Two Mile Landing, Wildwood, NJ: A Restaurant Review

Two Mile Landing, Wildwood
Two Mile Landing - The Crab House and 2 Mile Restaurant and Bar
Fish Dock Road
At the base of the Wildwood crest bridge
Wildwood Crest, NJ 08260
(609) 522-1341
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Restaurant Highlights

Fare: Seafood

Price: Moderate

Value: Very Good

Noise Level: Moderate

Scenic Marina waterfront sunset views and outside deck dining.

Recommended For: Family Diners who enjoy reasonably priced fresh seafood with a scenic waterfront setting.

Not Recommended For: Diners who prefer upscale dining, in a more formal setting, and with more complex food preparation.

Recommended dishes: When available, All You Can Eat whole Blue Claw Crabs (only Available on the Crab Deck); Grilled Fish of the Day; and the Garlic Crabs.

Liquor: Good selection of reasonably priced beer, wines and specialty cocktails. Bar scene is vibrant.



Restaurant Review

Two Mile Landing, a popular family seafood restaurant with a great waterside dining view and a nice sunset, is actually two restaurants in one location:
The Crab house and 2 Mile Restaurant and Bar, combines to offer two restaurants and four bars ---- in one facility.

The restaurants are owned and operated by the Hansen family, who also own H & H Seafood and Camp Kayaks, a rental-and-touring business.

While both restaurants are casual, the Crab House is the more casual of the two and offers an Ala Carte Menu with a 600 seat, loud informal deck, a picnic table crab section with plastic cups. The outdoor seating area is split with a covered and open table area. The Crab House serves up Maryland Style whole crabs --- a rarity on the Jersey Shore,

The 2 Mile Restaurant and Bar offers a tavern-style, full dinner menu with finer craft beers and wines and a softer setting. You can compare the two menus posted in the entrance way.

Their specialty is serving up a variety of fresh Maryland crab dishes shipped in daily from St. Michael's, Maryland. They are caught in the waters of the Chesapeake Bay and the Miles River. They also serve Dungeness crab dishes caught off the west coast and shipped quick frozen daily. The crab dishes are cooked steamed, not boiled, and are prepared with spices.

The remaining menu items are comparable to the other typical Wildwood family restaurants that tend to be mediocre in quality.

The restaurants have a backdrop of 500 feet of scenic views of the marina, inland waterways, marshlands, and the sunset.

They also have dock side boating at the Marina where you can dock your boat while you dine inside or order a full take out menu and cocktails.

This is an excellent choice for family dining. They are child friendly and offer a kids menu at both the Crab House and 2 Mile Restaurant and Bar,

(updated May 2017)

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