One establishment can hook you. And all the restaurants around it will make you want to eat dinner on the Intracoastal Waterway every night.
Walk the Intracoastal Waterway, smell the kitchen aromas, and hear the good times. There’s a wealth of quality restaurants with tables ready for you. It’s part of the beauty of dining in this area.
Here are five spots along the Intracoastal Waterway prime for a dinner date.
This place satisfies your desire for picturesque views and delicious food.
WHAT’S SO GOOD? Lots of public docks allow you to sail right in. Try the Captain Lance Tower. It’s a pound of snow crab legs, a half-pound of crab claws, a half-pound of shrimp, oysters, and more.
TRY THIS: Blue Crab mac and cheese. It’s crab and noodles in a creamy smoky cheddar cheese sauce and baked with herb breadcrumbs.
Locals and visitors have developed a taste for Boardwalk Billy’s.
WHAT’S SO GOOD? A raw bar to tell your friends about, plus a Ribs & Chicken entree that is a half rack and a half chicken! Try the Sashimi Dinner: 12 pieces of chef’s choice sashimi. At happy hour, enjoy Hawaiian shrimp and more.
TRY THIS: Hit the boardwalk for live music every night. Also, share Boardwalk Billy’s Famous Oyster Roast with your friends and family.
If you have a passion for fresh seafood, Crab Catchers is your place.
WHAT’S GOOD: Lunch or dinner. The local catch of the day is as fresh as it gets! Enjoy North Carolina flounder, soft-shell crabs, and seafood, grilled or fried. They serve a mean steak, and tons of delicious appetizers, too.
TRY THIS: Order the local catch of the day as a sandwich. It comes with homemade chips, or you can upgrade to their famous deep-fried corn.
Have you tried the newest restaurant on the waterway?
WHAT’S GOOD: This new building features docks for boats and jet skis. Belly up to fresh seafood and a wonderful raw bar. They’re famous for their fresh boutique oysters, prepared daily to order.
TRY THIS: An Angus steak and a lobster tail. It’s surf and turf to the delicious extreme. You can also order a live lobster or lobster tail.
It’s not a myth — Locals on the Water is a legend in these parts.
WHAT’S GOOD: All the outdoor seating for springtime waterfront dining. You can sit indoors too, and there’s a stage for live music, a fire pit, a playground with swings for kids, and more.
TRY THIS: Indulge in crab cakes with both cocktail sauce and remoulade. Choose a local cocktail, such as a Prickly Pear Margarita with 1800 tequila.
After a full day on the beach, come relax in comfort at Monterey Bay Suites. You’ll find pleasant staff, spacious rooms, and a FREE deluxe breakfast. Did we mention the fantastic views? Treat yourself to a quality escape to Monterey Bay Suites soon.
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