Dubbed a “perfect destination for summer dining” by The New York Times, Montauk’s favorite beachfront restaurant Navy Beach is a laid-back, family-friendly waterfront venue offering a memorable dining experience in a beach setting with casual coastal cuisine and breathtaking sunsets. Positioned on a 200-foot private beach, Newsday named it on of the top five water view dining spots on the East End. Boaters are welcome to anchor in the protected waters of Fort Pond Bay (41° 02′ 45.11″N, -71° 57′ 44.88″W), which was once occupied by the US Navy, and where two Navy piers are still part of the water landscape.
"Food was fine- we had the mussels,fried chicken and scallops- Service however was not- To be rushed to order everything at once then to have the entrees come out when the appetizer is not finished yet all while the restuarant has about 4 tables sat. I understand more of a push to rush when the place is packed but it wasnt....."
Dined on 04/27/2013
Special Features: vibrant bar scene, hot spot
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