People have complained that they don't like to keep their boats at Solomons anymore because of the noise from the Tiki Bar.
We met some friends here - they were anchored out and were coming south on the ICW. We had some drinks (non-alcoholic for me) and then we took them to dinner in our car. It was October, so it wasn't as crowded.
Dress Code: A review of the place (the URL below) says in part:
"Aside from the name, a few token Tikis, and some obligatory pre-mixed sub-tropical drinks, you'd be hard pressed to call this place a true Tiki Bar at all. And yet, it was a beautiful day, I was with a gorgeous girl, the staff were nice, the locals were drunk (and impressed that I was "writing a book about their place"*), a breeze was blowing over the boat-filled bay, and I had a strong (if rank) drink in my hand and nowhere to be. What more do you really need? "
In 2010, there was a bar/nightclub upstairs. There are pool tables and a DJ came in at 9 p.m. on Thursdays. There is also a bar with the restaurant downstairs. Their signature drink was the Orange Crush. I didn't try it.
When we went to dinner at Harbor Sounds in the summer of 2006, we saw that there was a Music Room upstairs. We went early on Friday night, and by the time we had finished eating, they were setting up the instruments for the music.
They apparently had music and bands on Friday and Saturday night, plus other activities from Tuesday through Thursday.
This is the place that visitors talk about. Solomons is known for this distinctive outdoor bar overlooking the marina. Open from April to October, it serves up Mai Tais, mohitos, and other tropical drinks. This is the town's best-known hangout.