Maryland May 11, 2018
The Scenery At This Outdoor Restaurant In Maryland Is Downright Magical
Summertime dining means patio dining, and we’ve found a restaurant that not only lets you dine on a patio with a view of the bay… this one seats you right out in the water! Take a look at Seacrets, a unique dining adventure in Ocean City that’s downright magical.
The next time you visit Ocean City, you've got to stop by Seacrets for some delicious food, great music, and incredible views of Isle of Wight Bay. You'll find Seacrets right next to the bay at 117 49th St., Ocean City, MD 21842.
The indoor dining room is surrounded by hanging plants, creating a tropical paradise with a spectacular view of the bay. Dine at a table, or snuggle into a booth that's just a few feet from the water.
Head to Seacrets Beach for great music, a distillery tour, and an enchanting beach bar.
Enjoy dining on the sandy beach, just steps from the bay...
...or sit right out in the water. This place doesn't settle for beachside dining... it just extends its seating right into the bay!
Start your meal with an order of Dotsy's Delight Crab Dip. Made with local crabmeat, it's so creamy and delicious that you might not want to share.
The Jerk Chicken is a house specialty. If you like a little spice, you'll love this chicken, which is marinated for 48 hours in Seacrets' famous marinade. Get it as an appetizer or entree.
You'll also find an array of hot and cold sandwiches on the menu. From the West End Hoagie with ham, pepperoni, salami, and capicola, to the Cuban Sandwich, you'll find something to tempt your taste buds.
The Baby Back Ribs are slow roasted for eight hours, and they're so tender that they fall right off the bone. Other tasty entrees include steaks, crabcakes, tuna steaks, and fresh sea scallops and jumbo shrimp.
Indulge in a vodka tasting; Seacrets Distilling Company makes an array of vodkas right here. In fact, the distillery creates small-batch, hand-crafted gin, rum, and vodka. Established in 1933, this distillery has plenty of practice, and you'll love their variety.
The sunsets at Seacrets are spectacular. At the end of a long day, this is the place to be.
Families with children are welcome in the dining room at Seacrets until 10 p.m., with the last seating by 8:30 p.m. Guests younger than 21 aren't allowed in the bay, nite club or on the pier. Seacrets is open Monday through Wednesday from 11 a.m. to Midnight; Thursday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
For more information, visit
Seacrets’ website. To stay up to date on the latest happenings, check out Seacrets Facebook page.
Have you dined at Seacrets? We’d love to hear what you thought of your experience there!
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