If that all sounds like too much and you just want to kick back and relax on the beach, they've got chair and umbrella rentals. And you won't even have to move a single sandy foot to get food and drinks because they'll be taking orders via your phone and deliver it all right to your chair.
The food vendors will be set up in the huge Bay 9 and Bay 6 concession areas every day from 11am to 10pm through Labor Day weekend. There will also be rotating mobile food vendors throughout the summer.
Here's the current lineup of food offerings for Bay 9 and Bay 6:
Ample Hills Creamery: Your favorite Brooklyn-based scoop shop, known for its handmade ice and flavors like Salted Crack Caramel and Stout & Pretzels, Ample Hills Creamery plans to unleash new unique flavors just for the beach bazaar.
Brooklyn Star: Get your hands on their famous chicken and waffle cone, only at Riis Park.
Court Street Grocers: They'll be serving up sandwiches described as throwbacks to American beach classics.
Wild Feast Foods: Insanely fresh seafood caught right here on the East Coast, a lot of it within 20 miles of the park.
Fletcher’s BBQ: All kinds of BBQ fare smoked over maple and red oak at a mobile pit that will be set up right next to the Bay 9 food area.
La Newyorkina: What could be a better on a hot day at the beach than refreshing Mexican ice pops made with fresh fruits and juices?
To help you get there, organizers said they're working on arranging dedicated shuttle bus service throughout NYC, increased ferry service at Riis Landing, and car share options.
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Tony Merevick is Cities News Editor at Thrillist and would love to spend some time at the beach in the near future. Send news tips to firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @tonymerevick.