Patchogue is located on the south shore of Long Island situated roughly midway between New York City and Montauk Point.
The area was first settled in the mid 1600's
and has a rich history. The name
Patchogue comes from the local Native American word meaning patches of water.
Patchogue is home to two amazing breweries, great restaurants, multiple historical buildings, art & cultural centers including the
Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts, a vibrant waterfront and of course Patchogue's local coffee
micro-roaster Roast Coffee & Tea Trading Company.
Patchogue Village Attractions and Activities
Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts - is a Not-for-Profit
that supports the arts and local community. With total seating of 1166 it showcases a wide array of artistic performances all year round. The theatre
has a rich history first opening as the Ward & Glynne’s Theater in 1938.
After being restored in 1998 it has quickly become a centerpiece to Patchogue Village.
Davis Park Ferry -
Since 1947 the Davis Park Ferry Co. has been getting beach-goers to some of the best spots on Fire Island. It's a quick ride
from the ferry terminals in Patchogue to either Davis Park or Watch Hill.
Patchogue-Medford Library -
In 2010 the local library was awarded the National Medal for Museum and Library Service by First Lady Michelle Obama.
It is the highest honor awarded to libraries and museums in the nation. The Patchogue-Medford Library has successfully dedicated
itself to supporting the educational, cultural, historical and informational needs of the community.
Both the Brickhouse Brewery and Blue Point Brewing Company
are favorite attractions for anyone who enjoys drinking beer. Stop into both and taste what a top notch micro-brewery can do!
Patchogue Arts Council -
provides artists with avenues to share their work, connect with other artists and promotes art advocacy.
The PAC is key in supporting the vibrant art culture and community in Patchogue.
Artspace Patchogue -
is dedicated to bringing a better community through the arts. Artspace provides a mixed use location
for artists to live, work and present their art to the world.
The Plaza Cinema & Media Arts Center -
is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing quality cinema, classes in media arts & story telling
techniques and production facilities for creating films & digital media to the community.
Located at 20 Terry Street in Patchogue.
Alive After Five -
During the summer months Main Street in Patchogue Village closes down on Alive After Five Friday nights
for a street fair and concerts. It's a great time for families with kids and a fantastic opportunity to taste
some of the great beer made by the local micro-breweries and food from fantastic restaurants.
Transportation & Parking
The Patchogue Long Island Railroad (LIRR) station that runs on the Montauk branch is located within easy walking
distance from the heart of the village. It provides easy access for travelers to and from New York City as well as
locations further east.
It can be difficult to find parking in Patchogue on busy days. Parking is available on main street but it can
fill up fast. There are some convenient parking lots that have walkways right onto
main street and these more frequently have parking spaces available. We've highlight some parking locations on the
The Davis Park Ferry provides a fast and efficient way for travelers to get from Patchogue to the amazing beaches on
For a more detailed view of the Patchogue LIRR Station, ferries to Fire Island and convenient Patchogue parking locations please view the
Patchogue Village map above.
Local Patchogue Village Websites