Seafood Restaurants in Hampton Bays

Dinner for Two or Four at The Oar Steak & Seafood Grill (Up to 50% Off)

The Oar Steak & Seafood Grill


Whet appetites with classic starters such as clams casino or oysters on the half shell, then try flat-iron steak or a grilled-lobster club

$50 $29

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Surf 'n' Turf at Front Street Station (Up to 60% Off). Four Options Available.

Front Street Station


Stuffed shrimp scampi, lobster, filet mignon, bone-in ribeye, gourmet burgers, broiled stuffed flounder, and shrimp and scallop provencale

$50 $20

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Lobster Rolls and Sodas for Two or Four at Lobster Post (Up to 31% Off)

Lobster Post


Eatery serves seafood dishes including Maine lobster rolls, fish and chips, whole-belly clams, and mussels in with house-made sauces

$39.90 $28

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$27 for $50 Worth of Upscale Seafood for Parties of Two or More at Go Fish

Go Fish


Shoreline restaurant features an innovative seafood menu complemented by a raw bar, a sushi bar, a wine bar, and a coffee bar

$50 $27

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Admission for One or Two to the Halloween Costume Party at Acacia on October 31 (Up to 51% Off)



At the all-you-can-drink Halloween party, attendees dressed in costumes nibble on an assortment of hors d’oeuvres and sip cocktails

$90 $49

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New American Cuisine at Juniper's Restaurant (Up to 60% Off). Three Options Available.

Juniper's Restaurant


Restaurant with live music dishes out penne ala vodka, barbecue pork ribs, fried seafood platters, Angus burgers, and fresh crab salads

$45 $20

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With its starched white linen tablecloths and exposed wooden ceiling beams, The Coast Grill’s dining room echoes the sails and ship hulls dotting the harbor just outside. The Coast Grill pays further tribute to its waterfront locale with Chef Brian Cheewing’s menu of seafood and local produce, which has earned praise from Dan’s Hamptons and Newsday. Chef Cheewing adorns succulent cuts of seafood and free-range meats with Italian-inspired flourishes such as Tuscan kale, basil-infused olive oil, and polenta. Dining companions can devour dishes tableside or at the sunlit bar where porthole windows furnish views of passing sailboats and hopelessly lost Spanish frigates.

1109 Noyack Rd

The towering windows that line the walls of Senix Creek Inn provide breathtaking views of the Senix Marina waterfront?but the scenery isn't the main attraction. The casual restaurant's seafood-centric menu blends global culinary influences: staples such as clam chowder, stuffed fish, and lump crab cakes are served alongside more exotic dishes such as kung-pao-style calamari. Marinated steaks and hearty pastas round out the offerings. To complete the restaurant's seaside aesthetic, the dining room features soft lighting, rustic bare-wood floors, and exposed rafters.

50 Senix Ave
Center Moriches,

As a man who grew up on the river, the grandson of a boat builder, Dick Blakeslee knows all about the sea and its creatures. Blakeslee even owned a former ship store on the river, the Sun DEK Marina, but his dream was always to own a restaurant, so he turned that store into a snack bar, and from there, it continued to grow. Now it's a full-service gourmet steak and seafood restaurant with a full raw bar overflowing with clams, oysters, and shrimp and seafood entrees including broiled salmon and fish tacos.

Situated right on the water, The Oar offers views of boats bobbing, whether you’re seated on the outdoor patio or in the nautical-themed dining room. Its wood paneling, sailboat art, and crisp white linens evoke the decor of a luxury yacht. Even during the wintertime, the riverside eatery brings cheer with views of the annual Christmas boat parade—a heartwarming display of twinkling lights and Santa riding up and down the river at the top of a water-ski pyramid. The tradition, which brings thousands to the river every year, was actually something dreamt up at The Oar 10 years ago.

264 West Ave.

Located next to the bobbing boats of a marina, Kingston's Clam Bar serves up fresh air alongside its fresh seafood. Red umbrellas shade a row of tables outside along the pier, and French doors admit sea breezes into the dining room. There, servers crisscross the red brick floor with morsels on casual, plastic plates, such as a lobster roll stuffed with lemon-mayo dressing and tender chilled meat.

130 Atlantic Avenue
West Sayville,

Frying, slicing, and sautéing a bevy of authentic Italian favorites, pizzas, and seafood, Nick's Pizza and Clam Bar sates stomachs with savory sandwiches and platefuls of pasta. Prime palates with fried clam baskets ($8.95) and jumbo homemade crab cakes ($10.95), then pick from linguine, penne, or bow-tie noodles to pair with the seafood marinara awash with shrimp, calamari, scallops, mussels, and clams ($19.95). Divers in search of deep-blue edibles will delight over a two-pound lobster dinner, which partners freshly boiled pinchers with drawn butter and corn on the cob (market price).

243 N Country Rd

Elm City Seafood & Grill Restaurant is known for fried seafood with a light, crisp coating. Diners can dig into platters of fried bone-in whiting, seasoned shrimp, and other seaside favorites, or take them in boxes to go. The eatery’s cooks also prepare lobster rolls, charbroiled burgers, and hot dogs.

157 Hamilton St
New Haven,