Where to dock and dine in the Hamptons

Navy Beach is a boater’s paradise. (Credit: Navy Beach)

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When it comes to dock and dine, the South Fork has plenty of great options for hungry boaters.

Chart a course to these Hamptons restaurants with top-notch menus and boater-friendly service.

Cowfish, Hampton Bays

Cowfish has some of the best views in Hampton Bays. (Credit: Cowfish)

Cowfish makes it easy for boaters to get a bite. The Hampton Bays restaurant offers complimentary transient docking or guests can call in an order for dockside pick-up. With island vibes and panoramic views, the restaurant is a crowd pleaser boasting a diverse menu that includes everything froms seafood and sushi to burgers and steaks. It’s located on the Shinnecock Canal, which makes for convenient access by boat through the canal from the Peconic or through Shinnecock Inlet.

Cowfish is located at 258 East Montauk Hwy, Hampton Bays; cowfishhamptonbays.com

The Dock House, Sag Harbor

The view of the harbor from The Dock House in Sag Harbor. (Credit: The Dock House)

This traditional seaside lobster and clam shack is no frills, but packs in the flavor with its menu of clam chowder, fried seafood platters and lobster rolls. With tables and a long counter overlooking the harbor, space is limited, so you may opt to take your meal back to your boat or to the park across the street.

Dock House is located at 1 Long Wharf, Sag Harbor;dockhouseny.com

Dockers Waterside Marina, East Quogue

The sunsets at Dockers Waterside are unforgettable. (Credit: Dockers Waterside Marina & Restaurant)

Discover dockside dining with an upscale ambience at Dockers Waterside Marina. Located just beyond the oceanfront mansions lining Dune Road, Dockers offers kayak rentals at the marina in addition to slips. The seasonal restaurant serves fresh seafood, salads and steaks.

Dockers Waterside Marinais located at 94 Dune Road, East Quogue; dockerswaterside.com

Duryea’s Lobster Deck, Montauk

Duryea’s Lobster Deck has a fashion pop up this year in addition to its killer views. (Credit: Duryea’s Lobster Deck)

Duryea’s is one of Montauk’s most beloved destinations for spectacular sunsets and waterfront dining. Located off Fort Pond Bay, its dock is able to accommodate yachts up to 150 feet. Fresh seafood is a staple. New England clam chowder, lobster rolls and steamers are favorites, but there are plenty of non-seafood choices, too. New this season is a Marie Eiffel Fashion pop-up in their farmers market, adjacent to the restaurant.

Duryea’s is located at 65 Tuthill Rd, Montauk; duryealobsters.com

Moby’s at East Hampton Point

Moby’s is located on Three Mile Harbor. (Credit: Moby’s)

Offering coastal Italian cuisine, Moby’s at East Hampton Point is known for its sunsets and delicious eats. The property, accessible from Three Mile Harbor, is home to a marina and hotel, making it easy to tie up and stay awhile. The menu includes pizza, pasta and fresh seafood.

Moby’s is located at 295 Three Mile Harbor Hog Creek Road, East Hampton; mobysny.com

Navy Beach, Montauk

Navy Beach is a boaters paradise. (Credit: Navy Beach)

Positioned on 200 feet of private beach overlooking Fort Pond Bay, this laid-back, family-friendly eatery offers casual coastal cuisine. Navy Beach welcomes boaters to anchor in the waters that were once occupied by the U.S. Navy and where two Navy piers are still part of the seascape. Expect a menu of local clam and corn chowder, fresh seafood, buttermilk fried chicken, pastas, steaks and more.

Navy Beach is located at 16 Navy Road, Montauk; navybeach.com