Cyril is the center of attention at his Napeague stretch-side bar so it seems only right that his name is spelled out in nautical flags as the centerpiece of the bar‰۪s longtime logo.
Simply put, miss this one and you can’t really say you’ve experienced Montauk.
Actually, you’ll be saying, “More, please,” once you hit this no-frills seafood joint.
There’s the coffee, the 6 a.m. opening (important if you fish/surf/sunrise-watch) and more.
Just what an outdoor, open-air clam shack should be. Really.
Look for tiki umbrellas and a colorful little shack fit for a beach in the Caribbean.
A can’t miss in the center of Main Street, an institution that defined the vibe of the town
Sure, food trucks are old hat now—but the Witch is a true original.
Chock full of the best of all local catches, from tilefish to tomatoes.
With 30+ years of experience and a beautiful boat, why fish anywhere else?
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Once a touch of Hawaii in Montauk, the Ronjo “tiki” still stands.
When what you want the most is a comfy room and the beach as your front