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The village of Patchogue is booming with a flurry of new up and coming restaurants, shops, and lively events that have both visitors and locals flocking to the recently revitalized town. Spend the ultimate day exploring Main Street in this walkable downtown.
Take the Long Island Railroad from Penn Station to Patchogue Station on the Montauk Branch.
Innovative breakfast eatery with an artistic vibe. Order a mimosa or flavored cafe latte or cappuccino. They even have a new vegan menu!
Take part in sunset paddling or sunset yoga. Offering a variety of experiences for beginners to experts.
Island inspired cuisine and rum bar. Rhum is the first tri-leveled space in the area to include a roof-top terrace. The roof-top includes swing and lounge seating.
The outdoor beer garden features picnic tables and lawn games like cornhole and Jumbo Jenga. The patio is pet friendly!
A nonprofit venue offering dance, music and theater. The historic Patchogue Theatre venue that originally opened as Ward & Glynne’s Theater in 1923. The Theatre now haws Broadway caliber amenities.
Real pit Southern barbecue, pick your favorite meat and two sides. The five step process delivers the best authentic meats.
The BrickHouse Brewery building is the oldest commercial building in Patchogue. The tap room serves a wide variety of brews.