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Guidebook for Patchogue and eastern Long Island

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Guidebook for Patchogue and eastern Long Island

Arts & Culture
Features legendary performers and shows in a beautifully restored 1200 seat theater.
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Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts
71 East Main Street
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Features legendary performers and shows in a beautifully restored 1200 seat theater.
Unique small movie theater featuring award winning eclectic films.
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The Plaza Cinema & Media Arts Center
20 Terry Street
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Unique small movie theater featuring award winning eclectic films.
Large movie complex with all the lastest issued movies, comfortable seats and various restaurants inside as well as off the parking fields.
Island 16 Cinema de Lux
185 Morris Avenue
Large movie complex with all the lastest issued movies, comfortable seats and various restaurants inside as well as off the parking fields.
Nice refurbished theater with dining tables near the stage and a nice selection of top performers.
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Suffolk Theater
118 East Main Street
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Nice refurbished theater with dining tables near the stage and a nice selection of top performers.
Food Scene
The only fine dining available anywhere with a view of the ocean in all of Fire Island and featuring the fine art photography of your host......highly recommended.
Casino Cafe - west side, Casino Bar & Grill - east side
1 Trustees Walk
The only fine dining available anywhere with a view of the ocean in all of Fire Island and featuring the fine art photography of your host......highly recommended.
Excellent sushi
Hoshi Hibachi & Sushi
35 W Main St
Excellent sushi
This nautical-themed, riverfront grill turns out steak & seafood with dockside seating & live bands.
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The Oar Steak & Seafood Grille
264 West Ave
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This nautical-themed, riverfront grill turns out steak & seafood with dockside seating & live bands.
Good food located in beautiful, quaint village of Bellport just 3 miles away. The building is an old colonial house.
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Avino's Italian Table
108 South Country Road
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Good food located in beautiful, quaint village of Bellport just 3 miles away. The building is an old colonial house.
Cute place in downtown Bellport next to the Fire house. The owner is the chef who serves out some great dishes.
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The Bellport
159 South Country Road
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Cute place in downtown Bellport next to the Fire house. The owner is the chef who serves out some great dishes.
This is Titus and Mary Elizabeth's favorite place to eat in the Hamptons. It's about a 35 minute drive. Serves fresh seafood that they also sell right there in a casual atmosphere with very friendly prices.
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Out of the Blue Seafood
252 East Montauk Highway
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This is Titus and Mary Elizabeth's favorite place to eat in the Hamptons. It's about a 35 minute drive. Serves fresh seafood that they also sell right there in a casual atmosphere with very friendly prices.
Very close and on a country club golf course that I grew up next to. Nice casual affair.
Peter's on the Green
40 S Country Rd
Very close and on a country club golf course that I grew up next to. Nice casual affair.
Nice casual atmosphere with good food. Recommended by our guests.
South Ocean Grill
567 S Ocean Ave
Nice casual atmosphere with good food. Recommended by our guests.
Nice restaurant and bar in the former Bellport Hotel....this place is very popular.
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PORTERS on the lane
19 Bellport Lane
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Nice restaurant and bar in the former Bellport Hotel....this place is very popular.
The local restaurant and bar within walking distance of Shores Retreat. Live music most nights. The South Country Tavern will be serving delicious American bar food & drinks at affordable prices.
SCTavern
The local restaurant and bar within walking distance of Shores Retreat. Live music most nights. The South Country Tavern will be serving delicious American bar food & drinks at affordable prices.
Sports bar with perhaps the best Waygu beef hamburger available anywhere.
Arooga's
1 W Main St
Sports bar with perhaps the best Waygu beef hamburger available anywhere.
Best brick oven pizza in town.
Locale
15 W Main St
Best brick oven pizza in town.
Nice atmosphere but noisy. Nice Irish dishes.
James Joyce
49 S Ocean Ave
Nice atmosphere but noisy. Nice Irish dishes.
Newly open. Beautiful space with live music most nights.
The Cuban
95 W Main St
Newly open. Beautiful space with live music most nights.
Nice little Irish bar and restaurant with great lunch specials.
Fulton's Gate Irish Pub
124 E Main St
Nice little Irish bar and restaurant with great lunch specials.
Take a 15 minute drive to Sayville to visit this Cajun restaurant with great food and beautiful artwork on the walls by your very own host!
