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Cuisine

American, Seafood, Steaks/Steakhouse

Dining Options

Carry-Out, Kid Friendly, Outdoor Dining, Waterfront

Meal Types

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
#23 of 75 Outdoor Activities in Ocean City
Recent Reviews
VACATION IN OCEAN CITY IN SEPTEMBER
A nice sunset location on the bay in the inlet. The server, Taylor, was very attentive and efficient but also very busy. We ordered the fried flounder sandwich which comes on an over sized roll that...
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Not Sure About Repeat Visit
Outdoor eating on the bay, situated along the marina. Overall nice atmosphere. Drinks in the weak side. Food preparation seems a bit inconsistent although Crab soup offers a nice tang. Visiting...
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Great place, outdoor seating right on water by docks you can watch bridge lift and boats go under as you eat. Lobster tails and shrimp imperial were great along with our fried Grouper for a app...
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Angler

Closed for the Season
312 Talbot St, Ocean City, MD 21842
(410) 289-7424

Details

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.
 
Nature Cruises:
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.
 
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