Inspired by old-school charm and endless water views, our Montauket design combines the block-lettering found on the bar‰۪s hand-carved roadside sign, with a sunset over Fort Pond Bay.
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?
If you’re already singing along, you know you’re going to click on More, (below).
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