Blackbirds' Grille
553 Old Montauk Highway
Take a 15 minute drive to Sayville to visit this Cajun restaurant with great food and beautiful artwork on the walls by your very own host!
Everything Else
Fire Island is one of the most beautiful barrier beaches in the world!
Patchogue Ferry Terminal
150 West Avenue
Fire Island is one of the most beautiful barrier beaches in the world!
Victory Avenue, Brookhaven Park Office: (631) 854-1414 Hiking, camping, picnicking, freshwater fishing, rowboat rentals, canoeing, hunting, the Long Island Live Steamers and bridle paths. Directions: From Sunrise Highway, take exit 58 north. As you enter William Floyd Parkway, prepare to turn west onto Victory Avenue. Follow signs to main entrance to park. The Carmans River flows through this scenic, pine-oak forested park. Southaven is a popular picnicking site, containing group areas capable of accommodating up to 1,000 people. Southaven's 1,356 acres also offer a bicycle hostel. Boating and freshwater fishing are permitted. Camping is also available, with sites for tents and trailers. Low cost.
Southaven County Park
175 Gerard Road
Victory Avenue, Brookhaven Park Office: (631) 854-1414 Hiking, camping, picnicking, freshwater fishing, rowboat rentals, canoeing, hunting, the Long Island Live Steamers and bridle paths. Directions: From Sunrise Highway, take exit 58 north. As you enter William Floyd Parkway, prepare to turn west onto Victory Avenue. Follow signs to main entrance to park. The Carmans River flows through this scenic, pine-oak forested park. Southaven is a popular picnicking site, containing group areas capable of accommodating up to 1,000 people. Southaven's 1,356 acres also offer a bicycle hostel. Boating and freshwater fishing are permitted. Camping is also available, with sites for tents and trailers. Low cost.
One of many fine vineyards on the North fork of Long Island. Takes about 30 minutes to reach the first one. Map available here: http://www.northcork.org/map-of-long-island-wineries.pdf
Palmer Vineyards
5120 Sound Ave
One of many fine vineyards on the North fork of Long Island. Takes about 30 minutes to reach the first one. Map available here: http://www.northcork.org/map-of-long-island-wineries.pdf
Sightseeing
A more family oriented beach community with 200 boat marina and the Casino Cafe.
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Davis Park Ferry Co
80 Brightwood Street
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A more family oriented beach community with 200 boat marina and the Casino Cafe.
Bayard Cutting Arboretum was donated to the Long Island State Park Region by Mrs. William Bayard Cutting and her daughter, Mrs. Olivia James, in memory of her husband, William Bayard Cutting. The intent of the donation was “to provide an oasis of beauty and quiet for the pleasure, rest and refreshment of those who delight in outdoor beauty; and to bring about a greater appreciation and understanding of the value and importance of informal planting.” Only 10 miles away. Low cost
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Bayard Cutting Arboretum
440 Montauk Highway
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Bayard Cutting Arboretum was donated to the Long Island State Park Region by Mrs. William Bayard Cutting and her daughter, Mrs. Olivia James, in memory of her husband, William Bayard Cutting. The intent of the donation was “to provide an oasis of beauty and quiet for the pleasure, rest and refreshment of those who delight in outdoor beauty; and to bring about a greater appreciation and understanding of the value and importance of informal planting.” Only 10 miles away. Low cost
Connetquot River State Park Preserve maintains 3,473 acres of land and water for the protection and propagation of game birds, fish and animals. Deer and waterfowl are numerous, rare nesting birds, including the osprey, are present and there are numerous rare plants, and other interesting flora, such as trailing arbutus and pink lady's slipper in their natural habitats. The preserve also has 50 miles of hiking, horseback riding, cross-country ski and nature trails, as well as fishing (by permit only) on the Connetquot River. Low cost.
Connetquot River State Park Preserve
3525 Sunrise Highway
Connetquot River State Park Preserve maintains 3,473 acres of land and water for the protection and propagation of game birds, fish and animals. Deer and waterfowl are numerous, rare nesting birds, including the osprey, are present and there are numerous rare plants, and other interesting flora, such as trailing arbutus and pink lady's slipper in their natural habitats. The preserve also has 50 miles of hiking, horseback riding, cross-country ski and nature trails, as well as fishing (by permit only) on the Connetquot River. Low cost.
