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#21 of 67 Outdoor Activities in Ocean City
Okay Lunch - Great Location
First time here and we'll probably return. The restaurant sits just under the route 50 bridge as you enter/leave Ocean City. We got here at 11:15ish just before lunch, but the kitchen started to...read full review
Great Grouper and Flounder
Always stop for the fried flounder and home fries breakfast and it was perfect as usual! Stopped for happy hour this year and had the grouper fingers which were awesome. Service was great both...read full review
Slowest service and missing half or breakfast order....never again will I return. This was my 2nd chance for you!
My girlfriend and I stopped in for breakfast, we haven eaten here in years. Last time we ate here the food wasn’t that great. Well, this was there second chance/try. I ordered the Big Bayou...read full review
Open Today 7:30 am - 12:00 am
312 Talbot St, Ocean City, MD 21842(410) 289-7424
The Angler Restaurant & Dock Bar is located on Talbot Street and the bay in downtown Ocean City. Established in 1938, the Angler features breakfast, lunch and dinner overlooking the Sinepuxent Bay. Dine on great seafood including raw bar items and fresh fish or join us for happy hour or evening entertainment.
Deep Sea Fishing:
The Angler offers deep sea fishing daily on our 65 foot fiberglass party boat. Catches include sea bass, cod, trout and other varieties. Our nature cruises are one of our most popular attractions. We cruise by Assateague Island and off shore through the inlet which will give you the opportunity to view a variety of exciting wildlife.
Travel Ocean City's bays aboard our 65' fiberglass party boat. Cruise the shores of our local National Park of Assateague Island, where ponies roam freely along barrier island shores. Waterfowl including Osprey nest in these areas as well. As your tour heads offshore to the Atlantic Ocean, you'll move through Ocean City's inlet, notoriously cut in 1933. Dolphins come to our Atlantic Ocean area during the summer months. Bring your camera for shots of these natural wonders.