Chincoteague is one of the best places to go on summer vacation, and with so many nice restaurants on the island, it's also a great place to be a foodie. Here are a few local restaurants in Chincoteague you'll want to try next time you are in town.
Mr. Baldy's Family Restaurant
Enjoy family-friendly dining in a casual setting at Mr. Baldy's in Chincoteague. There's nothing fancy about this little diner on the island, but locals love coming here to grab breakfast on Sundays. On the menu, you'll find all your favorites like eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, soups, and sanwiches. The restaurant also offers several seafood entrees like soft crabs and scallops.
Etta's Channel Side Restaurant
Etta's is the best place to enjoy waterfront dining in Chincoteague. When you dine at Etta's, you'll be able to enjoy the island's freshest seafood dishes while taking in stunning views of the Assateague Channel. The restaurant has a pleasant, elegant atmosphere, making it the perfect spot for date night or to celebrate a special occasion. Scallops, crab cakes, shrimp, oysters, steaks, and pasta bowls are carefully prepared to be flavorful and satisfying.
Woody's Serious Food
Woody's is a beach-themed food truck with a relaxed outdoor seating area serving up Chincoteague's best barbecue. Pulled pork, ribs, smoked chicken, baked beans, cole slaw, and sweets are made fresh and best enjoyed outdoors under the sun. Come as you are to enjoy piping hot barbecue and ice-cold drinks while you relax at Woody's under an umbrella.
Beach Road Round-Up
If you're in the mood for a no-frills, affordable breakfast, or a laid-back lunch, head over to Beach Road Round-Up. This little red restaurant serves up American classics for breakfast and lunch, and it's one of Chincoteague's most popular places to grab a quick bite. Egg platters, pancakes, sandwiches, subs, and more are always on the menu and always delicious.