Remsenburg offers a quaint commercial corridor concentrated along the Montauk Highway, which separates it from the neighboring hamlet of Speonk to the North. Highlights here include Brewology 295
, a gastropub with more than 30 small-batch craft beers on tap. Mary’s Pizza
serves great pizza along with pasta and other authentic Italian eats and elevated American-style comfort classics. The lively patio at Mary’s is also a great place to while away the evening with dinner and drinks. Bagels N Brunch
is the go-to spot for breakfast and lunch options, including highly-rated shrimp and lobster salads and egg sandwiches.
June’s Peg Larkins Memorial 5K Run and Walk
is a popular annual event that gives residents a fun way to take in the beautiful scenery of their community. Remsenburg is close to many of Hampton’s best beaches along Dune Road’s white-sand barrier island to the South. Cupsogue Beach County Park
is a great option for those loving to camp and is easy access from homes in Remsenburg. Summer nightlife is common at Cusogue offering live music. It is one of the Hamptons’ most popular beaches for sunbathing and swimming in its lifeguard-protected Atlantic Ocean waters. Other water-based activities available nearby include snorkeling, scuba diving, surfing, paddle boarding, sailing, and fishing.
Remsenburg operates its own Remsenburg-Speonk Union Free School District together with the neighboring hamlet of Speonk. Local public schools include Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School for grades K-6.