picture of foor at Put-in-Bay Restaurants Boardwalk


Great Food & Service Island Style!

No matter what your food craving, Put-in-Bay Restaurants offer a wide variety of steaks, locally caught Lake Erie Perch & Walleye as well as casual & fast food options. All just a short walk from the resort. Explore the island’s eateries and indulge, You’re ON VACATION!

Put-in-Bay Restaurants


Picture of the Blue Marlin Grill Restaurant

Blue Marlin Grill Restaurant

Photo of big mans burrito stand restaurant Put-in-Bay

Big Mans Burrito Stand

Picture of the The Boardwalk Restaurant Put-in-Bay

Boardwalk Restaurant

Picture of the Put-in-Bay Pizza Company Restaurant Put-in-Bay

Put-in-Bay Pizza Company

Picture of the chicken patio restaurant Put-in-Bay

Chicken Patio

Picture of the Beer Barrel Saloon Restaurant

Beer Barrel Saloon

Photo of the Dairy Isle Restaurant

Dairy Isle

Picture Of Dandee's Snack Shak Restaurant

DanDee’s Snack

Picture of Dj's Ice Cream Put-in-Bay

Dj’s Ice Cream

Picture of the Frosty Pizza restaurant Put-in-Bay

Frosty Family Pizza Bar

Photo of the Fish Shack Restaurant Put-in-Bay

Fish Shack At The Boardwalk

Picture of Heineman Winery Put-in-Bay

Heineman Winery

Photo of Hooligans Irish Restaurant Put-in-Bay

Hooligans Irish Pub

Picture of Joe's Bar -and-restaurant Put-in-Bay

Joe’s Bar & Restaurant

Photo of Little-Galley-Restaurant Put-in-Bay

Little Galley At the Boardwalk

Picture of Margaritas-On-The-Rock Restaurant Put-in-Bay


Photo of Mama-Marias-Put-in-Bay

Mama Maria’s

Picture of Mojito-Bay-Restaurant-Put-in-Bay

Mojito Bay

Photo of the Crew's Nest Restaurant

Crews Nest

Picture of Mossbacks Restaurant at Put-in-Bay


Picture or Mr. Ed's Restaurant Put-in-Bay

Mr. Ed’s Bar & Grill

Photo of Pasquale’s Cafe Restaurant Put-in-Bay

Pasquales Cafe

Picture of the Put-in-Bay Winery

Put-in-Bay Winery

Picture of the Put-in-Bay Brewing Company

Put-in-Bay Brewery

Photo of Red Moon Saloon-Restaurant-Put-in-Bay

Red Moon Saloon

Reel Bar Restaurant Photo

Reel Bar Restaurant

Photo of Rita's Cantina Restaurant at Put-in-Bay

Rita’s Cantina At the Boardwalk

Photo of Tippers Restaurant

Tippers Restaurant

Photo of T&J's Smokhouse Restaurant

T&J’s Restaurant

Picture of the boat house bar & grill

The Boathouse Bar & Grill

Picture of The Keys Restaurants Put-in-Bay

The Keys Restaurants

picture of the Upper Deck Restaurant

The Upper Deck At The Boardwalk

Picture of the Boathouse Biergarten at Put-in-Bay

Boathouse Biergarten

Photo of the Put-in-Bay Village Bakery

The Village Bakery

photo of the Old Forge Restaurant

The Old Forge

Picture of the The Goat Restaurant

The Goat

Picture of the Sand bar Put-in-Bay

The Sandbar

Picture of the Subway Put-in-Bay


Picture Of The Topsy Turvey Restaurant

Topsy Turvey

Photo of Chocolate Cafe Gift Shop at Put-in-Bay

Chocolate Cafe

We have always had a great time visiting the island and the experiences we have had at the Put-in-Bay Restaurants are an important part of our trip!

Michael Palmer, Trip Advisor Member

Put-in-Bay Restaurants have always been trendsetters early on. The Beebe House and the famous Victory Hotel boasted dining rooms seating over 500 people. In early Put-in-Bay History, steamships would bring visitors to Put-in-Bay by the thousands to enjoy the resort island.

Over the years most of the original Put-in-Bay Restaurants such as the Colonial were destroyed by fire or converted to another use. Ironically most of the restaurants at Put-in-Bay today began their life as something else!

The current location of Mossbacks Restaurant was once the Put-in-Bay Hardware Store. The Old Forge began it’s life as a blacksmiths shop and then for many years was a gift shop. The Put-in-Bay Brewery once was home to the Put-in-Bay Volunteer Fire Department.

Along Delaware Avenue, the Frosty Bar was once a dry goods store and the T&J’s Smokehouse was a hotel and then known as The Crescent Restaurant operated for many years by the Stoiber Family, The Goat was once a winery and then operated as Daily’s Tavern by the family of legendary Pat Daily, a popular Put-in-Bay Entertainer for many years.

The wide diversity of food offered at Put-in-Bay Restaurants has evolved over the years and present-day offers just about every popular food one would desire. The General rule of thumb for dress is resort casual. Many of the local restaurants rely on seasonal workers to help staff and care for the large crowds that vacation at Put-in-Bay each season.

Restaurants at Put-in-Bay face unique challenges in their operation in that all products must be brought to the island by ferry boat. Aside from the added expense of transportation, careful planning of inventory levels is critical. Running out of an item is not an option when restocking means a lengthy and expensive trip to the mainland!