• Harborside Bar & Grill

    Phone: 410-213-1846

    They take their mantra, “Where You Always Get Your Money’s Worth,” seriously here with daily food and drink specials during happy hour as you watch the boats come in from a day offshore. Delicious daily chef specials are always worth a try or stay with any of the house favorites, such as the calamari and ahi bruschetta for appetizers or any of the homemade tacos and fresh off the dock seafood selections as sandwiches or entrees. It’s the home of the original fresh-squeezed orange crush, of course.

  • The Cove At Ocean Pines

    Phone: 410-641-7501

    The Cove at Ocean Pines Yacht Club in an all new gorgeous Bayfront Setting specializes in coastal cuisine. Serving lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch with happy hour, Friday late night specials. A wealth of food options is available from seafood to steak dishes, salads, soups, appetizers and more. We are open Thursday through Monday. Open Thursdays from 4-11:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 s.m.-Midnight, Sunday at 9 a.m. for brunch and Monday from 7-11:30 p.m. for Monday Night Football.

  • Higgins Crab House

    31st Street & Coastal Highway


    128th Street & Coastal Highway


    There is no doubt about it. Higgins offers traditional Eastern Shore favorites for the entire family to enjoy. Of course, the house specialties include all-you-can-eat crabs, crab legs, fried chicken, steamed shrimp and baby back ribs. In addition, there is a full menu offering a variety of delicious soups, appetizers and entrees. South location open daily at noon. North location open Monday-Friday at 2:30 p.m., Saturday and Sunday at noon.

  • Dough Roller

    South Division Street & Boardwalk • 410-289-3501

    3rd Street & Boardwalk • 410-289-2599

    41st Street & Coastal Hwy • 410-524-9254

    70th Street & Coastal Hwy • 410-524-7981

    Family owned and operated for over 35 years! Fresh dough pizza, Great Kid’s Menu. Breakfast served daily at 3rd, 41st, and 7oth St. Locations. Dayton’s Famous Boardwalk Fried Chicken, fresh-breaded and cooked to order at S. Division, 41st and 70th St. locations.

  • Siculi

    The brick oven pizza is a must try, but there’s so much more including steak, seafood selections, chicken and veal chops. Daily lunch specials offered Monday through Friday are always delicious with a nice variety of items. A small plate menu is available from 3-5 p.m. along with drinks specials. Also remember to try out the great Sunday brunch that starts at 10:30 a.m. that features a new menu.

  • Culture Authentic Eatery

    The revolving menu tour here is now featured on fare from Belize, Mexico and Guatemala. Everything is all natural made from scratch, available for dining in casual quarters or carry out. If you go the carry out route, rest assured everything is perfectly packaged to meet your expectations. This fast casual concept comes from the creators of The Shark on the Harbor. Online ordering available at culturerestaurant.com.

  • Pickles Pub

    Ocean City Phone: 410-289-4891

    It’s pub food with a twist and a special emphasis put on quality and large portions. The big juicy burgers and oven baked wedge sandwiches are locals’ favorites as are the pub wings (in a variety of styles) and tacos (choose from thai pulled pork, grilled chicken and blacked ahi avocado). There are numerous unique craft pizza options to choose from as well with the house favorite here being the blackened shrimp and arugula.

  • Buxy’s Salty Dog

    Destiny has a new home in Ocean City. From the ‘burgh to the beach, Buxy’s is your home away from Pittsburgh. Come see what all the local already know and have known – Buxy’s is the place to come to meet friends, relax and be social with no attitudes. House specialties include “The” Cheesesteak Sub, Primanti-styled sandwiches, pierogis, eggrolls and homemade crab dip. Don’t miss our daily specials.

  • Restaurant 213

    Recently named one of the 100 Best Restaurants for Foodies in America for 2015 by OpenTable (1 of the only 2 restaurants named in the State of Maryland), the food at Restaurant 213 is far from your conventional Chesapeake Bay fare. A former apprentice of Roger Vergé in southern France, chef Jim Hughes prepares unpretentious, globally influenced cuisine inspired by the area’s plentiful ingredients. Chef Hughes has catered many events for Ronald Reagan, while he was President of the United States. He also served as Chef for the King of Saudi Arabia at the Saudi Arabian Royal National Guard military academy. Chef Hughes has been honored by the James Beard Foundation and DiRoNA (Distinguished Restaurants of North America). For 2015 Restaurant 213 was voted Best Chef, Best Special Occasion Dining, and Best Fine Dining Restaurant by Coastal Style Magazine, and Best Special Occasion Restaurant by Metropolitan Magazine. Frommer’s Travel Guide has Awarded Restaurant 213 its highest Rating of 3 Stars, making it one of only 3 restaurants on the Eastern Shore. Additionally, “Special Finds” awarded this distinction from 2010-2015 in their Maryland & Delaware Travel Guide Edition. Open Tuesday-Sunday at 5pm. Special 5-course prix-fixe dinners offered on Sunday and Thursdays.

  • Full Moon Saloon

    Locally owned and operated, this moderately priced casual restaurant/bar has freshly caught seafood, BBQ, and pork entrees, giant sandwiches as well as a variety of homemade soups. Locally we are known for our jumbo lump crab cakes, pork and beef BBQ, cream of crab soup, and 100% angus burgers as well as a variety of other sandwiches and entrees that are cooked with a local flair. Open daily at 11 a.m. for lunch and open until midnight. Saturdays and Sundays breakfast offered 8 a.m.-noon. Fifteen televisions and a big screen available for all sports events.