About the Refuge Wetlands at the refuge The Long Island National Wildlife Refuge Complex consists of seven national wildlife refuges, two refuge sub-units and one wildlife management area. Collectively, the ten units are approximately 6,500 acres in size. Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge is home to the refuge complex headquarters and visitor center. This 2,550 acre refuge on the south shore of Long Island is bisected by the Carmans River; a New York state designated scenic river and one of the largest on the island. Wertheim hosts a variety of habitats including oak-pine woodlands, grasslands and fresh, brackish and salt water wetlands. These habitats attract and support many types of wildlife including white-tailed deer, osprey, muskrat, fox, turtles, frogs and fish. The refuge also serves as a haven for waterfowl, shorebirds, raptors and songbirds. Low cost.
Wertheim Wildlife
360 Smith Road
About the Refuge Wetlands at the refuge The Long Island National Wildlife Refuge Complex consists of seven national wildlife refuges, two refuge sub-units and one wildlife management area. Collectively, the ten units are approximately 6,500 acres in size. Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge is home to the refuge complex headquarters and visitor center. This 2,550 acre refuge on the south shore of Long Island is bisected by the Carmans River; a New York state designated scenic river and one of the largest on the island. Wertheim hosts a variety of habitats including oak-pine woodlands, grasslands and fresh, brackish and salt water wetlands. These habitats attract and support many types of wildlife including white-tailed deer, osprey, muskrat, fox, turtles, frogs and fish. The refuge also serves as a haven for waterfowl, shorebirds, raptors and songbirds. Low cost.
A Sense of Place Two hundred and fifty years of history are preserved at the William Floyd Estate. The Old Mastic House contains a variety of architectural features and artifacts from three centuries of American life, the story of the family and their use and enjoyment of this place. The Estate, which was authorized as an addition to Fire Island National Seashore in 1965, is located on the mainland of Long Island in Mastic Beach, New York. The estate contains the ancestral house, grounds, and cemetery of the William Floyd family. William Floyd, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, was born in the house in 1734. In 1976, the Floyd family donated the contents of the house to the National Park Service. Between 1718 and 1976, eight generations of Floyds managed the property and adapted it to their changing needs. The family used the house and property in different ways over the years. In colonial times, the Floyds ran a huge plantation; later, the family turned to business and politics, and the lands were used for outdoor recreational pursuits like hunting and fishing. The 25-room "Old Mastic House," the twelve outbuildings, the family cemetery and the 613 acres of forest, fields, marsh and trails all graphically illuminate the layers of history. Low cost.
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William Floyd Estate
245 Park Dr
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A Sense of Place Two hundred and fifty years of history are preserved at the William Floyd Estate. The Old Mastic House contains a variety of architectural features and artifacts from three centuries of American life, the story of the family and their use and enjoyment of this place. The Estate, which was authorized as an addition to Fire Island National Seashore in 1965, is located on the mainland of Long Island in Mastic Beach, New York. The estate contains the ancestral house, grounds, and cemetery of the William Floyd family. William Floyd, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, was born in the house in 1734. In 1976, the Floyd family donated the contents of the house to the National Park Service. Between 1718 and 1976, eight generations of Floyds managed the property and adapted it to their changing needs. The family used the house and property in different ways over the years. In colonial times, the Floyds ran a huge plantation; later, the family turned to business and politics, and the lands were used for outdoor recreational pursuits like hunting and fishing. The 25-room "Old Mastic House," the twelve outbuildings, the family cemetery and the 613 acres of forest, fields, marsh and trails all graphically illuminate the layers of history. Low cost.
Experience the Exhibits, Programs and Events Illustrating Long Island's Maritime History The Long Island Maritime Museum was founded in 1966 and is located on the historic West Sayville waterfront. The museum grounds, once part of the Meadow Edge estate of Mr. and Mrs. Anson Hard, is now comprised of fourteen acres and nine historic buildings. Charged with the mission of preserving Long Island’s maritime history and heritage for educational purposes, the Museum has been welcoming visitors from all over the world for over 40 years. Inside one of the National Historic Landmarks, the Rudolph Oyster House, visitors can take a look at the industry and the families who made it work, as well as what happened to it and the aquaculture in the Great South Bay today. Long Island Maritime Museum and Suffolk County ParksIn the days of dead reckoning and no electronic aids for navigation, it is a small wonder that ships, sometimes having been at sea for more than a year, often ended up aground on the island’s barrier beaches. The exhibits show how weather, chance, and human error conspired to make the waters around Long Island a “valley of ship wrecks”. Come for a sail aboard the restored 1888 Oyster Sloop Priscilla, a National Historic Landmark. For reservations please call 631 - HISTORY (447-8679) www.SailPriscilla.org Low cost.
