Acqua Seafood Bar and Grill 45 Orchard Beach Blvd, Port Washington, NY11050 Located in Port Washington and formerly the Waterview, Acqua Seafood Bar and Grill is a seafood restaurant with an…More Italian twist. Under new ownership and management, Acqua Seafood Bar and Grill has expanded its menu options to feature more seafood fare, including lobster rolls, lobster macaroni and cheese and more. This restaurant accepts reservations of six guests or more.
Roberta Buettner, R.N., LMT 31 Bar Beach Rd, Port Washington, NY11050 Roberta Buettner is a registered nurse and licensed massage therapist. Call to schedule an appointment or for more…More information.
Providing 34 acres of sandy beach and recreational activities, North Hempstead Beach Park (formally known as…More Bar Beach and Hempstead Harbor Parks) includes a promenade for residents who want to walk along the waterfront. A fishing pier, boat ramp, bathhouse and concession area are also available. The park provides basketball and shuffleboard courts, horseshoe pits, picnic areas with barbecues and shelter pavilions, and a playground. A Sunday Afternoon Summer Concert Series begins July 4 and continues through August 31.</p>
<p>The 60-acre park sits on a half-mile beachfront property (fee required). It also features court games like basketball, handball, paddleball and tennis. Many also enjoy the mile-jogging course, playground and picnic areas. Permits are required for use of the fields and picnic area. Parking fees apply year-round.</p>
<p>Directions:<br /> To reach Hempstead Harbor Park, take the Northern State Parkway to Exit 29 North (Roslyn Rd.) Follow Rosyln Road to the end (Clock Tower on right). Bear left at traffic light to West Shore Road. Proceed for approximately 2-3 miles. Hempstead Harbor Park is on the righthand side (after Bar Beach.)</p>
Just Landscape Lighting 57 Bar Beach Rd, Port Washington, NY11050-4027 Since 1996, Just Landscape Lighting has served clients in and around Port Washington with its services in landscape…More design and professional lighting installation. The company's Web site contains a great deal of information about available services including spotlight projects, as well as lighting for pools and decks.
Village Club of Sands Point 1 Thayer Ln, Sands Point, NY11050 The Village Club of Sands Point, formerly the IBM Country Club, was once the estate of Isaac Guggenheim. The manor house…More was started by him in 1916 and completed in 1918. After his death in 1922, the property reverted to his estate and then, in 1924 was purchased at auction by his brother, Solomon R. Guggenheim. <br /><br />The mansion has been described as an Italian Renaissance type, and was designed by H. Van Buren Magonigle. All of the other buildings -- the golf club house, the garage, the barns - predate the main house, except the horse stable (now used for Country Club equipment), which was built by Solomon Guggenheim for one of his daughters, and the beach house completed by IBM in 1954.<br /><br />The Club property, facing on Hempstead Harbor covers approximately 210 acres. <br /><br />The mansion continues to serve as the focal point for numerous club activities from weekly bridge games to special events i.e. summer concerts, holiday parties. In addition, the bedrooms are being utilized to house visiting guests of members.<br /><br />Recently the golf course underwent a major renovation. Nine new holes of golf were opened in July 2000. The existing nine holes underwent an extensive renovation and we became an 18 hole golf course on May 25, 2001 as scheduled.<br /><br />The dairy barn has been renovated into a new golf pro shop and the original chaffeur's garage is being turned into a new bar and grille restaurant with locker rooms upstairs. The current entrance road to the Club opened in July 2000. The golf course now covers the prior entrance.