Fishtales... 22nd street and the bay: Fishtales... mellow nightlife rocks!
Yeah, so Seacrets is cool if you're into the touristy thing with expensive drinks and gazillions of people, but if you're looking for a cool place with a great atmosphere try out FishTales on 22nd street and the bay. I am a college student who has lived in Ocean City the past 3 summers and 2 or 3 nights a week my roomates and friends would meet at FishTales after work to relax on their beach. They have a big sandy area along the bay with picnic tables and Tiki Torches. The staff there are laid back and you don't have to wait a year to get your drinks. There are cool swinging chairs to hang out in and always cute girls hanging around. FishTales is great... find a table in the sand, and kick off your shoes and enjoy!
Dress Code: Casual... just the way it should be.
- School Holidays
- Road Trip
- Beer Tasting
Seacrets: a piece of Jamacia in the Northeast
The shipwrecked beach bar, the innertubes on the bay where your server brings you drinks and the sounds of the islands make this a must see in Ocean City.
Tip: Get a sitter for the kids much more fun that way!
Dress Code: casual
Paddock / Big Kahuna / Rush: 3 in 1 clubs
Younger crowd 21-up.
Very Crowded on W-E.
also , in Summer time on Wends. night , go to web site and you can vote live in the Bikini contest.
Dress Code: in a beach town...nada
Boardwalk Night Life: Local Custom
Ride the rides, haunted houses, arcades, shops, henna body art, piercings, braids, get your name written on a piece of rice (oh brother), bars, oh the bars.
The Purple Moose is our favorite bar. Never met anyone who ever had a bad time at the Purple Moose Saloon!
Dress Code: At the beach, the rules are there are no rules, however, at restaurants, shirts and shoes are usually required by law.
- Women's Travel
- Family Travel
Seacrets: The Biggest, Most Exciting Night Club in OC
Seacrets - OC's original island paradise. Rafts floating in the bay, inside/outside dining, 14 bars (some of which are in open air), Beach Parties every day (Jamaican getaway) and live bands every night are not quite enough for this favourite hot spot! 140,000 sq. feet (about 42,400 sq. metres) of paradise!
Photo by Stephen Cherry
Dress Code: Take swimwear for beach day parties at summer time. Don't forget you're in Jamaica!
SEACRETS Club: SEACRETS Club
The place is like a big beach party. Palm trees, reggae bands, great food and drinks and a nice staff.
The owner has modeled the place on several visits to Jamaica beach bars ie:'Cocktail' and the atomsphere is laid back Caribbean, etc. A fun place for all!!
It's positioned on the bay, too, so you can bring your boat or jetski. During the day, families gather and eat lunch--at night it turns into a definite couples and cruisers spot.
Dress Code: I am sure there is one, but I don't think anyone cares.
TUBBIES Sub shop: 2am+NO more beer= greasy food
what else to do after getting your fill on Vodka/Rum/Burbon/ Beer , but to eat a 'healthy' night time snack...
Dress Code: bib optional
- Food and Dining
Purple Moose: Rock n Roll
Always has a band(s) on the W-E..summertime weeknights too..Classic / Southern / Rock....GREAT....you can stop in during the day , drink , and get carry-out food delivered to the bar...
Dress Code: beach formal