Long Island Maritime Museum
86 West Ave
Experience the Exhibits, Programs and Events Illustrating Long Island's Maritime History The Long Island Maritime Museum was founded in 1966 and is located on the historic West Sayville waterfront. The museum grounds, once part of the Meadow Edge estate of Mr. and Mrs. Anson Hard, is now comprised of fourteen acres and nine historic buildings. Charged with the mission of preserving Long Island’s maritime history and heritage for educational purposes, the Museum has been welcoming visitors from all over the world for over 40 years. Inside one of the National Historic Landmarks, the Rudolph Oyster House, visitors can take a look at the industry and the families who made it work, as well as what happened to it and the aquaculture in the Great South Bay today. Long Island Maritime Museum and Suffolk County ParksIn the days of dead reckoning and no electronic aids for navigation, it is a small wonder that ships, sometimes having been at sea for more than a year, often ended up aground on the island’s barrier beaches. The exhibits show how weather, chance, and human error conspired to make the waters around Long Island a “valley of ship wrecks”. Come for a sail aboard the restored 1888 Oyster Sloop Priscilla, a National Historic Landmark. For reservations please call 631 - HISTORY (447-8679) www.SailPriscilla.org Low cost.
History of the Game Farm Founded In 1970, Flourishing Today The Long Island Game Farm was founded in 1970 by Stanley and Diane Novak and is located on 25 acres of land off exit 70 on the Long Island Expressway in Manorville, New York. Featuring hundreds of animals, the Wildlife Park has grown over the years and has served as a frequent destination for school children that have grown up on Long Island. Each year, thousands of guests visit the park. Today, the Game Farm is operated by three generations of Novak’s, Co-Owners Diane and her daughter Melinda, along with granddaughter Chela. Low cost
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Long Island Game Farm Wildlife Park & Children's Zoo
489 Chapman Blvd
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History of the Game Farm Founded In 1970, Flourishing Today The Long Island Game Farm was founded in 1970 by Stanley and Diane Novak and is located on 25 acres of land off exit 70 on the Long Island Expressway in Manorville, New York. Featuring hundreds of animals, the Wildlife Park has grown over the years and has served as a frequent destination for school children that have grown up on Long Island. Each year, thousands of guests visit the park. Today, the Game Farm is operated by three generations of Novak’s, Co-Owners Diane and her daughter Melinda, along with granddaughter Chela. Low cost
Fire Island, Shirley (631) 852-1313 Hours: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM (Saturday - Wednesday) 8:30 AM - 8:30 PM (Thursday - Friday) Smith Point - the county's largest oceanfront park - offers swimming, scuba diving, surfing, saltwater fishing, camping, outer beach access, food concession, playground, showers, & special events in season. Directions: Take William Floyd Parkway (Long Island Expressway, exit 68 south) to it southern terminus at Fire Island. Smith Point, on the Fire Island barrier beach, is a haven for sportsmen, surfers and beach lovers. An extremely popular facility, the park's white sands, rolling Atlantic surf and adjoining camping facility attract Suffolk County residents and tourists each summer season. Reservations are required for all the sites in the campground. All sites have water, and many have electric hookups and sewers. Outer beach camping is available on first come, first served basis, beach conditions permitting. A nationally recognized team of lifeguards makes Smith Point its home base, providing ocean visitors with an extra-special safety feature. Off-road vehicles, with permit only, may drive on the western portion of the outer beach. All beach-goers are advised to respect the marked, protective fencing around the nest sites of endangered shorebirds inhabiting the ocean and bay beaches. The Smith Point Beach Hut (www.thebeachhuts.com) features a diverse menu and seafood specialties. Special events are scheduled throughout the summer months at Smith Point County Park.
