Periwinkles A Jersey Shore Eatery

Treat The Family to an affordable, fun, “alcohol free” dinner at Periwinkles!

Our food is Superior because we only concentrate on the food!

“No Worries, No Booze, Superior Service, Superior Food” We do, however, occasionally use liquor when we cook, (I know, you’re wondering how do we get alcohol into a “dry” town) that’s a secret, but you won’t find Sharon, Joe or any of the fine staff drinking it! (“Perish the Thought…”) We even named one of our specials after the famous Lake Brothers; it has seven different types of booze!   (jus’ kidding people, lighten up.)

Check out our Specials Page for some REALLY GREAT Specials this weekend!

See Ya There!!!

Periwinkles Petite Filet Mignon with Steamed Veggies and Home-Made Mashed Potatoes.

30 YEARS

JOE AND SHARON HAVE SPENT THE BETTER PART OF THE LAST 30 YEARS WORKING IN VARIOUS CAPACITIES AT THE ATLANTIC CITY CASINOS, THE SMITHVILLE INNE AND RENAULT WINERY, TO NAME A FEW.

Today, working together, they strive to apply that knowledge, skill and expertise to their restaurant thereby promising to provide you with the most memorable dining experience while in Ocean City.

Comfortably seated in Periwinkles’ clean, climate controlled dining room, you will enjoy only the freshest seafood, steaks, chicken, pasta and much more, all prepared  daily on premises by our professionally trained cooks and served to you by the finest, most experienced staff both on and off the island…

Chicken & Shrimp Amanda

OUR COMMITMENT TO FRESH, QUALITY AND VALUE

At Periwinkles, we purchase all of our products from local, family owned AND OPERATED pURVEYORS THIS ASSURES us (and you) that everything we buy is fresh and we know exactly who to call if it isn’t.

Our bread is baked in Atlantic City by Formica Brothers, seafood is delivered daily from Hesh’s SEAFOOD  in Bensalem, PA.

Ernest & Son Meat Market in Brigantine supplies our meat and poultry.

We do not buy from large suppliers as we have a personal commitment to supporting the local small business community.

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