Frank Guido’s Port of Call is one of the region’s top dining destinations from spring through fall. The two-deck restaurant, with an expansive outdoor deck, is positioned along the shore of Catskill Creek and has become a magnet for patrons to watch the boaters by day and the stars by night. Each spring, Port of Call opens for the season, welcoming back diners anxious to shed winter cabin fever. As spring transitions to summer, the good times turn to great ones as milestones like birthdays and anniversaries are marked in nautical fashion, often with a buxom lobster on the table. We opened the Port in 2009 at the site of the former Mariner’s Point in Catskill. The restaurant not only offered unparalleled waterfront views but the Guido family’s signature seafood specialties served in portly portions. It didn’t take long for word to spread about Port of Call and the family behind it. Frank Guido, his son, Mark, cousin, Sal, and son-in-law, Carmine, are legendary in New York for their commitment to quality food and exceptional customer service. Our Catskill restaurant is locally famous for our weekly Lobster Bake, raw bar, craft cocktails and littleneck steamed clams. Couple that with our waterfront views, and you’ve got a premiere destination for boaters, visitors or locals craving the amazing.