The former Galley Ho bar and restaurant was a much-loved watering hole for locals and visitors to the North Fork alike. The building dates back to the 1800’s and has been relocated to it’s present spot in 1963. Overlooking the marina with its boat slips, the restaurant is easily accessible by boat.
Our wish is to sustain this historic restaurant and create a business to be enjoyed by all. The Case family is descended from one of the original families that settled in the area since the 1640’s. My father, his father, and many generations before, were born and raised here in Cutchogue. My childhood summers were spent here and the memories of boating, swimming, and clamming, with cousins; picking berries with my Grandmother and my love of the North Fork harkens back to those days. My hope is to honor their memory in sharing with you, a family favorite recipe or two and for you to leave here with a fond memory of time well spent with your family and friends here at Case’s Place. Enjoy your meal!
Ken and Maryann Birmingham with Case’s Place chef, Richard Knecht
(Photo Credit: Monique Singh-Roy)