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Below you will find links to information regarding

Concession hours, as well as Links to the location of

 an number of fine local area restaurants.

Concessions at Jones Beach
J&B Restaurant Partners
J&B Restaurant Partners, a Ronkonkoma-based company, operates all the State Concessions at Jones Beach and Robert Moses State Parks.  Concession hours can be found at this Link.
Fisherman's Catch Restaurant

The Fisherman's Catch  111 Bayside Drive Point Lookout NY 11569 - (516)670-9717

Overlooking Reynolds Channel, this Point Lookout seafood restaurants is known for both fresh fish (much of it from the restaurant's own fleet of fishing boats) and spectacular sunset vistas.

The menu covers both straighforward standards, such as steamers and baked clams, and more contemporary items, like coriander-crusted tuna sashimi. Those who aren't tempted by the Alaskan King crab legs or lobster tail oreganata can choose a meat or poultry entre, such as grilled pork loin medallions or chicken Valdostano.

In summer, drinks may be enjoyed on the veranda. There's no charge for the sunset.

The Buoy Bar
The Buoy Bar 72 Bayside Drive Point Lookout, NY 11569 -  (516)432-4665

Tue. - Thu.: 4 p.m. - 12 a.m.
Fri. - Sun.: 2 p.m. - 12 a.m.
Happy Hour
Tue. - Fri.: 4 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Buy 1 drink, get one free  

Ice cold beer & mixed/frozen drinks
Grilled Hotdogs, Hamburgers & Chicken Sandwiches on the weekend.
Point Lookout Clam Bar
Point Lookout Clam Bar 99 Bayside Drive Point Lookout, NY 11569 -  516-897-4024

If you’re looking for a good old-fashioned fish fry, drop in at the Point Lookout Clam Bar.

Located smack on the bay, this old-school seafood joint features an outdoor seating area and cold beer on tap.

Paddy McGees

Paddy Mc Gees: 516-431-8700
6 Waterview Rd, Island Park, NY 11558

PADDY McGEES says Irish Pub, but this six-year-old waterfront restaurant on Reynolds Channel in Island Park has been luring more than the burger and fries crowd with its tantalizing seafood specialties.