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Smith Point Park
1 William Floyd Parkway
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Fire Island, Shirley (631) 852-1313 Hours: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM (Saturday - Wednesday) 8:30 AM - 8:30 PM (Thursday - Friday) Smith Point - the county's largest oceanfront park - offers swimming, scuba diving, surfing, saltwater fishing, camping, outer beach access, food concession, playground, showers, & special events in season. Directions: Take William Floyd Parkway (Long Island Expressway, exit 68 south) to it southern terminus at Fire Island. Smith Point, on the Fire Island barrier beach, is a haven for sportsmen, surfers and beach lovers. An extremely popular facility, the park's white sands, rolling Atlantic surf and adjoining camping facility attract Suffolk County residents and tourists each summer season. Reservations are required for all the sites in the campground. All sites have water, and many have electric hookups and sewers. Outer beach camping is available on first come, first served basis, beach conditions permitting. A nationally recognized team of lifeguards makes Smith Point its home base, providing ocean visitors with an extra-special safety feature. Off-road vehicles, with permit only, may drive on the western portion of the outer beach. All beach-goers are advised to respect the marked, protective fencing around the nest sites of endangered shorebirds inhabiting the ocean and bay beaches. The Smith Point Beach Hut (www.thebeachhuts.com) features a diverse menu and seafood specialties. Special events are scheduled throughout the summer months at Smith Point County Park.
Longwood Estate Corner of Smith Road and Longwood Road Click here for our calendar of events Ridge, NY 11961 631-924-1820 Longwood Estate History: Listed on the National Register of historic places, the Longwood Estate clearly is a Town of Brookhaven treasure. This land was the domain of the pre-eminent Smith family until 1968. In 1974, with development nipping at its flanks, the property was acquired by the town. Geographically, the estate consisted of farmland, pasture, woods, river fronts, ponds, and the long swamp itself, headwaters of the Peconic River. Tenant farmers worked the land and timber was the most valuable commodity. The estate was in a remote area with approx 7,000 acres running from the Connecticut River (now known as Carman's River) east of Manorville, and south along South Country Road. The property was handed down through the generations and in 1817 William Syndey Smith became the proprietor. William Smith married Eleanor Jones from Cold Spring Harbor and raised 10 children on the estate with the now enlarged home to accommodate them. Longwood estate became a profitable business in livestock, and wood cutting where a wood mill in Yaphank was instrumental in the development of the Long Island Railroad. William served as Brookhaven Supervisor from 1829 till 1834, was Suffolk County Treasurer, and a New York State Legislator. William passed away in 1879 at the age of 83 and Eleanor in 1884 at 79 years old. Their grandchildren took to the caretaking and preservation of the estate. William Sidney Tangier and Helen Tangier Smith willed the estate to Elbert Clayton Smith and it was Bert who donated 51 acres to the Longwood School District and the Greenbelt land to Suffolk County. Upon his death in 1968, his widow sold the estate to Levitt real estate developers. The contents of the home were auctioned off. Then in 1973, developer Wilbur Breslin and Herbert Carmel purchased the property for commercial and industrial development. Brookhaven Town officials and area residents strongly opposed the plan and in 1974, Breslin and Carmel donated the manor house and 35 acres of land to the Town of Brookhaven. During its two hundred year history, the house knew fallow periods-and a notable 60 year Golden Age of love, family, and bustling activity. The estate now is the host to various activities for the residents to enjoy. Low cost
Smith Estate Park
Longwood Estate Corner of Smith Road and Longwood Road Click here for our calendar of events Ridge, NY 11961 631-924-1820 Longwood Estate History: Listed on the National Register of historic places, the Longwood Estate clearly is a Town of Brookhaven treasure. This land was the domain of the pre-eminent Smith family until 1968. In 1974, with development nipping at its flanks, the property was acquired by the town. Geographically, the estate consisted of farmland, pasture, woods, river fronts, ponds, and the long swamp itself, headwaters of the Peconic River. Tenant farmers worked the land and timber was the most valuable commodity. The estate was in a remote area with approx 7,000 acres running from the Connecticut River (now known as Carman's River) east of Manorville, and south along South Country Road. The property was handed down through the generations and in 1817 William Syndey Smith became the proprietor. William Smith married Eleanor Jones from Cold Spring Harbor and raised 10 children on the estate with the now enlarged home