Beth's Fish Market Parlato Pl, Westhampton Beach, NY11978 Beth's Fish Market is a locally owned and operated fish and seafood market. The owners have a great relationship with…More all the local fishermen, and their focus is on getting the freshest catch of the day. It offers full fish, filets and steaks, shellfish, and preparations for the seafood, as well as recipe suggestions. Beth's is proud to offer only New York–caught seafood.
TR Restaurant and Bar 78 Foster Ave, Hampton Bays, NY11946 TR Restaurant and Bar is a seafood restaurant for patrons throughout the Suffolk County area. Various entrees available…More feature fresh fish and seafood caught by local fishermen, including lobsters, prawns and soft shell crabs. Duck and tuna sashimi are also offered on the menu. The restaurant also has two slips available for docking, and there is direct access to Shinnecock Bay.
Shinnecock Commercial Dock Marina 333 Beach Rd, Hampton Bays, NY11946 This commercial fishing dock has one of the largest fishing fleets in the state. Run by the Town of Southampton Parks…More & Recreation Department, Shinnecock Commercial Dock is a marina that offers mooring to local commercial fishermen. There is also a recyclable incinerator on site that is used to generate electricity.
New York Seafood Council 23 Bay Ave W, Hampton Bays, NY11946 The Hampton Bays-based New York Seafood Council, started as a non-profit in 1991, provides information on health,…More consumer concerns, availability, and harvesting of seafood. Membership includes 200 individuals and businesses involved in the harvesting, processing and distribution of seafood. Many of the local seafood markets and commercial fishermen are members of the Council. The Council's website offers ample details on the group's mission and members.
Suffolk County's Smith Point beach, which overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, sits at the end of William Floyd…More Parkway in Shirley, NY.
Managed by the Suffolk County Parks Department, the beach features a pedestrian access tunnel to the beach;public bathrooms; a concession stand, known as the Beach Hut that services alcohol; live music during the week and weekends during the summer; and a children's playground.
It is also a Mecca for fishermen and surfers.
The park also has an outer beach area (permit required) for off-road vehicles, as well as a reservations-required campground with sites that all have electric hook-ups and water.
From the parking lot, there is also access to the eastern end of the Fire Island National seashore, known as the Ottis Pike Island High Dune Wilderness Center. There is also a clothing-optional beach area about a mile past a winding board walk that leads to the beach.
Smith Point is also home to the TWA Flight 800 Memorial.