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Captain Bill's Restaurant

122 Ocean Ave
Bay Shore, NY 11706

Phone: 631-665-6262
 

Treat those you love to casual, yet elegant waterfront dining on the Great South Bay at Captain Bill's, where you can savor the spectacular sunset over the water while enjoying a fresh daily selection of clams, oysters and fresh local fish along with live Maine lobsters from our lobster tank, We also specialize in premium aged steaks and prime rib, prepared just the way you like it.

If you are looking for a lighter bite, join us in our bar where we offer a menu featuring baby lamb chops, shrimp quesadillas and the best burger in town. Wind down the work week on Friday evenings with a complimentary buffet between 4 and 7 with discounted house drinks, domestic beer and wine.

Every Sunday, Captain Bill's presents one of Long Island's premier brunch buffets. Featuring unlimited Bloody Marys, Mimosas and Champagne as well as an extensive buffet. Bring your friends and family for a wonderful Sunday Brunch dining by the harbor.

Looking for a room to hold your next birthday party, anniversary, engagement, rehearsal dinner, communion, christening or fundraiser? Whether you are entertaining 30 guests or 250 guests, Captain Bill's has a beautiful waterfront room to suit your needs. From small intimate occasions in our restaurant to small and medium parties in our Waterview and Harborview rooms to larger parties in our Bayview House, we will ensure that your event is unique and memorable.

Captain Bill's is open seven days a week, year round. For more information, visit our website at www.captainbills.com

Cuisine

  • •  Catering

  • •  Seafood

Season/Occasion

    Spring,Summer,Winter

Features

    Family Friendly, Late Dining Restaurants, Private Room Available, Waterfront / Waterview, Sunday Brunch Restaurants, Romantic Dining Restaurants, Take Out, Bar / Lounge

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