OC Hotel Owners Unveil New Rare & Rye Restaurant
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Wasn't this the restaurant in the La Quinta? I always heard good things about the place, so this comes as a shock to me. Thanks for sharing. It was the restaurant in the La Quinta. But there are just so many restaurants in OC, and only so many people with so much money.
A new farm to table restaurant centered around whiskey and rye certainly got our attention. The main entrance to the restaurant involves walking up the outdoor stairwell on 33rd Street, passing through their outdoor seating and entering the restaurant. When we entered the restaurant, we were struck by the beautiful interior, and we were surprised to learn that it was designed to be an Authentic Green Space. This means that they have met certain standards for energy efficiency. Their outdoor seating area also features a few Living Canopies, a beautiful living shade that features solar-powered self watering systems.
Fantastic food, drinks, atsmophere, and friendly staff! The scallops and cheese board are delicious. Very nice wine selection. Hey Jeri, Thanks for your feedback, we really appreciate you stopping in to check us out! Cheers, jason. Newer place in OC Stopped for a drink and small bite with my wife Great decor and great menu to choose from The Manhattan I had was weak but the Moscow Mule my wife had was good Ordered their version of a Reuben Well constructed with good ingredients but with the bottom of the bun being soggy, that kinda took away from the dish overall. Hi Mark, Thanks for taking the time to write a review.
A very varied menu everything we had was delicious. Fried green tomatoes, short ribs, chicken Caesar salad and pizza. Everyone enjoyed their choices.
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OC is a great business location in summer. Since there are more people than places to eat just about every place, good or bad does ok in summer. Winter is I has gone there the past two summers. Love it.
Rare and Rye, Ocean City