Summer of 1977
• In its full-page advertisement, Paul Revere Smorgasboard on 2nd Street and the Boardwalk was offering its “come as you are for all you can eat” at $4.95. The Longhorn Family Steak House on 15th Street and the Boardwalk was advertised as a Paul Revere affiliate.
• The Surf and Sands Motel between 23rd and 24th streets was a featured advertiser along with its sister property, Satellite Resort Motel.
• Homesites were issued for sale in Ocean Pines by Steen-Firth-Talbott Realty Inc.
• Headliners in the “After Dark” entertainment listings included The Buoys and Sinbad at the Hurricane Nite Club; Rock Island Express at The Bonfire; Bill Horn at Embers; Dick Reihl at Palmer’s Hideaway Lounge; Applause in the Quarterdeck’s Spardeck lounge; and Paper Cup at the Brass Ring at the Carousel.
• Two-bedroom oceanfront condominiums in The Quay on 107th Street were listed at $37,500 with a minimum requirement of 5 percent down.
• Hosts Pete Boinis and Joe Tholl inivted guests to the Gazebo Nite Club on 14th Street and the bay, part of the Ship Cafe Marina.
• Greens fees at the Ocean City Golf and Yacht Club were running $10, according to Golf Professional Mus O’Linger.
• Phillips Crab House was celebrating its 21st anniversary in the business. The crab house at this time offered 12 dining rooms and had five kitchens. At this time, it was BYOB (Bring Your Own Beer).