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Ocean City's Seacrets named top beach bar by Daily Meal

Seacrets, one of Ocean City’s most popular destinations, is also one of the top 25 beach bars in the country, according to The Daily Meal. The list applauds Seacrets’ spring break feel and calls the bar and restaurant a “lively waterfront behemoth.” Seacrets’ multiple music stages and signature...

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