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Raw bar, tacos, and reggae down on the docks? Yes please. This charter boat adjacent eatery has earned it's stripes and it's staying power in the ever changing Montauk scene. Balances decently good... read more
With 12 beers on tap (4 of which are served here exclusively) and three sizes for each one ranging from large to ridiculously large, means this place has more steins than lower Manhattan, because p... read more
What to say when new owners clean up a neighborhood dive, and the cleaner nicer place goes by the potentially offiensive moniker The Sloppy Tuna? Not much, really. It's a faux-dive beach bar, but t... read more
Another dive-y family motel has been reborn into a hipster haven in Montauk: This time it's the Second House Tavern, gloriously transformed into a boutique hotel, restaurant and club complex. In ad... read more
Out of the way and away from the scene, The Backyard has created one of its own. Restaurant and lounge behind Solé East offers some sort of alternate-reality boho-chic Montauk: A roadside in... read more
If Montauk had a Cheers it would be O'Murphy's (except Cliff would be a charter boat captain). Everybody knows owners Chet and Jan, who know everybody. Checked tablecloth (green, of course) tables ... read more
Just behind the dock, this dingy bar is in its ideal setting -- the clanging of the boatyard behind it and the salt air making its patrons feel at home. There is, of course, no door policy, but you... read more
Beloved Montauk classic born again following a major upgrade in service and amenities, as NYC hotelier Sean MacPherson is now running the show at the 18-unit (including two-bedroom cottage) hotel a... read more
Arrive early to find a seat and you just might find a companion. Cyril’s serves up satisfying seafood like Cajun calamari and reggae beats to put you in the mood. Depending on the luck of you... read more
Old school Montauk in its purest form. Formerly Fitzgerald's, now seen over by proprietor George Watson, Harbor-side fish shack does what you'd think it would: saloon-style drinking with shellfish,... read more
Duryea's has been in the seafood business since the 1920's, so they know a thing or two about gathering, preparing, and serving the bounty of the sea. Take a seat on the outdoor deck and lose yours... read more
The group behind Traffic Bar in NYC stakes out new territory in Montauk. Outdoor bar and wide open floor plan almost make up for the lack of an ocean view. Fairly standard pub food with a few nicel... read more
The vibe here is so cool you probably won't even break a sweat. The Surf Lodge is to the meatpacking district what this hip beach bar is to Williamsburg. Lifeguard tower seating, shark head festoon... read more
Get here early, maybe even straight from the beach (the brah-dudes and middle-age pervs at the bar won't mind) and settle in for the sinking sun. The out of the way location perched on Fort Pond Ba... read more
Once you've set the bar by having a Nobu outpost residing in your h...
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