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Gosman’s Dock offers a little bit of shopping and dining to a relaxing beach retreat. You can eat at Gosman’s restaurant or get a bite at their takeout area. There’s ice cream, a seafood market, touristy clothing shops, some trendy stores, and lots of fun...More
This is a family restaurant with water views, which serves delicious seafood and other fare. I ordered the 2 pound lobster, which was the best lobster I have had in years and my friend ordered the surf and turf. We liked in so much that...More
So, this is a spot you'll want to check out when you're in Montauk. Been there forever. At the head of the harbor. Watch the boats come in and go out into the Atlantic. Enjoy average food but above average sights if you sit on...More
As a former Long Islander every spring we would go out to Montauk for lunch and hit gossmans. Great food and great atmosphere. We would return in the summer but so would the crowds. It was always worth the wait.
We went there three times. It's a nice place to hang out after the busy day on the beach or the water. It offers places to eat (bar, sushi, seafood), two places to have ice cream and a bunch of gift stores. You may walk...More
Knowing that Montauk is famous for a wide array of seafood restaurants, I thought it was a safe bet to get fish & chips here, as it would be authentic and delicious. Boy was I wrong. I ordered fried Atlantic cod from Gosman's restaurant, which...More
Gosman's Dock in Montauk, NY was founded in 1943 by Robert and Mary Gosman. At the time, the Gosmans were fish packers and "fishdrummers" (agents for Fulton Market). The Gosmans family bought the properties in 1950 and... More
Gosman's Dock in Montauk, NY was founded in 1943 by Robert and Mary Gosman. At the time, the Gosmans were fish packers and "fishdrummers" (agents for Fulton Market). The Gosmans family bought the properties in 1950 and additional land in 1958. The restaurant started out as a chowder stand, specializing in lobster rolls. The wholesale lobster and fish business and the quality of the seafood encouraged the family (five sons and a daughter) to develop the Gosman's Restaurant and Clam Bar to what it is today. As the restaurant developed, clothing and gourmet food shops and tourist services were added.
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