Waterfront Restaurants in Ocean City
Enjoy fresh seafood while overlooking the bay at Talbot Street in Ocean City! Indoor seating is available and deck seating seems to be preferred by those who choose the Angler. Offering a variety of fresh fish and seafood, the Angler’s menu is simple and enjoyable. This restaurant offers a scenic cruise of the Ocean City waterways after your dinner!
BJ’s on the Water
Looking for Eastern Shore cuisine at it’s finest? Go to BJ’s! The homemade soups, salads, sandwiches, and entrees will make you day. The covered deck at BJ’s is the perfect setting for a daily Happy Hour Deck party! Live bands play every Wednesday during the summer on the deck at 9 p.m. Go to BJ’s on 75th Street and head towards the bay.
Coconuts Beach Bar & Grill
Beach service at it’s best! Head to Coconut’s to enjoy their newly renovated patio while having lunch, dinner, or just relaxing. Specialty items include seafood, crab cakes, grilled hamburgers, and many more. The kid’s menu is fantastic and there is usually some form of children’s entertainment during the day to keep the little ones busy. Live entertainment plays on the stage built into the sand. Happy hour is from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Food an beverage service is offered on the beach and at the pool. Coconut’s is located inside the Castle in the Sand Hotel on 37th Street and the Ocean.
This casual downtown eatery affords postcard-perfect views of the beach and Boardwalk from the ground-floor dining room and second-level deck. The menu features seashore favorites such as crab cakes, fish and chips and soft-shell crabs. Conner’s is located on North Atlantic Avenue between 2nd and 3rd Streets.
Want a casual dining experience, a night out with the kids, a fun-filled night out on the town, or a place with plenty of TV’s to watch the game! The outdoor deck is newly renovated. Kids can play on a pirate ship playground while parents watch them from nearby seating. An outdoor bar is perfect for grabbing a drink and watching the sunset from the deck. No matter what you’re looking for, you’ll find it at Dead Freddies Island Grill on 64th Street and the Bay in Ocean City.
De Lazy Lizard
De Lazy Lizard is one of Ocean City’s newest waterfront bar and restaurants and is the perfect place to enjoy a dinner outside. Because De Lizard is located on 1st Street and the bay, you can actually drive and dock your boat right next to your dinner table! There is a big wooden pirtate ship playground for children and a large waterfront bar for adults. Sit in the pretty white adirondack chairs, sip a drink, enjoy the heat, and let your feet rest in the sand at De Lazy Lizard!
Fager’s Island Restaurant & Bar
Fager’s Island is located at 60th Street in Ocean City. This little island that floats right off of Ocean City is one of OC’s finest restaurants. With an exquisite fine dining menu and plenty of outdoor seating, Fager’s will guarantee your satisfaction. Fager’s outdoor deck seats approximately 700 people. Their specialties include their raw bar, prime rib, fresh fish, roasted duck and lobster, and light fare also. Get their early to enjoy their early bird specials and daily happy hour drink prices. Entertainment is always great at Fager’s! Look for a live band playing on their stage and a DJ playing on the patio. The sun always sets at Fager’s, so don’t miss it!
Fish Tales Restaurant
Fish Tales offers a great setting for enjoying the beautiful afternoons in Ocean City! There are many picnic tables outside on a man-created beach that overlooks the bay and the Bahia Marina. Watch the boats come in flying their fish flags to see what they caught today. Have a nice cold drink in one of Fish Tales several hanging swings. Want a good place to take your kids? Tales offers a huge pirate ship playground right next to the outdoor dining area. Fish Tales serves lunch, dinner, and drinks.
Hooper’s Crab House
A vacation must. It seems like everyone has attempted the all-you-can-eat crab feast at Hooper’s while on vacation in Ocean City at least once! Located in the Ocean Gateway in West Ocean City, this crab house accommodated all ages. Most prices range from $26 to $30 for crab meals. All-you-can-eat specials include steamed crabs seasoned in Old Bay, steamed shrimp, fried clam strips, fried chicken, BBQ baby back ribs, corn on the cob, and hush puppies. Go on an adventure at Hooper’s with your whole family!
Macky’s Bayside Bar and Grill is a popular place to hang out with friends and relax. Macky’s slogan is, “Where life is good”. It’s easy to understand why life is so good while you’re sitting on the sand at Macky’s, eating great food, enjoying a drink, and relaxing. Macky’s outdoor dining area seats 140 people. On the private bayside beach you can spot crabs, fish, other forms of sea life, and shells. Macky’s specializes in New Orleans, South Florida, Cajun, and Eastern Shore seafood creations.
M.R. Ducks is located on Talbot Street and the bay in Southern Ocean City. Sit on the deck and enjoy a view of the bay while eating American food like hamburger, sandwiches, salads, and pizza. Beverages area available from both and indoor and outdoor bar. Call ahead for reserved seating and to check out the live entertainment schedule for the deck at M.R. Ducks.
Seacrets Bar & Grill
Everyone knows about Seacrets! Seacrets has been Ocean City’s biggest hotspot for years. Enjoy yourself in the Caribbean atmosphere inspired by the island of Jamaica. Seacrets is known for their Jamaican cuisine and American specialty dinners. There is enough outdoor seating at Seacrets for 323 people! Try the seasoned Jerk chicken, seafood, and drink a Red Stripe beer. Your kids will enjoy the Jamaican pizza and a virgin daiquiri. From the tables on the water you will have a beautiful view of the sunsets over the bay. With over 200 palm trees, you’ll feel like you’re really in the Caribbean. Get there early to avoid the wait!
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