Saturday, August 6, 2016

Point Lookout NY Restaurant: The Buoy Bar

The Buoy Bar in Point Lookout, NY
Welcome to The Buoy Bar! We have been located in beautiful Point Lookout, NY since 1999 and every season gets more and more exciting.

All of our seats overlook picturesque Reynolds Channel. The Buoy Bar is a great place, to relax and unwind, with your feet in the sand. Our casual menu features dishes ranging from lobster sliders and coconut shrimp, to a crisp ceasar salad and buffalo wings. The Buoy Bar has an adjoining children’s beach which provides summertime fun to keep children occupied while dining.  

The Buoy Bar is a great place to grab a bite to eat and hang out on a lazy afternoon with spectacular views.

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Sunday, July 31, 2016

Doxsee's Baked Clams Return to Heneghan's Tavern in Point Lookout NY

JA Heneghan's and the Point Lookout Historical Society present a very special night at the pub Tuesday, August 2, 2016. Shana will be hosting Point Lookout themed trivia in the dining room and we will be serving the Original Doxsee's Stuffed Baked Clams. For every drink and clam sold, $1 will be donated to the Point Lookout Historical Society.

Think you know your town well? Trivia starts at 7pm and there's a limit to 4 members per team. Call (516) 544-2777 today to reserve your team's table in the back!

the JA Heneghan's family

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

First National Bank of Long Island Fights Heart Disease

Join FNBLI Point Lookout's Rosemary Rott as guest bartender on July 14, 2014 at 6PM at
Mulcahy's 3232 Railroad Avenue in Wantagh, NY. Free Appetizers and Live Music.
Proceeds benefit the American Heart Association.

Friday, June 24, 2016

Long Island Waterfront Home for Sale in Point Lookout, NY

point lookout, ny
Long Island Waterfront Home for Sale in Point Lookout, NY

If the allure of sandy shores and the sound of gentle ocean breezes are your pleasure, Point Lookout, NY may be the backdrop for your dream home. Point Lookout, an idyllic South Shore beach front community where walking and bicycles are the favored mode of transportation, located a mere 45 minutes from New York City. One prime waterfront lot is available with a luxury home designed by an award winning architect and built by a celebrated Long Island contractor.

Contact Tom Hug at Hug Realty at (516) 431-8000

For more info: Long Island Waterfront Home

Sunday, January 17, 2016

Heneghan's Tavern Executive Chef to Appear on Beat Bobby Flay

Heneghans Tavern
Nicole Roarke: Executive Chef of Heneghan's Tavern in
Point Lookout, NY Appearing on The Food Network
Thursday, February 18th at 10pm ET/PT
Episode: “A Feather in your Cap”
Food Network vets Sunny Anderson and Alex Guarnaschelli ruffle some feathers in this epic culinary battle. Fashionista turned chef, Mohan Ismail brings his Singaporean flare against one of Long Island’s All Star chefs, Nicole Roarke.
Judges: Wylie Dufresne, Ed Schoenfeld, Frank Pellegrino Jr.
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Friday, January 1, 2016

Point Lookout Chamber of Commerce Announcing Release of 2016 Business Guide

Point Lookout Chamber of Commerce

January 1, 2016 – – The Point Lookout NY Chamber of Commerce continues to make innovation its theme in 2016. “We are aware that in order to help our members flourish we must be thoughtful with our initiatives, says Chamber President, Richard Zampella.”

In 2012, the organization first launched its first online presence with the Point Lookout Chamber of Commerce website. The site enhances local business exposure in order support the local Point Lookout, NY economy.

This week, the Point Lookout NY Chamber announces the release of the 2016 Point Lookout, NY business guide. The Business Directory has a circulation of 1,500 copies and will be distributed across the South Shore of Long Island. Copies will be placed in each PO Box in Point Lookout in late Jan/Early February.

The Chamber’s Board of Directors voted to create the Directory in-house and to use a local vendor, which allowed for a substantial increase in circulation and a significant decrease in expense for the Directory’s advertisers. The directory will be distributed to the surrounding communities via direct mail.

“Listing in the printed Directory is an effectual tool for promoting our local businesses, and one that comes with nominal costs to members” added Zampella. “We want local consumers and businesses to shop with Chamber members first, and the directory and website will significantly help facilitate this objective.”

In addition, the Directory will release its 2016 Membership Directory as an animated online flip book as an part of the chamber website. The online flip book format increases viewership from the 1,500 printed books to potentially more than 40,000 users in the greater Point Lookout area.

The Point Lookout Chamber of Commerce has over 50 members and supports local businesses by ensuring a strong local economy, promoting the community, and providing networking opportunities. The Chamber organizes numerous community promotions, including sponsorship of the Point Lookout Little League, The Annual Pumpkin Walk, the Fourth of July Parade, The Village Gardeners,  and other programs to support the Point Lookout economy.