Welcome to Noyack
Residents of Noyack, Sag Harbor’s quieter side, are happy to stay in their neighborhood when Main Street is teeming with visitors. And why wouldn’t they? Long Beach is not only a stunning expanse of bay beach ripe for shell collecting and boating? it’s also a gathering place for families. Because of the gentle grade of the beach, more children have learned to swim with their hands in the sand at Long Beach than perhaps anywhere else in the Hamptons. And the evening scene keeps it casual, catering to those who still have sand between their toes.
Things to Love About Noyack
- Long Beach
- Cromer's Market fried chicken
- Karaoke night at M.J. Dowling's
- Elizabeth A. Morton National Wildlife Refuge
Hefty sand bunkers jacket the par-72, 18-hole course at Noyac Golf Club. Golf course architect William Mitchell designed the course in 1963, and it has been a Sag Harbor asset ever since.
Rustic wine crates fill the window display at Noyac Liquors and hint at the large selection of wine available inside. Located across from Mill Creek on Noyac Road, this liquor store services the residents of Noyac and alleviates the need to drive to the Main Street Sag Harbor.
Locals satisfy their appetites by munching on focaccia sandwiches from Cappelletti Restaurant + Take Out in Noyac. Chef Luigi Tagliasacchi brought his skills from his family restaurant in East Hampton and coffee shop in Sag Harbor to this homestyle Italian restaurant in Noyac.