Recommandé par 22 habitants
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My favorite is to come at night and get some ice cream and thrashers fries on the boardwalk. It gets busy, so be prepared, but it is a fun experience. You will see lots of people and tourists here, always lots of parking, and some good places to try the local food.
Ride the rides and pick up those world famous Thrasher's French Fries. Save room for Fisher's popcorn and Candy Kitchen sweets.
boardwalk and beach about a mile from the home. Live music, beach, eateries, restaurants, bars, shops, and amusement parks. Great for kids and adults alike.
It's Ocean City and its the boardwalk. Great place to walk, grab food, an ice cream, play the games, and ride the rides. Tons to do and endless ways to have fun and spend money. Get "old time" photos taken, enjoy live music, pop out to sand/ocean, rinse and repeat.
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“Great food. Very cool atmosphere. A bit fancier than the common beach vibe. ”
- Recommandé par 30 habitants
“Anthony's Liquor and Deli is located at the corner of 33rd Street and Coastal Hwy. in Ocean City. We have a large selection of domestic, imported and craft beers to go. We also carry a good selection of wines, many of which are chilled. We are very proud of our deli, which features meats from Boar's Head and Citterio. We prepare homemade salads and sandwiches to go. Go to our website for a full menu of our sandwiches and salads. We also sell deli meats and cheeses sliced in quarter-pound increments. We have full lines of sodas, snack foods and other convenience items. We now have a full bar area and are serving our speciality deli foods. Open April - Sept”
- Recommandé par 5 habitants
“They make their famous donuts to order and cover them with amazing toppings!!!”
- Recommandé par 7 habitants
“No trip to Ocean City is complete without a trip to Grotto Pizza! See for yourself why Grottos is rated as the #1 pizza place in OC. From Six incredible pizza places to try in Ocean City: “Grotto Pizza is a small chain on the Eastern Shore with locations in Delaware, Pennsylvania and of course, Maryland. Grotto Pizza was founded in 1960 by Dominick Pulieri, the son of two Italian immigrants. Even though the people of Sussex County weren’t familiar with pizza at the time, Pulieri quickly found himself serving the locals and even the tourists. You can be confident in the pizza they serve, which has an authentic Italian background, and Pulieri’s story goes to show just how delicious Grotto’s pizza is. Clearly, the same love for Grotto’s has transcended over half a century to today’s generation. If you’re craving a piece of pizza now, Grotto Pizza can be found on 125th and 14th Streets. Both Ocean City locations are open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., and on Fridays and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.””
- Recommandé par 7 habitants