Patchogue (/ˈpætʃɒɡ/, PATCH-awg) is a village in Suffolk County, New York. Patchogue lies on the south shore of Long Island, adjacent to Great South Bay in Brookhaven. Patchogue is officially known as the Incorporated Village of Patchogue. The village has a total area of 2.5 square miles, of which 2.2 square miles is land and 0.3 square miles is water or about 10.71%.
The village’s main thoroughfare is the Montauk Highway, it runs east-west and stretches for about 1.5 miles. River Avenue, West Avenue and South Ocean Avenue are the main north-south routes. It is bordered by North Patchogue to the north, East Patchogue to the east, and Blue Point to the west.
The Great Patchogue Lake is located within the village occupying the area between West Roe Boulevard and Holbrook Road. Right along the lake is Father Tortora Park and Cedar Grove Cemetery. Another lake about 650 meters to the west is the West Lake. The village is home to many marinas and boatyards such as Frank M Weeks Yacht Yard, South Shore Boat Yard Inc, Suffolk Boat Club Inc, Island View Marina, Sandspit Marina, and Mascot Dock and Marina. Nearby are parks namely Michael E, Reilly Firemen’s Memorial Park, Shorefront Park, and Rider Avenue Park. Little Creek flows in Patchogue Bay through these parks. Patchogue is home to Blue Point Brewing Company. The Patchogue Theatre is located at 71 East Main Street.
Patchogue has three churches listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Congregational Church on East Main Street, United Methodist Church on South Ocean Avenue between Church Street and Terry Street, and St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Rider Avenue across from Terry Street.
Patchogue Coordinates: 40°45′48″N 73°1′4″W