East Patchogue is a census-designated place (CDP) in the Suffolk County town of Brookhaven, New York, United States. The population was 22,469 at the 2010 census. The CDP is a proximate representation of the East Patchogue hamlet used for statistical purposes of the Census Bureau.
Things to do in East Patchogue
4.5 based on 124 reviews
Authentic Irish pub atmosphere, but better food, LOL Great burgers, and classic pub grub. Warm, friendly atmosphere.
4.5 based on 126 reviews
We visited Chachama on a December Friday evening. The restaurant was crowded and we were thankful that friends had made a reservation.
We were seated quickly. Our waitress explained the specials before taking our drink orders. The menu was varied and the specials all sounded delicious, but ultimately I ordered steak off the menu
The bartender visited our table to confirm our drink orders and ask exactly which spirits we would like on our drinks - a nice touch. The drinks were expertly prepared and delicious.
The food matches the drinks - very tasty and expertly prepared. Everyone was happy with their selections. The service was also quite good.
We will be back if in the area.
5 based on 14 reviews
We visited SmallCakes after leaving dinner in Patchogue. We often walk past this establishment and decided that a little dessert was just what we needed. While the young lady behind the counter left something to be desired, the cupcakes were amazing! We ordered red velvet, chocolate peanut butter, and salted caramel among others. As a red velvet lover, I must say it was Devine! Super moist cake, creamy icing with just the right amount of sweet...definitely give them a try!
4.5 based on 16 reviews
This was our first time here and decided to try it based on the positive overall feedback we read. Very disappointing. We ordered beef sukiyaki and a bento box with chicken teriyaki and beef negimaki. We started the meal with miso soup and salad. Both were fine. I have had better miso soup, but this one was fair. Everything in the beef sukiyaki was tasteless except for the broth. The meat was tough, the vegetables were sparse except for cabbage, and I really would have liked at least ONE mushroom! The chicken teriyaki was tasty, but everything else in the bento box was way below average. The negimaki was tough and dry, overcooked. One was even burned. The shumai was also disappointing. They seemed reheated. No sauce with them, which probably would have helped. The california roll, I'm not really sure how you can mess these up but they did. It was rolled so poorly, with hardly any rice that they all fell apart. The positives: Nice atmosphere, pleasant and attentive wait staff, plenty of parking, and a nice blend of dishes offered on the menu. Unfortunately, the food disappointed us too much for us to want to return.
4.5 based on 47 reviews
I read other reviews on the South Ocean Grill, and decided to trust them with my wife's birthday dinner. They did not disappoint. Our cocktails, appetizer (fried lobster and crab ravioli) and main course was fantastic. They even made it more special by acknowledging her birthday. Our server was very nice and attentive. We will most definitely return. Keep in mind to make a reservation because it is a small but intimate dining area. It can get a little loud, but it's the good kind of noise, people enjoying themselves.
4 based on 230 reviews
We have had excellent service and meals here. Everyone is friendly and the bar and high top booths are separate from the formal dining room. There is outdoor seating. Appetizers are wonderful...all of them. Especially good are the buffalo hot wings. Tender and hot! Bar has several TVs. Dining room is more quiet with excellent food too.
4.5 based on 59 reviews
We found this restaurant on Trip Advisor and felt we should try it when going to the Paul Reiser fundraiser in Patchogue. The service was excellent and the food was delicious. We had hibachi style cuisine which was a mix of grilled chicken and veggies for my husband and grilled shrimp and veggies for myself. We had a starter or Tempura Shrimp which was delicious. The restaurant is lovely and there is an outdoor patio which was lovely. I would highly recommend this restaurant!
4 based on 107 reviews
With a modern artistic atmosphere, Toast Coffeehouse is a great place to meet with family and friends over a unique and delicious breakfast. Yummy!!!
Everything is truly tasty with so many good choices...and the variety of coffees will make you think before choosing. Even the coffee mugs and plates that your meals are served on are uniquely different.
Most staff appear to actually like working there and are quick to respond to customer requests.
Definitely a must visit BUT go early to avoid the lines.
4 based on 112 reviews
In the heart of downtown Patchogue, Bobbique serves diners from all over New York the best in Beer, Bourbon, Barbecue and Blue Entertainment. Few places can claim they truly encompass a unique culture of a community, and Bobbique's is one of those places. Here, we give you that down home feeling, of finger-licking good barbecue paired with only the most soulful Blues.
Came here with my son and daughter-n-law who really love this place. The food is very authentic cajun/ country. They serve gigantic portions and the prices are totally reasonable. Next time I go, I will not eat all day do that I' m really starving when I order. I wanted everything on the menu. There was even live entertainment.
4 based on 216 reviews
The service is good if a little rushed. Everyone who works there is friendly.
We had the calamari (greasy) and mussels (very good) for apps. We shared sangria (not as sweet as I like it but I def got a buzz)
For entrees I had the stuffed salmon. Generous portion and very good. My husband's sea bass, on the other hand, was tasteless.
The view is nice of the water although depending in where you sit the sun can be fierce
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