A taste journey that takes you to the iconic Napeague stretch, that narrow strip of sand dunes connecting Montauk with the rest of Long Island.
Restaurants to suit every budget and taste serve a varied cuisine from fast food to healthy food, and from Italian to innovative seafood restaurants.
Head to one of the Harbor’s lively restaurants for some of the freshest seafood on the planet (or non-seafood items, always on the menu).
FORT POND AND fort pond bay
Some of Montauk’s most beautiful scenery resides in this part of town. And the restaurants take advantage of this beauty, along with serving wonderful traditional and innovative cuisine.
Once Long Island’s largest fresh water lake, Lake Montauk now flows into Montauk Harbor. Boats bring fresh catch right to the docks of these restaurants.
OLD MONTAUK HIGHWAY
Rolling hills rimmed by miles of ocean beach, this part of Montauk known as Hither Hills and Hither Woods has spectacular ocean views, several hotels, motels and restaurants.