Dune Road packed with waterfront restaurants, entertainment

After major flooding during Superstorm Sandy, destinations along Dune Road are back up and running for the summer.

Dune Road runs from East Quogue through the Hampton Bays and Westhampton Beach.

Dune Road runs from East Quogue through the Hampton Bays and Westhampton Beach. (7/10/13)

EAST QUOGUE - After major flooding during Superstorm Sandy, destinations along Dune Road are back up and running for the summer.

Dune Road is not just packed with beautiful beaches. There are several waterfront restaurants with amazing views to choose from, including Dockers Waterside in East Quogue. At Dockers, you can enjoy a seafood feast and live entertainment on the water.

If partying is more your style, head to Neptune Beach Club. The beach club opens at noon on the weekends and is always filled with the hottest music for a dance party all day long.

Or after you drive along Dune Road admiring the huge homes, why not stay overnight in the lap of luxury? Stay at Dune Deck Beach Resort in Westhampton Beach, which just celebrated its grand reopening this summer.

Dune Road runs from East Quogue through the Hampton Bays and Westhampton Beach.

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