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Oct Five After 5: Things to do on Long Island’s East End This Weekend

1. The Ghost Ship: ‘El Galeón’
Start your weekend on a haunted ship. ‘El Galeón’, a visiting ship, will provide haunted tours on Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29 from 7 to 9 p.m. The ship is located at Mitchell Park Marina in Greenport. $20 for adults and $10 for children ages 5 to 10. For more information or to purchase tickets in advance visit fundacionnaovictoria.org.

2. First Date at North Fork Community Theatre
Take a first date or make it a date night to the show “First Date”. Only three more chances to see this hilarious show about your first date with someone from the past or “the one” that you made last. There’s an 8pm show tonight and Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 230pm. Tickets are $25. North Fork Community Theatre, 631-298-6328, Old Sound Avenue in Mattituck.

3. Halloween Fest in Riverhead
The first Halloween Fest is taking place in Downtown Riverhead on Saturday from 2pm-8pm. There will be trick-or-treating for the kids from 2pm-5pm with the parade kicking off at 630pm. All of the fun is sure to work up an appetite so stop by Bistro 72 for dinner. For all of the Festival details, visit halloweenfestriverhead.com.

4. Main Road Biscuit Company – Homemade Biscuits & Marmalade
Before your day of haunts and horrors begins, start off with fresh biscuits and marmalade in Jamesport. The new storefront is located at 1601 Main Road is open for a a soft-launch but will officially open on November 10th. For more information mainroadbiscuitco.com.

5. Long Island Restaurant Week Begins
Long Island Restaurant Week kicks-off on Sunday, October 30th – Sunday, November 6th.
Enjoy the best of the East End with seven days of exquisite food. Stop by Bistro 72 for a special prix fixe menu highlighting some of the new Fall menu’s offerings. To view the menu click here. For reservations call 631-369-3325.