Joe's Garage auto repair shop near Bridgehampton, NY. Only 7.3 miles, about 15 minutes away.
Certified auto repair technicians. Quality auto service. Competitive pricing. Friendly, straight forward advice.
If you need to wait for your auto service we have a very comfortable customer waiting room with WIFI Internet access and refreshments.
Best driving route to Joe's Garage auto repair shop:
- head south on Ocean Road toward New York 27A,
- take the 1st right onto New York 27A,
- continue to follow westward on New York 27A for 3.5 miles,
- take slight right onto Old Mill Road for 0.2 miles,
- then take the 1st left onto Upper 7 Ponds Road for 0.9 miles,
- continue onto 7 Ponds Road for 0.1 miles,
- turn right onto North Sea Mecox Road for 1.8 miles,
- turn right onto North Sea Road for 0.8 mi.
Map from Bridgehampton NY to Joe's Garage car repair shop.
We can provide a ride to or from the closest transit stop 2.7 miles away in Southampton, NY. The transit bus runs 5 times a day from Southampton to Bridgehampton, NY.
Bridgehampton is a hamlet in the South Fork of Suffolk County, New York, United States and is located at 40°55′59″N 72°18′29″W (40.933182, -72.307987). The population is under 2,000.
Bridgehampton is within the town of Southampton, on Long Island, NY.
Shortly after the founding of Southampton in 1640, settlers began to move east to the area known by the Shinnecock Indians as Sagaponack and Mecox. At the head of Sagg Pond the hardy settlers established a community called Bullhead, later renamed Bridgehampton, after the bridge built across the pond. Sagg Bridge was built in 1686 by Ezekiel Sandford. The bridge was the link between Mecox and Sagaponack and gave this locality its name of Bridgehampton.
Bridgehampton became the home of the horse show known as the Hampton Classic and a road racing course that figured prominently in American automobile racing. The Bridgehampton Race Circuit was a 2.85-mile (4.59 km), thirteen-turn road course located near Sag Harbor. The historic road racing track has been converted to a golf course and homes.
Notable Local People
Three notable people in Bridgehampton area are Beyoncé and husband Jay Z who own property in Bridgehampton, A.J. Pierzynski - American Baseball Player, and Carl Yastrzemski, Boston Red Sox, 1967 Triple Crown winner, was born and raised in Bridgehampton.
The Beebe Windmill in Bridgehampton NY: located on Long Island NY since 1820, first in Sag Harbor NY in 1820, later moved to Bridgehampton NY. It is also the only Long Island windmill to have a decorative design, and the only surviving one which compares to English windmills of the same early 1800s period. The windmill was added to the US National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
Things To Do In Bridgehampton
- South Fork Natural History Museum
- Children's Museum of The East End
- Channing Daughters Winery
- The Dan Flavin Art Institute
- Ocean Road Beach
- Bridge Gardens
- Mecox Bay
- Fairview Farm