Montauk’s Navy Beach is located on a 200-foot private beach looking west over Fort Pond Bay and Gardiner’s Island, with breathtaking views over the water during the day, and spectacular sunsets at night. The restaurant’s prime location offers both interior dining in the nautically themed bar and dining room, as well as outside at picnic tables on the beach. The beachfront location welcomes safe boaters to anchor in the protected waters of Fort Pond Bay (41° 02′.7″N, 71° 57′.6″W), which was once occupied by the US Navy, and where two Navy piers are still part of the water landscape.
Montauk, New York, a hamlet at the east end of Long Island, is a popular getaway travel destination from New York City and the world. Montauk is located on the Atlantic Ocean and Block Island Sound and is known for beautiful beaches, like Ditch Plains; oceanfront places to stay; things to do for kids; fishing; surfing; paddling; seafood restaurants; nature trails; events; music and art festivals; and weddings. Montauk Point State Park is home to the national landmark, the historic Montauk Point Lighthouse.