Rocky Point is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in Suffolk County, New York, on the North Shore, of Long Island. As of the 2010 United States Census, the CDP population was 14,014. Rocky Point is a community in the Town of Brookhaven.
Restaurants in Rocky Point
4.5 based on 483 reviews
Okay, I get it. If you want to get to CT from middle Long Island, then this is the way to go. The Orient Point Ferry takes you to New London, which is much further North and Bridgeport.
And I guess you could award it "Excellence" because it always stays on top of the water. But, the ferries are dated inside, uncomfortable seats, smelly rest rooms, VERY unhealthy food, liquor, wine and beer (not the best idea for people who are driving)and the worse part NO INTERNET. I mean, come on, how hard would it be to provide WiFi on these boats? So, Yeah, I will continue to use it because I have no choice. And perhaps the issues I described above will remain because the Steamboat Company knows there is no competition. So why bother?
3.5 based on 9 reviews
Beautiful land with great vinifera grapes. Relaxing and such comfort for wine tasting. Was driving to Montauk, and saw the sign "wine tasting every day", had to stop. The place was amazing so much grapes. The area for the tasting was totally comfortable and invited to stay. Had a couple of sparkling wine tasting, and bought some wine
4 based on 60 reviews
Beautiful beach with high cliff like dunes, and large rock formations. We were there on a windy choppy day in October to walk the shoreline. I am unsure how this beach is for swimming, but there seemed to be more sand than is normally found on the Sound side of Long Island.
5 based on 39 reviews
I have been to several national cemeteries and this one is great like so many others. It is very well taken care of and neat.
Notable graves include:
Lt. Michael P. Murphy, Navy SEAL (of 'Lone Survivor' fame).
WWII and Korean War fighter ace, Gabby Gabreski.
BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE NEARBY GRUMMAN MEMORIAL PARK
which has an A-6 Intruder and F-14 Tomcat on display in a nice little park environment.
4 based on 51 reviews
Cedar has always been my favorite north shore beach. It always feels like that even if it's crowded, like July 4th, there is still plenty of space on the beach. It's great for younger kids because there usually isn't a strong undertow. Most of the time everyone's polite, friendly, and neat.
4 based on 8 reviews
Massage Envy Spa Rocky Point offers a wide range of relaxation services at affordable rates. If you’re considering a facial or massage near Shoreham, Ridge, or the surrounding NY area, our Rocky Point spa is sure to exceed your needs.
the staff is super friendly and I have a standing appt with Anna - deep tissue massage exactly where I need it...come out feeling like a new person ...worth every peenyHi Regina, Thank you for the kind words about our business. We are really glad that you enjoy our services. Massage Envy Rocky Point
5 based on 230 reviews
Do you have what it takes to Escape the Room in 60 minutes?!
Our family of four just escaped the Hidden Temple Room! What a fantastic time we had. The room was challenging, but not impossible. Our GameMaster Brandon was helpful and enthusiastic. He really made our day special. Also, Zach was super friendly when booking. Can't wait to go back and try another room. Thanks guys!
4 based on 32 reviews
A great place to relax but you need to go early to secure a table or bring your own folding chair. Don't go for the food though, its very basic and slightly expensive. There is a fishing store attached for grab and go fishing things like bait.
4 based on 48 reviews
lewins farm has an amazing array of produce in their retail area as well as you pick seasons as well as a you cut christmas tree farm.the staff is super helpful and friendly.lewins donates thousands of pounds of food to neighbors in need very year.pass of the produce section in the supermarket and go to a real farm.lewins is only open seasonally memorial day to thanksgiving.pam the manager is a saint!
3 based on 4 reviews
My wife (her maiden name is Bartlett) and I visited this past summer and we found several interesting things here including a Longwood Memorial Honoring its Veterans from WW II, and also the Global War On Terror. Also there is a one room school house built in 1835. There was free easy parking and the 4.35 acre pond(Spring Lake) and vegetation were nice. There is a small playground and picnic area. This is for residents only but we were visiting and had no problem walking around and taking pictures. There were no facilities that we could see.
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