1943 is located in the most charming little alcove in all of Greenport, situated among a couple of other restaurants with strings of lights criss-crossing from one to another and a generally festive air. The restaurant has indoor and outdoor space and even a table that permanently straddles the two areas. We could have benefitted from a heat lamp on a recent cool fall night, but otherwise enjoyed everything about the meal. The staff is very friendly and the manager is especially welcoming. We tried the special, a crisp, thin-crust brick oven creation with olives, cherry peppers and ricotta salata - delicious. A fall salad of kale, sliced apples, nuts and gorgonzola was also a winner. We had about a 30 minute wait for a table but enjoyed a drink at the outdoor bar of American Beech, just steps away. Fun evening.
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