Adelene Opens At The Port-O-Call


You know that giant pink hotel straight out of the 60s and right on the boardwalk in Ocean City? It’s called the Port-O-Call Hotel, and it’s definitely a classic Ocean City landmark.

Well recently, the family-friendly hotel decided to upgrade their dated dining room into a restaurant fit for a good vacation.

What used to be called The Pink Parrot, is now named Adelene, and owner Jessica Scully decided to tear down the walls, open the space up, redesign it to be a little more accommodating to those that don’t frequent places called “The Pink Parrot”, and got a chef, Andrew Tuano, who promises quality dinners for the beach-front restaurant.

You can check out the newly-revamped menu below:

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  • Dan

    Eh, how is this sustainable?

    As I recall they don’t allow BYOB. I have a hard time believing that parents with families will pony up this kinda scratch (although it isn’t really exorbitant) without being able to bring a flabby cab and an over-oaked chard with critters on them.

  • For Serial

    Looks good and menu sounds tasty, except I’ll never go there because I can’t drink alcohol there.

    Been going to OCNJ my entire life (28 years), and the fact that the city doesn’t allow at least BYO restaurants is beyond perplexing/infuriating.

  • Danielle

    The view makes up for the lack of alcohol (since it’s prohibited anyway). That, and easy access to the boardwalk, make it a great choice for families who want to have s great dining experience and still hit the rides. But the best part is that if you have a private party, you can have booze! Best of both worlds!