Dave's Grill Flamingo Rd, Montauk, NY11954 Located by the fishing docks on Montauk Harbor, Dave's Grill has been serving Montauk since 1988. The friendly,…More professional staff adds to the quaint and charming atmosphere of the restaurant. It is most known for its "Chocolate Bag," a sweet dessert of Belgian chocolate filled with scoops of vanilla ice cream and topped with whipped cream and raspberry sauce.
The Montauk Point Lighthouse was the first lighthouse in New York State. President George Washington commissioned the…More lighthouse in 1792 and construction was completed four years later. Whaling ships, steamers and submarines as well as fishing and sailing vessels have all passed the tower on Turtle Hill. The museum is located in the 1860 keeper's house and displays historical documents and photographs.
The Montauk Historical Society owns the Montauk Point Lighthouse, which is a national historic site, and continues to preserve it through contributions. The gift shop offers goods and keepsake items and also has items available for sale on their website. For more information and specific hours the lighthouse is open, visit them online.
Sea Wife IV Marina on the right side of FLAMINGO AVE, Montauk, NY11954 Sea Wife IV is a charter boat that sets sail in Montauk. This charter is captained by Tom Cusimano and his crew. This…More charter specializes in fishing and is Montauk's largest charterboat with a capacity of 1 to 20 passengers. This charter boat offers clients many amenities, including air conditioning, TV, VCR, microwave, electric head, freezer and a fresh water tank. Visit Sea Wife IV's website for website for more information on the charter boat and its amenities.
Pet Hampton & Aquarium 338 Montauk Hwy, Wainscott, NY11975 Walk into this pet haven and the store comes alive with chirping, cooing and barking. It stocks lots of tropical fish,…More birds, small animals and reptiles as well as fish food and dog leashes and accessories. Other pet services are also available.
Six-Six-Eight the Gigshack 782 Montauk Hwy, Montauk, NY11954 Family owned and operated, Six-Six-Eight the Gigshack was founded in 2005. Its tantalizing menu of "global surf cuisine"…More will keep your taste buds humming with signature dishes such as Moroccan-spiced lamb sliders served with tangy garlic aioli or more local cuisine such as fish tacos and pulled pork sandwiches. The menu also offers vegetarian options, and you can check it out online at www.668thegigshack.com. Live music on most nights completes the laid-back and charming atmosphere.
Shadmoor State Park is named for the abundant shadbush that grows there, though it is probably best known for the two…More concrete bunkers that remain there from World War II, when they were built to hold artillery guns and protect the East Coast.
With more than 2,400 feet of ocean beach, visitors can access Shadmoor State Park by two stairways or lookout over the bluffs. On the hiking trails, you'll also see black cherry trees and clusters of the federally endangered sand plain gerardia plant. The elevated platforms are great for birdwatching; there is a fresh water lake; and salt water fishing is allowed. Dogs are allowed, as long as they are on a leash no more than 6 feet long.
Rugosa 290 Montauk Hwy, East Hampton, NY11937 Verterans to the hospitality industry, husband and wife team, Bill and Yvette Mammes opened Rugosa a few years…More back. With Yvette in the front of the house, the space has a real relaxed yet refined atmosphere. It's light and airy and simplistic. Bill, a Ritz-Carlton trained chef runs the back of the house offering modern American cuisine. Try the Duck Cannelloni or the local fish of the day.