Patchogue’s popular Breakfast Crawl makes its return to Main Street on Oct. 2

Patchogue Breakfast Crawl

Long Island’s seminal breakfast crawl event is making its comeback in Patchogue this Saturday, Oct. 2 — the first to happen since the COVID-19 outbreak.

This year’s fall crawl, dubbed The Comeback Crawl, will also serve as a fundraiser for the Patchogue Village Veterans Park efforts.

The crawl runs from 9 a.m. to noon. Click here to purchase tickets.

How it works is this, crawlers pay $25, $30 or $35 to dine at their favorite breakfast and brunch spots, but also included are local restaurants that are usually only open for lunch or dinner, such as The Tap Room.

$25 gets you to eat in 5 spots, or 10 for $30, or 15 for $35.

The complete list of participating restaurants appears in the fly below.

The first-ever breakfast crawl happened in Patchogue in the spring of 2016 and was the brainchild of local veteran leader and artist Dave Rogers. Other downtowns such as Port Jefferson soon organized their own crawls.

Top: A pic from the May 2019 breakfast crawl in Patchogue. (file photo)