The Old Harbor House 240 Fort Pond Rd, Montauk, NY11954 The Old Harbor House is a restaurant and bar on Fort Pond Road in Montauk. It is a short walk from the Montauk Train…More Station and quick drive from the downtown Montauk area. The restaurant seats more than 200 and has three bars, including one outdoors under an awning along with outdoor seating.
Kromer's Auto 199 Fort Pond Blvd, East Hampton, NY11937 Kromer's Auto is located on Fort Pond road in the Springs community. They've been in business for 15 years and at this…More location since 2000. They are a motor vehicle repair shop and emissions inspection station.
Jayne's Family Cuts 3 Fort Pond Blvd, East Hampton, NY11937 Jayne's Family Cuts is a home-based hair salon. Call for an appointment.
Hank Zebrowski Park (Lion's Field) S Erie Ave & Edgemere St, Montauk, NY11954 Lion's Field Recreational Facility is a playground, softball field and soccer field. There is also a nearby boat…More launching access to Fort Pond Bay.
Springs Fire Department 179 Fort Pond Blvd, East Hampton, NY11937 The Springs Fire Department is the newest fire department on the South Fork. It was formed in 1965 when a small group of…More men decided it was time that the Springs area of East Hampton have its own fire department, instead of being served by the East Hampton Fire Department. Helmets and gear were donated to the department, then the fire district purchased a piece of property on Fort Pond Boulevard to build a firehouse and an old pumper for just $1. In the 1970s, the department was opened to women and an ambulance company was added.
Wolfie's Tavern 15 Fort Pond Blvd, East Hampton, NY11937 Wolfies Tavern, located on Fort Pond Road in the Springs community, has for the first time opened a kitchen and added…More cozy booths to the establishment. It now offers a family-friendly atmosphere complete with a children's menu and tavern style meals. Don't worry, the bar is still open late, and you can still play a game of pool or crank the jukebox. Live bands also play on occasion, and you can play the NY lottery here too.
The Dunes 201 Fort Pond Blvd, East Hampton, NY11937 The Dunes is a rehab and recovery facility that offers a wide range of programs, specializing in addiction recovery…More care and support. Some services offered include physical evaluations, emotional education, therapy work, physiological evaluations and more. Check its website for details on treatment options or for information on the facility.
Seashore 186 Fort Pond Blvd, East Hampton, NY11937 Seashore provides lawn maintenance and landscaping design from start to finish. It can bring to life any idea you…More conceive. Seashore also provides sprinkler systems, masonry for waterfalls, steps, driveways and more. Please call for more information.
Duryea's Lobster Deck & Seafood Market Tuthill Rd, Montauk, NY11954 Duryea's is a wholesale seafood business, specializing in live Maine and Canadian lobster, fresh fish, Long Island hard…More clams and Maine shellfish. The lobster deck has been rated one of the top outdoor dining spots on eastern Long Island and overlooks Fort Pond Bay and Gardiners Bay. It serves fresh seafood dishes as well as hamburgers and hot dogs.
Richard Kalbacher Landscaping 41 Fort Pond Blvd, East Hampton, NY11937 Richard Kalbacher provides lawn maintenance and landscaping design from start to finish. It can construct any idea you…More conceive. Richard Kalbacher also provides sprinkler systems, masonry for waterfalls, steps, driveways and more. Please call for more information.
The WashOut 240 Fort Pond Rd, Montauk, NY11954 The WashOut is a restaurant that features three bars and a patio with outdoor seating. Known for its specialty…More frozen drinks and seafood, menu items include the Pesto and Mushroom Burgers, Shrimp Caeser Wrap, WashOut Wings, Oysters, Chicken Quesadilla, Gazpacho and the Pulled Pork Sandwich.
East by Northeast Restaurant 51 Edgemere St, Montauk, NY11954 East by Northeast Restaurant is an Asian Fusion Resturant overlooking Fort Pond. Romantic sunsets, comfortable…More seating, a fabulous view from the bar and every table. The atmosphere is elegant, the staff is pleasant and helpful, and the artistic presentation of the food is not to be missed.
Kirk Park is a scenic escape located at the western entrance to Montauk, next to the Second House Museum, between…More Montauk Highway and Fort Pond. In 1962, it was named for Major General Norman T. Kirk, who was a surgeon, fisherman and Montauk's doctor before his death in 1960.
The open grassy park has benches, cement picnic tables, a large turtle statue and some shrubs and holly trees. There are two paths: the Paumonok Trail around Fort Pond, and a short walk to a floating pavilion on the freshwater lake. The pavilion, added in 1968, is connected to the park with a short boardwalk. In winter months, skaters can lace up there.
The park has two entrances, one just few from Second House, and another a little further to the east. Though it is owned by East Hampton Town, the Montauk Village Association maintains the three acres.
Navy Beach 16 Navy Rd, Montauk, NY11954 Navy Beach is a beachfront restaurant and bar that serves fresh seafood in a laid back setting on 200 feet of private…More beach in Montauk. Located on Navy Road in the midst of Port Royal Condominiums, its location is where the United States Navy once was stationed. Boaters in Fort Pond Bay can anchor to dine. Wall to wall windows allow a view even from inside. Nautical blue top tables keep with the coastal theme, along with a 35-foot antique wooden bar.
The Edward Vincent Ecker, Sr. County Park Navy Road, Montauk, NY11954 The former hanger dock in Fort Pond Bay off Hither Woods was dedicated in memory of Edward V. Ecker, Sr., in 2003. He…More was recognized for his service as the East Hampton town supervisor, a 55-year member of the Montauk Fire Department, a charter member of the Montauk Ambulance Company and for his overall involvement in the Montauk community. It's a quiet place where you can walk your dog or fish from the long pier.
The Lido Resort 5 S Emery St, Montauk, NY11954 The Lido Resort is steps from restaurants and beaches in downtown Montauk. The hotel pool is across the street with…More views of Fort Pond. It is also located across the street from the Harvest restaurant. With efficiencies and studios, the resort offers air-conditioned rooms and barbecues for the guests to use. Pets are allowed on a case-by-case basis, so ask owner Patti O'Donnell when you make a reservation.