Open daily at 11 a.m., both restaurants will open year-round, he said. They are licensed to stay open until 2 a.m., Bolter said, but daily closing times for both eateries have not been finalized.
The approaches to both restaurants’ food and bar programs will remain the same, according to Bolter. Dry 85 will have more than 140 whiskeys, craft beer and a cocktail menu, while still serving food items like burgers, pork chops and wings. Red Red Wine Bar offers hand-tossed pizzas, and a wine list with more than 35 options by the glass.
Bolter, who opened the original Red Red Wine Bar in 2011 and Dry 85 in 2013, said he has noticed a shift in what Ocean City residents and visitors are looking for when dining out.