Here are some restaurants that we choose to cross the bridge into Ocean City for and they are worth the trip. Try them out and let us know if you like them too. Click on the pictures for links to their website and get menus and directions
The only one of the ‘Off the Hook’ family located in OC, Hooked delivers just as expected. Great quality, inventive menu and caring staff once again deliver a great value, dining experience.
Quite a find! Tucked away in a corner of a small shopping mall, Cafe Mirage is a hidden gem. The menu features a mix of modern American dishes and flavors the owners came to love from their time in the Caribbean
An Ocean City institution since 1977 (well before the movies) , this latest iteration of The Hobbit features upscale, contemporary dining with breathtaking views of the Bay. Bring the wallet as this is not an inexpensive restaurant.
2015 winner of ‘The best of Ocean City’ award Jules is undoubtedly a ‘fine-dining’ experience. Great soups and salads; Steak, Seafood and Vegetarian entrees each prepared with a unique flavor to satisfy the most discerning palate.
The original Ropewalk Tavern in Baltimore dates back to pre-prohibition days. This latest addition in OC looks nothing like it! Fabulous bayside deck dining, outdoor bar areas with sand beneath your feet and plenty of play areas for kids and their parents. Fun place to go and have fun with the family.
We don’t normally eat at restaurants located in hotels but with Touch of Italy we make an exception. Italian food, Italian style! Nice Trattoria-style setting even though its in the hotel. Dont forget to stop and get supplies from the Pasticceria and Salumeria on the way out!
It looks like a wine bar but tastes like a restaurant. Quite possibly, Liquid Assets is the only place within 100 miles to offer Steak Tartare! A must for the wine enthusiast. Friendly atmosphere with sofas and tables scattered around the bar area. Wander the wine racks and decide what to take home
The Crabcake Factory doesnt cut an imposing figure on the corner of 120th St. but the crabcakes themselves do. All day dining including the best “Bloody Mary Breakfast’ at the beach.