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From the north end of the boardwalk to the Route 90 bridge
Jolly Roger, Macky's, and the Aloft are just a few of the fabulous places in Midtown
Midtown Ocean City runs from the the Ocean City Boardwalk to the Route 90 bridge at 62nd Street. There are many popular restaurants and bars in this area
You have a lot of options for accommodations in midtown Ocean City. From many of the large chain hotel options to family owned hotels and condos, you will find a quieter atmosphere. The Princess Bayside and the Aloft are both near Seacrets. The Residence Inn by Marriott, also on the bay side, offers fabulous sunset views.
Some of the larger destination restaurants are in mid-town. Macky’s Bayside Bar & Grill is a perennial favorite. They are a great place to go with kids because they have seating in the sand next to a shallow bayside beach. Kids can play on the edge while their parents enjoy the food and tropical drinks famous here. Seacrets, Jamaica USA is on 49th Street with their nightclub, restaurant, and distillery. Few adults will leave without a stop at Seacrets. Boat rentals, jet ski rentals, miniature golf, oceanfront and bayfront hotels are all easy to access in mid-town. They all usually offer ample free parking and the pace is a little quieter than downtown – unless, of course, you hit one of the bars after 10.
Midtown Ocean City is easy to get to when you go over the Route 90 bridge. Some of the larger destination restaurants and bars are here. Jolly Roger’s Splash Mountain is a waterpark that can take up your entire day – or you can split it with the adjacent amusement park with rides or the speedway. Fabulous hotels with spectacular sunsets await. There are some condos available in midtown and parking is usually free. The Ocean City Convention Center has a visitors center and hosts most of the performances in town.