The Point Bar and Grill - Reviews

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Easthampton Patch on April 24, 2016 at 3:27 AM said:

The Point Bar and Grill is a sports bar and restaurant located in the village of Montauk. Founded in 2000 it has become a hot spot for sports fans who can catch all the Mets and Yankees games here as well as Sunday football and Monday night football.


The Point also offers the NFL Sunday ticket and has become Montauk's home for bachelorette parties. Its menu consists of mainly pub-style food like steaks, burgers or fish and chips, but it also offers a lot of Montauk's local cuisine like fish taco's, scallops, mussels and catch of the day.
The Montauk Sun on April 24, 2016 at 3:23 AM said:

Early Sunday evening the late sunset started to pop through the clouds so we decided to stay in Montauk a while longer. We found ourselves at The Point in the center of Montauk. Known for its energetic bar scene on the weekends, and very popular with the locals, we quickly learned it’s a great place to eat during the day. We were warmly greeted by Glen and seated in the dinning room. The dining area was laid-back and appealingly pleasant. We thought we might have hit this place on a slow Sunday evening, however, we suddenly noticed the wait staff constantly pulling together large tables to accommodate groups of families and friends. Our pleasant waitress, Heather, quickly took our drink order and recommended the East End Punch. If it weren’t for the drive ahead, I would have had several of these well-made drinks!


The menu consisted of a variety of items for every appetite and was full of traditional dishes such as baked clams, fried calamari, and shrimp cocktail, to Philly Cheese steaks, Burgers, sandwiches, and entrees such as Shrimp Alfredo, Fish N Chips and NY Strip Steak. We finally decided to sample the steamed mussels and seared tuna, which came with a fabulous tangy soy dipping sauce. After the last remaining mussel, I eagerly tore the crust off the edge of my garlic bread and used it to soak up the remaining broth.

After appetizers, we awaited our main courses, the Fish N Chips and Flounder. We enjoyed three huge plump Halibut filets with a nicely golden, perfectly crispy coating, and generous cut fries and Tartar sauce. The flounder was light and flaky and served on a toasted bun also with fries. We thought we had no room for dessert, but soon found we couldn’t resist the Chocolate Volcano, which consisted of a dark chocolate fudge brownie; rich velvety fudge in the middle and two scoops of vanilla ice cream. This was a delicious ending to our delightful meal. If you’re in town, stop in, have a bite to eat, a drink, watch the game, and say hello to Glen, Randy and crew.

-Jennifer Mocbeichel, Montauk Sun

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NFL Sunday Ticket every Fall **ALL GAMES EVERY SUNDAY!!**
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The Point Bar and Grill

697 Montauk Highway
Montauk, NY 11954
(631) 668-1500

Business Hours

SundaySaturday: 12pm4am

The Point Bar and Grill

Available for

Private Parties and Events