Opening Soon: Topsail Steamer in Ocean City

Starting the weekend of March 28-29, you’ll be able to indulge in the seafood delicacies of Topsail Steamer!

This new spot will open its doors at 3363 West Avenue at the end of March and offer a seafood selection served up in a unique way. Topsail Steamer sells freshly prepared steamer pots filled with your choice of ingredients. Select your favorite steam pot items for your seafood boil and the Topsail Steamer team will put it together for you within a matter of minutes. Once it’s ready to go, you’ll take the one-use steamer pot home with you, or to any other steam pot spot, and cook up the items for friends and family members to enjoy!

Originating in North Carolina, Topsail Steamer has two locations already in operation, one in Surf City and the other in Wrightsville Beach. This will be the third Topsail Steamer location and the first one in New Jersey.

Topsail Steamer Meal

Ready to learn more about Topsail Steamer? Here’s how it works: You can choose one of the seven Signature Bay Buckets® or build your own seafood bucket with a combination of choices including seafood, andouille sausage, or kielbasa for the ideal seafood boil. You’ll then select your size, the High Tider® (serves 4-5) or the Low Tider® (serves 2-3), and your desired seasoning from the following list of options: Classic, Cajun, Herb Blend, or Jimmy’s Way (a blend of Classic and Cajun spices). Once you have your steam pot prepared, you’ll receive easy-to-follow steaming instructions and you’re on your way to a savory seafood meal!

You can visit the location to get your order in motion or order in advance online. And, if your mouth is watering thinking about these fresh seafood steamer pots and you’re not in the local area, don’t worry, you can have a Topsail Steamer pot delivered to your door! This store-to-door service is all thanks to the Goldbelly delivery service!

Get ready for some new sensational seafood options, Ocean City, and welcome the Topsail Steamer team to the island this month!

Photo credit: Topsail Steamer