Rockaway Beach - 98th Street
- Check out the barriers displaying Patty Harris' design. Inspired by the way water moves, Ride the Wave uses simple forms to express the undulating movement and pattern of waves. See it until July 2014
- Don't leave before getting a fish taco with guac from Rockaway Taco. And an Italian ice from DiCosmos. It's half the reason why you're here!
- Cannot forget the raw clams, chorizo palenque, and the amazing swordfish with olives! Y de dessert ya tu save "El Brugal"
- Great for surfing and to grab a pulled pork burger down by the beach after !
- If you've got time for the beach, or surfing, this is the place to be.
- Authentic New England lobster rolls delish!!!!
- If you're gonna lie on your stomach make sure the backs of your knees are sunscreened or you're gonna have a bad time
- Lovely place and only one hour away from Manhattan. But on weekends it's very packed and can get trashy
- Overheard: "I just got chased out of the water by a used condom." You've been warned.
- The Funhouse that was on 98th st, back in the day. Great memories. We lived here.
- My families beach spot since I was knee high to a grasshopper. 98th all the way.
- This happens to be the best spot! Water is to die for! Warm and not that salty!
- Crowded but great vibes and a vibrant colorful place for coffee juices or drinks on the side
- Get the burritos. Still need to try the fish tacos!
- Lobster Joint. Low Tide Bar. Uma's. The new Pok bowl place. Fish and chips.
- Come early to snag a spot on the beach.
- Escape to the beach by subway, stay for the stellar food lineup at 97th St. including Bolivian Llama Party and Lobster Joint.
- This is my fav.
- Low Tide Bar....dranks at the beach. Yum.
- overcrowded beach..but is fine...