Navy Beach Reopens For The 2024 Season, James Lane Post

Navy Beach welcomes its 15th season on Friday, April 26. The beachfront restaurant on a 200-foot stretch of private beach on the idyllic Fort Pond Bay offers beachfront outdoor and indoor dining.

For the 2024 season, reservations for dining are available via Resy or by calling the restaurant directly up to two weeks in advance. Walk-ins are also welcome for both lunch and dinner. Yachting clientele will be happy to hear that the beachfront restaurant’s popular “Torpedo” service will be back this season, offering a launch that runs weekends from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.

Navy Beach will roll out some new menu items this season, including steak tartare, shrimp ceviche, lobster hand rolls, moules-frites, and tuna crudo nicoise. Also, look for more vegetarian-friendly and health-conscious options this season, such as chopped Asian chicken salad, ratatouille pasta, roasted Moroccan carrots, and grilled broccoli. They will also bring back the popular Buddha bowl and the grilled artichoke.

On the beverage front, look for new options in the NA category, including Hop Water, a Hoppy Seltzer with adaptogens and nootropics, and the return of the NA versions of the Painkiller and Ginger Thomas. Navy Beach’s popular Sunset margarita, made with fresh watermelon juice and green chile liqueur, will be back, while new cocktails to the lineup will include a rum old fashioned and a reposado Pamplemousse margarita.

Entertainment is back at Navy Beach this season, with a regular lineup of DJs on Fridays throughout July and August, including DJ CK Beats and Spin Diesel. Look for live local music on Saturdays, such as Rum Punch Mafia and Lina Maxine.

Navy Beach will continue to support the Navy SEAL Foundation with its 12th annual dine + donate program from Memorial Day through Labor Day, with $1 added to each dining check. Guests will also be able to donate additional funds to the organization. Since beginning to fundraise for the organization in 2013, the restaurant has raised over $190,000 for the Navy SEAL Foundation. In addition, the restaurant’s local East Hampton High School scholarship program continues for a fourth year, which will award four $500 scholarships to 2024 graduates.

Aside from special events, Navy Beach will be open on weekends through mid-May. The restaurant will be open seven days starting June 14. Visit to view the complete calendar for private event closing dates.