This late-19th-century building – once the village hotel – is a scenic place for a burger. The same owners also have the bar, Boat House, on the towpath, which oozes even more historic atmosphere.
Don't ask why an Irish bar has the best thin-crust pizza on the shore – just enjoy. The rest of the menu is solid, if standard, and comes in mammoth portions.
This clubby-feeling classic on the wharf serves local oysters and scallops. No reservations means very long waits – go early or late.
This wide-ranging collection is particularly strong on antiquities, Asian art and photography.
Best known as the bar where Bruce Springsteen launched his career, the Pony has continued to be a respectable rock venue – a genuine, sweaty, feet-stick-to-the-floor club – and hosts a big outdoor festival at the be…
Deutschland by the Sea: quaff from 41 draft ales in the rooftop beer garden or check out live music in a space as big as two barns, with classic long beer-hall tables. Pretzels bigger than your face and stylish stei…
Of the 10 miles of relatively untouched beach, one is open for swimming; the rest makes a nice bike ride. On the bay side, the lush tidal marshes are good for kayaking.
A nonprofit institute runs tours, recitals and silent films to maintain the Boardwalk Hall's two historic – and impressive – pipe organs – the 'sonic Mount Rushmore.'
A still grungy, seen-it-all venue. Most shows are for over-21s.
Legendary, giant and delicious sub sandwiches. A half is plenty for two.