Shelter Island: Things to do, eat and see in the ‘un-Hamptons’

Not much changes on Shelter Island. In fact, the only stir over the past year was the opening of one hotel, one coffee shop, one restaurant and one boutique — all of which are under one roof, The Chequit’s.

Known as the “un-Hamptons,” Shelter Island boasts zero traffic lights, just two liquor stores and under 3,000 residents. Unlike nearby East End destinations like Montauk, the island is unapologetically and consciously in a state of repose.

On Shelter Island, plan to relax. Here’s how.