Montauk restaurant Navy Beach is located on a 200-foot private beach overlooking Fort Pond Bay, with stunning water views and spectacular sunsets.
Enjoy dining indoors in the nautical-themed bar and dining room or opt for an outdoor experience at picnic tables on the beach, with stunning water views. Boaters can safely anchor in the protected waters of Fort Pond Bay (41° 02.7″N, 71° 57.6″W), historically occupied by the US Navy, featuring two Navy piers that remain integral to the water landscape.
Montauk restaurant Navy Beach has evolved into a sought-after yachting destination in Montauk’s Fort Pond Bay. Private yachts and charters frequently anchor in the bay, indulging in lunch, dinner, or drinks.
In the high season (late June through Labor Day) our complimentary yacht launch service is available for guests arriving by boat, weather permitting. Please phone us the day of your visit to confirm availability.
Navy Beach is a boater friendly restaurant with Fort Pond Bay offering safe anchorage.
BY RESERVATION ONLY: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Navy Beach will only be open to guests with confirmed reservations. Be sure to call in advance so secure your reservation. To-Go Food + Delivery Orders will also be available to boats in Fort Pond Bay beginning in July.
Please anchor directly in front of the restaurant and boat safely by approaching and departing at a slow no wake speed. As Fort Pond Bay is ideal for water sports and swimming-please approach with care and caution.
In the high season our BRIG Torpedo launch service is available for guests arriving by boat weekends, weather permitting. Please call the restaurant in advance in order to confirm launch service availability.
Navy Beach is located at 16 Navy Road in Montauk, New York ( 41° 02′.7N, 71° 57.6W ) and our NOS station is Montauk 8510560.
Always Boat Safely & Responsibly! Visit the US Coast Guard’s Site for useful information and resources.
NOAA Updated Information Links:
Navy Beach is located at 16 Navy Road in Montauk, New York, 11954
We have posted white arrows on telephone polls along the way to help you find your way!
Please be aware that Navy Beach is only open to customers with confirmed reservations due to the limited capacity constraints and regulations due to COVID-19.
From Points West:
Take the Long Island Expressway (I-495) to Exit 70 (towards Manorville). Take 111 South to Route 27. Follow Route 27 East to Montauk. Before you reach the town of Montauk, make a left onto Second House Road. Follow the road .9 miles. As the road turns hard right around the pond, bear or make a sharp left onto Shore Road (an industrial area.) Follow the road past the large green building on the right side, straight over the train tracks and make a right onto Navy Road. Continue straight into the Port Royal Private Community (over several sets of speed bumps) and you will see Navy Beach on your left.
From the Harbor:
Head southwest on Westlake Drive / Flamingo Avenue. Continue on Flamingo Ave./County Rd. 95 for about 2 miles. After you pass the Montauk Train Station on your right, make a right at Industrial Road. Follow Industrial Road for .7 miles (just past Riverhead Building Supply) and make a right onto Shore Rd. Follow the road past the large green building on the right side, straight over the train tracks and make a right onto Navy Road. Continue (driving slowly please) straight into the Port Royal Private Community (over several sets of speed bumps) and you will see the restaurant (the only white building) on your left. Parking is available in our parking lots as well as by complimentary valet on busier nights.
- MoKo Taxi – (631) 668-7070
- Montauk’s Best Taxi – (631) 668-8444
- Pink Tuna Taxi – (631) 668-3838
- Lindy’s Taxi – (631) 668-4747
- Surf Taxi – (631) 668-1111
- Montauk Taxi – (631) 668-2468
For car and passenger service, take the Cross Sound Ferry from New London to Orient Point; travel West on Route 25 to the Greenport Ferry to the Shelter Island Ferry. Proceed on Route 114 South to 27 East to Montauk.
In season, local passenger service is available from Block Island and sometimes New London on the Viking Lines.