The interior of Firehouse Pizza has a variety of firematic memorabilia collected from various local departments. You really have to look around because there is something firematic related in virtually every nook & cranny!!









1951 Ford/ FMC “High Pressure Fog Firefighter”

Originally delivered to a department in Ohio, this rig somehow found its’ way to Long Island & ending up sitting dormant in nearby Quogue. Despite being 60 years old, it still runs & pumps!!  The owner negotiated over a period of 10 years to get this truck which is now parked in front of Firehouse Pizza.

Special thanks to Michael, the owner of Firehouse Pizza for his hospitality & assistance in providing the story behind the antique rig and the Firehouse Pizza establishment.

Firehouse Pizza

While “out & about” on the East End of Long Island, I happened to notice an antique Ford pumper parked in the lot of a strip mall. After stopping to photograph it, I looked up at the sign & found out I was in front of Firehouse Pizza!! Established in 2007, Firehouse Pizza is owned by a member of the Westhampton Beach FD. Loaded with firematic memorabilia from local departments, visitors can enjoy specialty pizza such as “Haz-Mat”, “Wildfire” & the “3 Alarm Pie”. Located at 196 Montauk Highway in Westhampton Beach, firefighters visiting the area should definitely stop by Firehouse Pizza for a slice and support a brother firefighter’s business!!

This mural was hand painted by the owner’s daughter using members of the Westhampton Beach FD includes the owner himself (top center), Chief Steve Smith (far right) who passed away unexpectedly in 2009 while serving as chief of the department (RIP Chief Smith - a good guy who I knew personally) and the current Chief of the Department Al Tudisco.

Grab a slice, pull up a table & check out some cool fire pics while eating your lunch!!!