Montauk Restaurants: Cafés
786 Montauk Highway
Montauk meets Australia at this newly opened coffee shop in the village, which also has an outpost at the Surf Lodge. Serving Aussie Style coffee, including their famous "Flat White" and other hot and cold coffee and non-coffee drinks, along with pastries, (some gluten free) and an Aussie cake called Lamingtons. The decor, light and bright with natural woods has the look of an Aussi Surf town, which is very similar if not the same as our Montauk surf town look. Also serving Van Leeuwen artisan ice cream, some vegan flavors. Opens at 7:30am. Closes Mon-Thurs at 4pm, Fri-Sun at 10pm.
The Clam Bar
An outdoor restaurant on the Napeague Stretch with the freshest seafood and a real Montauk vibe. Sit under an umbrella and soak in the atmosphere, listen to golden oldies, enjoy a bowl of clam chowder or dig into a fresh local lobster. There is no better place to eat fresh local steamers or fresh local clams, while letting the sand dry on your feet. Offering daily specials along with the menu options, from their location at the north side of the Napeague stretch. A great selection of fresh fish, and of course great raw clams. Open April to November.
Duryea’s Lobster Deck
Under new management this year, the renovations have kept the outdoor Duryea vibe while extending the menu options and updating the patio seating and the fish market. You will still find grilled or steamed lobster, fresh local fish and Duryea's famous lobster roll. The menu now includes a Clam Bake, small plates, salads, raw platters, more sides including market veggies, along with a kids menu. Now serving wine and beer. The view from the tables over Fort Pond Bay and Gardiner's Island is breathtaking.
Next to Gosman’s Restaurant, the Clam Bar offers affordable family fare, including fried seafood, grilled fish and lobster, combo plates, lobster specials, to eat on their outside patio under the umbrellas and overlooking the entrance to the Harbor, with incomparable views. You can even enjoy a coctail from the window at the Inlet Cafe. Open 11:30 to 9, daily in season. Lunch, Dinner
Head down to the east end of Main Street in the village to get fresh, made-to-order burritos, tacos, bowls and more! Known for their breakfast burrito, a 12" wrap with eggs,bacon, sausage and all the regular add-ins. Using all fresh ingredients with house made salsa's and guacamole. Lunch and dinner include cilantro-lime chicken, shredded pork, marinated steak as well as fish tacos and build-your-own nachos. Beer, wine and sangria can be enjoyed on the patio. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
38 South Etna Avenue
Located 2 blocks from the beach and in town, Hoodoos is THE spot for brunch and the ultimate sandwich. Dine in the garden with a mimosa, or take your lunch and some ice cold beers to the beach. Specializing in local and organic eggs, meat, and fish; Hoodoos is brought to you by the Naturally Good team!
Naturally Good Café
A very popular year-round restaurant in the village serving healthy organic food. Breakfast features organic breakfast tortillas, oatmeal, pancakes and more. Homemade bread accompanies the soups at lunch, and the tuna sandwiches are made with the real thing. Specials made daily include homemade soups and veggie burgers, veggie stir-frys, burritos, salad specials and a variety of wraps. This is also your source for organic groceries. A very delicious way to enjoy healthy eating.
54 South Erie Ave
Across from the tower by the playing fields, fresh and homemade is the key feature here. Everything from Italian specialties like focaccia sandwiches made on home made bread and served with their own balsamic vinaigrette dressing, salads, soups, pizza and even tiramisu is made from scratch. Pizzas made in brick-lined pizza ovens. Open seven days, in season. Take-out only, but tables are provided on the grass outside. Primavera will also cater your event. Lunch, Dinner