Bachelorette Week: How To Do A Montauk Beach Bar Crawl

For the last day of Beth’s bachelorette weekend, we wanted to get out and see the sun, sand and water in one of our favorite parts of the Hamptons, Montauk! To make the day extra special, I knew a beach bar crawl would be a great way to see all of Montauk’s best hot spots. And of course it wouldn’t be a bachelorette party without some fun goodies, so I came up with “Beth’s Nauti Bachelorette Party” as the theme for the day.

I ran with the nautical theme by making custom tank tops for all the girls {blush for the bride, navy for her friends}, and two of our girlfriends bought adorable “Mrs. B. Nauti” shatterproof cups for our cocktails. That morning, I set out the bar crawl cards, tanks, cups and striped straws to get the girls excited about our day. We packed some coolers with delicious spirits and hopped into a limo to safely bounce from bar to bar for one final celebration in honor of our bride-to-be!

Click “read more” for a list of our favorite beach bars.

1. Navy Beach
Navy Beach was our first and favorite spot on the Montauk beach bar crawl. This amazing beachfront restaurant was very accommodating for our party of 17 girls. We enjoyed a relaxing, laid back lunch sitting on beanbag chairs that overlooked their private beach. Their lobster rolls, mojitos and live reggae band made for a heavenly experience!

2. The Sloppy Tuna
After a few cocktails, The Sloppy Tuna is a great place to let loose. Known as the only beachfront restaurant, bar and club in Montauk, this lively bar was hosting a fire and ice party complete with live entertainment. It was the perfect place to play our “B. Nauti” game, where each girl had to complete a task that one of the girls came up with. This made for lots of laughs and silly pictures!

3. Cyril’s Fish House
For our last bar on the crawl, we decided to stop at Cyril’s, one of the oldest established restaurants on the Napeague strip. This popular and crowded spot was the perfect place to dance with the girls. We found a little bar in the front corner next to a speaker and loved breaking it down to old rap songs with our favorite bachelorette.

Where not to go: we were disappointed that The Surf Lodge wouldn’t accommodate us. Bummer!

Categories: bachelorette week | beach | behind the scenes | beth | cocktails | favorite finds | restaurant | summer | wedding

Comments (5)

  1. Hi! Where did you order these tank tops from?

    Comment by Chrissy on July 5, 2014 at 9:51 am

  2. Hi! Where did you stay in the Hamptons!

    Comment by Hollie Brown on September 6, 2017 at 7:11 pm

  3. We rented a house on but not there are so many great places like Gurney’s to stay too!

    Comment by Beth Beattie on September 6, 2017 at 9:58 pm

  4. Hey did you stay in the hamptons? was it a pain to travel to montauk or not that bad? there seems to be more houses in the hamptons area for a long weekend for the same amount of people are your group

    Comment by Ally on October 29, 2017 at 3:23 am

  5. Hi Ally!
    Yes we rented a house in East Hampton and took a party bus to Montauk. That was before there were many options to stay in Montauk like Gurney’s etc. But renting a house with all your friends is a lot of fun! As for getting out to Montauk that just depends on the day, traffic, etc. Hope that helps!

    Comment by Beth Beattie on October 30, 2017 at 9:46 am