Sunday, January 25, 2015

Bayside Skillet, Ocean City, MD

Visit to the Bayside Skillet, 
Ocean City, Maryland

1. During the busy season, this popular place gets very crowded. The website saying that reservations are not taken for breakfast, just dinner, meaning that during high season it probably gets very crowded. 

(Editorial Use only)

Bayside Skillet, Ocean City, Maryland (Editorial Use only)

2. The sign outside says "The Crepe and Omelette Place" and they mean it. No pancakes, waffles or french toast. They also serve frittatas, known to some of us as a Spanish tortilla: an omelette that's stays open faced with a choice of toppings, with or without marinara sauce. 

3. The bar opens at 9AM, it's the law, even though the restaurant opens at 7. It closes at 2PM during the off season. You can perk up your breakfast with a cocktail, which were not designed to get you falling off the chair. 


4. Portions are generous (which accounts for the higher end prices). Some plates can be shared.

Seafood Crepe


5. Although it seems a bit touristy, with the pink (with strawberries) decor, the staff is very friendly and efficient. Like many breakfast places, you can purchase a souvenir on the way out. 


Berries and the homemade Chantilly Cream


Bayside Skillet, 7701 Coastal Highway (US Rte. 1), Ocean City, MD; tel:410.524.7950, www.baysideskillet.com.

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