Top 5 New Bars And Restaurants In Worcester County, Maryland

Top 5 New Bars And Restaurants In Worcester County, Maryland

Worcester County, Maryland, has no shortage of great restaurants, and new ones are popping up all the time. From new breweries and cafes to seafood to Italian, hungry or thirsty visitors will always find what they’re craving. Here are the five new bars and restaurants you need to know about in Worcester County.

  1. Shotti’s Point

After many extensive surf trips around the world, owner Mike Shott, has decided to go after his lifelong dream of owning and operating his own bar, creating a menu of dishes with his own spin, and keeping true to a locals spot in Ocean City, serving lunch, dinner, beer, wine and specialty cocktails!Open since December 2016, menu items include names like Pipeline, Capricious Crab, Tsunami Tacos, the Snake Charmer. Look for shrimp, mussels, tacos, BBQ and burgers to come in plenty of varieties.


  1. Braddah Barney’s

This is a modern Asia fusian café tucked away on Sunset Drive in West Ocean City but don’t worry, plenty of people are finding it. Menu items include dumplings, lettuce wraps, Poke, bao buns and kimchi. You don’t typically find this in the area and it’s a refreshing change!


  1. DiFebo’s Restaurant

Calling themselves a modern Italian grill, DiFebo’s in Berlin is the family’s third location joining  DiFebo’s in Bethany Beach and Rehoboth. The family specializes in Abruzzi-Style Italian cuisine with Roots in Rosetta Italy. Dishes like Big Bob’s famous homemade gravy and meatballs and hand-rolled sweet Abruzzi raviolis make this new restaurant a must visit. I personally love the brussel sprouts.


  1. Rare and Rye

Don’t let the location fool you (which is inside the La Quinta Hotel at 32nd Street). This place is Ocean City’s first whiskey and wine bar and quickly becoming one of the best restaurants on the island.  Their offerings include small plates and flatbreads to steamers and entrees like ribeyes, duck breast and seafood. They even have a kids menu.


  1. Red Red Wine Bar

Located at 48th Street in Ocean City, Red Red Wine Bar offers 35+ wines by the glass and over 120 bottles to pair perfectly with a gourmet menu. Think of it as Maryland coastal meets California gourmet with a touch of New Orleans gluttony. The Red Red Wine Bar philosophy is simple; buy local, support local musicians, artists, style, innovation and the creative community.