Maryland’s best boardwalk is undeniably in Ocean City. Filled with restaurants, arcades, shops, rides, and more, there is MUCH to see and do. Did you know that one of the area’s oldest bars is also located on the boardwalk? That’s right – this historic spot is a favorite of locals and travelers who are lucky enough to find it. Read on, and don’t forget to visit the second-oldest bar in Ocean City, MD the next time you go downy oshun.

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Have you spent any time along the Ocean City boardwalk? The sights, sounds, and well, smells, are pretty unique, and a wonderful part of Maryland’s ocean coast vibe. The second oldest bar in Ocean City, MD is right at home on this iconic boardwalk. If you have had the pleasure of visiting Ocean City and or The Bar, tell us all about your experience with a comment.

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What are the best bars in Ocean City, MD?

The best bars in Ocean City run the gamut from iconic dive bars to elegant restaurant bars on the beach. Whether you are looking for an exciting dance party, crazy cocktails, or a chill beach vibe the best bars in Ocean City, MD featured below have got you covered:

  • Harbor Inn Bar: The Harbor Inn Bar in Ocean City, MD is another iconic bar along the boardwalk. In fact, it is the oldest bar in Ocean City dating back to before prohibition. It officially became a bar in 1935 after prohibition ended, but the building itself dates back to the 1800s, and it had a long history as a "market" in the mid-1920s.
  • Seacrets: This happening beach bar comes alive when the sun sets and the dance floor fills with happy feet. Enjoy Caribbean-inspired food, tropical drinks, and plenty of live music and dancing on its many dance floors.
  • Purple Moose Saloon: Another fun and unique bar on the boardwalk with DJs, live music, and plenty of creative cocktails. If you are looking for a good old rock and roll bar, the Purple Moose will deliver.
  • Fager’s Island Restaurant and Bar: If you are looking for a party for your taste buds just as much as a party for your feet, Fager's is a hotspot for great ocean food and live music. With quiet elegance in the dining room or beachfront patio, there is a chill vibe that pairs well with a beautiful sunset. The bar area comes alive when a live band starts blowing that funky trumpet and everyone starts to dance.

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