They’ve conquered the North Shore and now they have their sights set on taking over the South Shore. Del Fuego, with successful locations in St. James on the North Shore and Babylon on the South Shore, has expanded their horizons to Patchogue at their new location on busy W. Main Street.
The Oar Seafood Grille has been a Patchogue favorite for (almost) the last 30 years. Waterfront on the Patchogue River and with outdoor dining, all one has to do is enter the restaurant and look up at the ceiling to know that they are about to encounter some wonderful seafood. Oars and paddles line the restaurant and make you just want to jump into a boat and start paddling.
Back in Patchogue’s heyday, Patchogue was known as the Queen City. It was a popular destination for shops, restaurants and hotels alike. Keeping that moniker alive today is Queen City Cupcakes, pulling double duty as a store for home-wares and a bakery with exquisite desserts. We stopped inside to snap some photos to let our readers see some of their wonderful wares and sweet offerings.
Refined, tasteful, contemporary. These are words that may be used to describe a vineyard or a winery tasting room. But a beer tasting room? Not so much. That all changed last Friday when Hoptron Brewtique threw open its doors on West Main Street in Patchogue. Beer lovers of Long Island – you’ve just been served.
Patchogue, located on Suffolk County’s south shore holds a great mix of culinary delights. Walking, you’ll find a great selection of restaurants on Main Street and by car, you can navigate to some of the wonderful waterfront restaurants in the area. We’ve compiled what we think is a perfect culinary day in Patchogue; with lunch, dinner and drinks all accounted for.
Just because the winter weather is arriving doesn’t mean that you have to leave that summertime feeling behind. Harbor Crab Co. in Patchogue is a waterfront restaurant / bar that strives to keep that season going all year long; and from what we’ve experienced, they’re succeeding.