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2 seafood spots, in Island Park and Sag Harbor, to try this weekend

Ennjoying a lobster feast at Jordan Lobster Farms

Ennjoying a lobster feast at Jordan Lobster Farms in Island Park. Photo Credit: Linda Rosier

FROM FOOD REPORTER ERICA MARCUS

Jordan Lobster Farms, founded in 1939, is one of New York’s largest lobster wholesalers, and there’s no better place on Long Island to take on a steamed crustacean, from 1½ pound striplings up to beasts worthy of Jules Verne. Jordan’s has a spacious patio overlooking the channel between Island Park and Long Beach, a comfortable dining room and a full-service seafood market if you’d like to put together a meal to go.

1 Pettit Place, Island Park, 516-889-3314, jordanlobsterfarms.com

FROM RESTAURANT CRITIC MELISSA MCCART

When I’m planning a visit to Sag Harbor, I love to arrive in time for an early lunch at The Dock House restaurant and seafood market. A cup of chowder to-go ($5.95) — laden with clams, celery, diced potatoes and a whisper of thyme — brings me joy as I savor it on a park bench, a seat that offers the best view in town.

1 Long Wharf, Sag Harbor, 631-725-7555, dockhouseny.com

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