Navy Beach will reopen for its 14th season on Saturday, April 29th at 12 p.m. Located on a 200-foot stretch of private beach on the idyllic Fort Pond Bay, Navy Beach offers beachfront outdoor dining as well as indoor dining. For the 2023 season reservations for dining will be 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 running weekends from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.
Navy Beach will roll out some new menu items this season including some vegetarian friendly dishes such as a cucumber salad and a Buddha bowl, as well as a new teriyaki salmon, long line swordfish and mushroom pappardelle. The beverage menu will add some new wine selections, some spirit free cocktails and beers and new canned vodka seltzers with real fruit juice.
Navy Beach will continue to support the Navy SEAL Foundation with its 11th 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 $180,000 for the Navy SEAL Foundation. In addition, the restaurant’s local East Hampton High School scholarship program continues for a third year which will award four $500 scholarships to 2023 graduates who reside in Montauk.
Navy Beach will be open on weekends through mid-May aside from special events. The restaurant will be open seven days starting June 16th. Visit www.navybeach.com to view the compete calendar for private event closing dates.