Dining

  • Twining’s Lobster Shanty

    Fenwick Island Phone: 302-436-2305

    “A funky little place at the edge of town.” Classic New England Fare, Lobsters, Steaks & Burgers, Children’s menu. Bird watching, magical sunsets await. Open for lunch and dinner. Reservations are suggested.

  • Nantuckets

    Fenwick Island Phone: 302-539-2607

    Serving the beach great food and spirits for over 20 years. David and Janet Twining will wow you with the finest foods and drinks in the area. You’ll be pleasantly surprised by what one of the coast’s finest dining establishments has in store for guests. Everything here is a house specialty. There’s the memorable steaks, fresh seafood, famous quahog chowder and the chef’s daily specials, just to name a few.

  • Fin Alley Restaurant

    Fenwick Island , DE Phone: 302-539-3526

    Indoor and outdoor watefront dining. Happy hour 3-6 p.m. every day and casual dining in a relaxed atmosphere. Culinary classics with a modern twist! Daily specials. In the Village of Fenwick, two blocks north of Rte. 54. Open daily at noon.

  • Reel Inn Restaurant And Dock Bar

    Ocean City Phone: 410-289-3511

    The Reel Inn Restaurant and Dock Bar is located at 14th St. and the bay. The bar is located on the dock and offers an open air bar with relaxing and breezy dockside dining. While located in a private community and marina is open to the public from early May until October and is also home of the world famous White Marlin Open. Now celebrating 25 years, the Reel Inn features casually elegant dockside dining with fresh local fish and seafood, hand-cut steaks, famous Reel Crab Cakes and tuna as well as a complete wine list. Weekly Specials throughout the summer (excluding WMO) include Monday Burger Night, Tuesday Taco Night, Wednesday Silver Anniversary Night and Thursday Lobster Night as well as Early Bird from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. On the lighter side the Reel Inn offers appetizers and a lite fare menu including its famous tuna bites, calamari, Reel crab dip and many others. The sandwich menu features local favorites including fish tacos, tuna, the Chesapeake Wrap, cheesesteaks and many more. We are family friendly and offer a kid’s menu. Happy Hour runs daily 3-6 p.m. and resumes at 11 p.m. nightly seven days a week. We have limited public parking and docking available. The Reel Inn also offers beer, wine and liquor to go. We have live acoustic entertainment several nights throughout the summer.

  • Rare & Rye

    Phone: 410-213-7273

    Some of the house favorites at this brand new restaurant include the Paella pie flatbread, the mussels, brie baked oysters and the whiskey braised pork shoulder for the lighter appetites as well as beer braised short ribs and northwestern salmon for the bigger bellies. A variety of soups, salads, small plate offerings and lite fare options round out the choices at one of the area’s hottest new restaurants. Be sure to try one of their specialty cocktails as well.

  • M.R. Ducks Waterfront Bar And Grille

    Phone: 410-289-9125

    A world-famous, open-air gazebo bar on the bay. Deck seating available for lunch and dinner. Live entertainment Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 4-9 p.m. No cover and plenty of parking. Wings, crab dip, burger, steamed shrimp, crab cakes and much more. Kid-friendly menu. Great sunsets and cool drinks. One block south of the Rte. 50 bridge.

  • Jonah And The Whale

    Phone: 410-524-2722

    All-you-can-eat buffet in a unique 18th-century whaling tavern. Snow crab legs, crab imperial, steamed and fried shrimp, clams and oysters, broiled and grilled fresh fish, scallops, country ham, steamship round beef, baked chicken, and salad, pasta, raw and dessert bars. A la carte and children’s menus available. Major credit cards accepted. Early bird specials. Children 4 and under free.

  • Coconuts Beach Bar And Grill

    Phone: 410-289-6846

    No matter if you are looking for a hearty sandwich, a tasty seafood appetizer or a robust fresh salad, they have all the bases covered. A favorite on the appetizer list is the wasabi shrimp and crab dip bites, but everything on the menu is worth a try at least once and never disappoints, especially the fresh seafood offerings that can be added to salads and make for impressive sandwiches. They have the “Little Surfers” covered as well with several offerings. Also be sure to ask about their specialty cocktails that are always impressive.

  • Blu Crabhouse And Raw Bar

    Phone: 410-289-3322

    Brought to you by the restaurateurs of The Embers, BLU Crabhouse and Raw Bar features outside dining under the palms, beautiful sunsets on the bay, and accessibility by boat to enhance your experience. The same attention to quality and commitment to excellent customer service are offered at this new establishment featuring jumbo crabs by the dozen, all-you-can-eat crab feasts and a diverse menu focusing on a variety of seafood selections. Be sure to check out the popular BLU Beach Bar Happy Hour from 3-6 p.m. for great bargains on drinks and food. Open daily at noon. Monday Crabs are available all day and for carry out.

  • The Big Easy On 60

    Phone: 410-524-2305

    Come experience one of Ocean City’s new dining options and one of the only with a New Orleans flare. Everything here is authentic with most food prepared from scratch on site. Seafood dominates the menu, such as the buffalo oysters and creole crab dip for appetizers, the fried catfish and fried shrimp sandwiches and the shrimp and grits and the fresh catch of the day, but there’s more for land lovers as well. Enjoy sipping on some delicious house specialty cocktails and craft beers on draft.