The old village Post Office is the location of the Fish Bowl. Located in downtown Put in Bay, the Fish Bowl has large windows with views of the park and harbor. Recently renovated, the interior is now almost twice the size and beautifully decorated. This locals’ bar is the home of the fish drink, served in a small fish tank. Sunday entertainment from 2 to 6pm, and bands on the weekends including Bob Gatewood.
Located at the Boardwalk restaurant complex, the Fish Shack serves fresh breaded Walleye and Lake Erie Yellow Perch. Jumbo sized onion rings are a signature item! Diners can enjoy a refreshing view of the Put-in-Bay waterfront. Dine indoors or out, it’s your choice!
This island hotspot is well known for its pizza, sandwiches and some of the coldest beer on the island. Frosty’s is a must visit experience for an outstanding breakfast. Don’t miss the Eggs Benedict, and a Frosty Bloody Mary is an island tradition. Frosty Family Pizza Night is the season opening event that islanders look forward to every Spring.
The Backyard at Frosty’s Bar is a new and fun outdoor venue which serves fresh fruit margaritas, specialty cocktails and offers entertainment under the stars in the evening. Located on the main street of Delaware Avenue in downtown Put-in-Bay, we welcome your visit.
Once an original Put-in-Bay Ohio Winery, and formerly an island hotspot called Daileys, the Goat now has its own vibe. The Goat features freshly made soups daily, a wide variety of sandwiches, and a large selection of delicious dinner entrees. Diners may enjoy an outdoor gazebo style patio or indoor dining with a complete bar. The Goat is located on Catawba Avenue just a short golf cart ride from downtown Put-in-Bay.
Hooligans is Put-in-Bay’s Original ‘Irish Pub and a Snug, With Music and Grub.’ Featuring Reuben and Corned Beef sandwiches, Fish & Chips, Shepherd’s Pie and other delicious menu items. We also boast a wide variety of Irish Whiskeys and all your favorite spirits. Enjoy any one of our Draught Beers including, of course, Guinness — all poured in our 20oz Pint Glasses! Beautiful inside and out, Hooligans is proud to be your “Getaway at the Bay!”
Joe’s Bar & Restaurant is in the home of the old Doller grape wine cellar. This small bar is a must stop on your island tour. The home of the locals, where no one knows your name. A good selection of beers and mixes and the Sloppy Scotty sandwich. Always remember… beer is food, Eat at Joes.
The Keys Complex welcomes you to enjoy four distinct destinations for cocktails and dining, all in one beautiful waterfront location. Lola’s Key entices you with gourmet appetizers and an impressive selection of sandwiches and salads. Tortugas Rum Nation offers breakfast, lunch and dinner with an assortment of Caribbean and South Florida Menu Items. Daily entertainment is served with along with the best in Frozen Cocktails and top-shelf RUMS! The Crazy Chicken is our patio grill area where we serve up Jerk Chicken, Smoked Brisket, Smoked Half Chicken and some great St. Louis Ribs. Last but not least, come for a cocktail and enjoy the best in Sushi upstairs at Nagoya.
Enjoy burgers, fries and other quick fare in a beautiful waterfront setting. The Galley may be Little, but the portions are large! One of many restaurants located at The Boardwalk in Put-in-Bay Ohio. Your alternative to seafood at the Boardwalk complex.
Mossbacks is an upscale themed casual restaurant with great views of downtown Put-in-Bay, the park, public docks, and Lake Erie. It is furnished in a rich wooden wharfside manner. Specializing in fresh perch and walleye, 1/2 lb. burgers, steaks and chops, grilled Paninis, fresh salads, delicious appetizers, and desserts. Lunch and dinner are served daily. Mossbacks also features a children’s menu for the little ones. Mossbacks is located in what used to be the Doller building, built in 1867, one of the oldest buildings still standing on Put-in-Bay.
Pasquales Family Restaurant has been serving the best breakfast on Put-in-Bay for over 20 years. The popularity can be easily verified by seeing the long lines waiting outside every weekend morning. Over the years, the building has been an ice cream shop, barbershop, and U.S. Customs Office. However, the current family-friendly restaurant is the tastiest option. Still, the history of the building is quite interesting. Additionally, there is a fantastic view of DeRivera Park and downtown Put-in-Bay to enjoy. Breakfast, lunch and dinner is available. Also, a children’s menu is available.