East Quogue

Welcome to East Quogue

Quaint, coastal living and lively nights in the Hamptons.


Those searching for a more casual and affordable place to live in the Hamptons will feel right at home in East Quogue. Bordering the more upscale and traditional Quogue, East Quogue has a personality all its own. Even though it is technically a hamlet — and exudes a quiet, small-town feel during the day — the area also has a lively, less formal side at night.
As with all the Hamptons, East Quogue is loved and well-known for its beautiful beaches. The area has three separate beaches: Triton Beach, Tiana Town Beach, and Hot Dog Beach. In the summertime, locals and out-of-town visitors enjoy spending time at all three.
Overall, homes in East Quogue are more affordable than those in neighboring locales. The median sale price in the area hovers right around $1.6 million. In terms of style, there is a diverse selection of architecture available to prospective buyers. From modest remodels to farmhouses to palatial mansions, there’s something for a wide range of preferences and budgets.

What to Love

  • Three stunning beaches: Triton Beach, Tiana Town Beach, and Hot Dog Beach
  • Fishing and watersports 
  • A calm, small-town feel during the day — with plenty of spots to unwind in the evening

People & Lifestyle

Residents of East Quogue enjoy this spot in the Hamptons for a variety of reasons. On top of the many things to do, people love to have fun and live life to the fullest here. The overall vibe is laid-back, leisurely, and casual. Since there’s so much to do on and around the water, t-shirts and shorts are the norm when the weather warms up.
Moving to East Quogue is a wise choice for those who desire a relatively quick (under two-hour) commute to New York City, love a quaint, coastal vibe, enjoy checking out locally-owned shops and restaurants, and love living it up at area parties.

Dining, Shopping & Entertainment

For one of the smaller parts of the Hamptons, East Quogue’s shopping and dining scene is fairly booming. Even though it doesn’t have many establishments, there are far more options in East Quogue than in similarly sized surrounding communities.
Along Montauk Highway, you can find some of the most popular stores in the area. Stop by places such as East Quogue Wines & Liquors, Roses & Rice (one of the town’s top-rated florists), clothing boutique Xanadu, and Village Prime Meat Shoppe. Other notable stops include Wesley House Thrift Shop, East Q Salon, and East End Outdoor Supply.
Craving some top-notch Tex-Mex cuisine? New Moon Cafe has been a local favorite for over 30 years. Planning a special date night? The mouthwatering menu at the upscale Stone Creek Inn is sure to satisfy. Also, make sure to get one of the area’s best bagels at Goldberg's Famous Bagels, which was first established in 1949. When the sun goes down, Dockers Waterside is definitely the place to be.

Things to Do

In addition to experiencing the area’s best shopping and dining, you have plenty of offerings to choose from in East Quogue.
As is the case throughout the Hamptons, many of the activities, dining, and shopping are open seasonally. This makes it important to check dates and hours of operation before making plans. Depending on the time of year, you can attend one of the many concerts at the park, visit the Amelia Cottage Museum (this isn't at thing), explore the Pine Neck Sanctuary nature preserve, or relax in the beauty of the East Quogue Marine Park.
Other favorite places to visit among residents include the East Quogue Village Green, Pine Neck Marina Dog Park, and the three area beaches: Village Beach, Tiana Town Beach, and Hot Dog Beach.


East Quogue is home to one elementary school. After moving on from elementary school, children can attend highly rated schools located just minutes away. Learn more about East  Quogue’s elementary school:

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