to accommodate them. Longwood estate became a profitable business in livestock, and wood cutting where a wood mill in Yaphank was instrumental in the development of the Long Island Railroad. William served as Brookhaven Supervisor from 1829 till 1834, was Suffolk County Treasurer, and a New York State Legislator. William passed away in 1879 at the age of 83 and Eleanor in 1884 at 79 years old. Their grandchildren took to the caretaking and preservation of the estate. William Sidney Tangier and Helen Tangier Smith willed the estate to Elbert Clayton Smith and it was Bert who donated 51 acres to the Longwood School District and the Greenbelt land to Suffolk County. Upon his death in 1968, his widow sold the estate to Levitt real estate developers. The contents of the home were auctioned off. Then in 1973, developer Wilbur Breslin and Herbert Carmel purchased the property for commercial and industrial development. Brookhaven Town officials and area residents strongly opposed the plan and in 1974, Breslin and Carmel donated the manor house and 35 acres of land to the Town of Brookhaven. During its two hundred year history, the house knew fallow periods-and a notable 60 year Golden Age of love, family, and bustling activity. The estate now is the host to various activities for the residents to enjoy. Low cost
This is just one great spot to visit on Fire Island. Accessible by car to the Robert Moses State Park. The walk to the lighthouse is about 10 minutes. You can also visit Fire Island by taking a ferry from Patchogue, a ten minute drive from Shores Retreat. Enjoy one of the best beaches in the world, a stretch of white sand beach 32 miles long where you can walk for miles on the Fire Island wilderness and have the beach to yourself.
Fire Island Light House Preserve
4640 Captree Island
This is just one great spot to visit on Fire Island. Accessible by car to the Robert Moses State Park. The walk to the lighthouse is about 10 minutes. You can also visit Fire Island by taking a ferry from Patchogue, a ten minute drive from Shores Retreat. Enjoy one of the best beaches in the world, a stretch of white sand beach 32 miles long where you can walk for miles on the Fire Island wilderness and have the beach to yourself.
Drinks & Nightlife
Patchogue has it in spades!
One of many craft breweries on Long Island and perhaps the best. Owned by Anheuser Busch. The tasting room is currently closed but soon to open at the new location on west main street. Sample some of the best beers anywhere for free! Live music during tasting hours. Fill up growlers and enjoy a pint at a good price compared to bars on Main Street Patchogue. Very popular.
Blue Point Brewing Company
161 River Avenue
One of many craft breweries on Long Island and perhaps the best. Owned by Anheuser Busch. The tasting room is currently closed but soon to open at the new location on west main street. Sample some of the best beers anywhere for free! Live music during tasting hours. Fill up growlers and enjoy a pint at a good price compared to bars on Main Street Patchogue. Very popular.
Nice new microbrewery just off main street. Much less busy than Blue Point Brewery. Worth checking out for beer aficionados.
Patchogue Beer Project
76 W Main St
Nice new microbrewery just off main street. Much less busy than Blue Point Brewery. Worth checking out for beer aficionados.
I go here often for the great blues music and good selection of microbrews and barbecue dishes.
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Bobbique
70 West Main Street
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I go here often for the great blues music and good selection of microbrews and barbecue dishes.
Popular place for younger crowd. Has good beer, food and reasonable prices.
The Tap Room
114 W Main St
Popular place for younger crowd. Has good beer, food and reasonable prices.
Nice small brewery only 10 minutes from Patchogue.
1940's Brewing Company
1337 Lincoln Ave
Nice small brewery only 10 minutes from Patchogue.
Great transformation of industrial space into a charming brew pub.
SquareHead Brewing Company
405 High St
Great transformation of industrial space into a charming brew pub.
Shopping
Shopping and eating to your hearts content.
Smith Haven Mall
313 Smith Haven Mall
Shopping and eating to your hearts content.
If shopping is you thing, this is a good place to go.
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Tanger Outlets Riverhead
1770 Tanger Mall Drive
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If shopping is you thing, this is a good place to go.
Parks & Nature
Climb the cliffs or the lighthouse at this beautiful spot at the tip of Long Island. About a 1.5 hour scenic drive.
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Montauk Lighthouse Museum
2000 New York 27
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Climb the cliffs or the lighthouse at this beautiful spot at the tip of Long Island. About a 1.5 hour scenic drive.
Beautiful view of Carmans River. Be prepared to walk a lot.
Wertheim Wildlife
360 Smith Road
Beautiful view of Carmans River. Be prepared to walk a lot.