By Deeqa Rafle
The Perfect destination for summer dining is what Navy Beach can be referred to as according to The New York Times. Located on two-hundred feet of pure, private beach, Navy Beach is great for outdoor and indoor dining for all hours. Navy Beach has a laid back atmosphere in which boaters are more than welcome to leave there watercrafts unattended, as it is protected by the Fort Pond Bay, and come on shore for a relaxed, coastal-themed dinner. With beach-inspired décor, enjoy your meal on white picnic tables on the sand, hang out in the white and blue striped furniture, or get that perfect tan you’ve been waiting for on their exclusive sun beds. While relaxing on this luxurious furniture, feel free to choose any of the classics off the never-ending menu such as: Navy burger with bacon, marmalade, onion, Cabot cheddar, house pickles and fries. You can also pick from Buttermilk fried chicken, with cheddar cornbread, house-made coleslaw and honey drizzle or light items like hearts of palm, tuna tataki salad with tatsoi, yuzu-soy vinaigrette or grilled shrimp with arugula, avocado, sweet corn and argrumato vinaigrette. To quench your thirst choose from an array of signature drinks such as: Captain Jack with rye whiskey, Aperol Spritz with Aperol, St.Germain lime and ginger beer, prosecco and fresh orange, and La Tigresa with vodka, agave syrup, basil and watermelon.
Effective July 2012, The Heron Yacht Charters is executively re-launching its limited private charters in Montauk for the summer. The Charters are currently being occupied in the Caribbean for the winter months, so promptly upon their arrival back to the USA; these charters will be ready to board in Montauk. Cameron and Shannon, the boat’s captains, allow these boats to be available for three to ten hour charters as well as for the night stays of up to and including one week and for up to four passengers. Amongst all the possibilities of where exactly to set-sail to, the most popular charters is a 5-hour sail where the boat sails around the famous Montauk Lighthouse, which sails around the bays and fastens up for a private beach to enjoy and swim in. This specific charter ends by sailing into Fort Pond Bay at dinner time to drop off its passengers to enjoy a fantastic dinner and cocktail at Navy Beach.
Navy Beach is a relaxed, kid-friendly, family-friendly, water-sport friendly atmosphere offering only the most outstanding dining occurrence for the whole family in a cool beach setting. The chefs and staff in the kitchen ensure to deliver the highest quality of fish on the menu while emphasizing and maintaining local seafood and seasonal produce. Navy beach has also been named one of the top five water-view dining locations on the East Coast and is open for lunch and dinner only in season.
Navy Beach is very accessible as well, by car is it can be reached by the Long Island Expressway. If travelling from the Harbor, head southwest on Westlake Drive and continue on Flamingo Avenue for approximately two miles. It’s also accessible by such bus routes as Hampton Jitney or Hampton Luxury Liner. By train you must take the LIRR or by Ferry one can take the Cross Sound Ferry.
As you can see, Navy Beach is accessible, affordable and in high demand for the summer season. If you’re looking to unwind, and finally get that relaxation that you or your family is in need of, take a closer look into Navy Beach since it is sure to please!
16 Navy Road Montauk, NY 11954