdoor temperature by about 10 degrees.

Currently, the place has a rotating collection of 12 craft beers, which, along with appetizers, go for half price on Thursday “tap and app” nights. Taco Tuesday features $2 tacos and, Andriano said, probably a long wait for a table.

For the list of weekly specials, go to whalestalenpt.com. 

The Whale’s Tale is at 81 Fort Salonga Rd., Northport, 631-651-8844.

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