Feeling a little spicy? Rita’s Cantina is Put-in-Bay’s south-of-the-border mainstay. Located on the upper deck of the Boardwalk Restaurant you can easily head over as soon as you are dropped off from the Put in Bay ferry terminal or right before you leave. Rita’s serves up tasty tacos, nachos, and everyone’s favorite, margarita. Come on by and enjoy the lake views with a taco in hand, all summer long.
Is there anything more refreshing than a margarita after a sunny and rewarding day on the boat? After enjoying the waters of Lake Erie, stop by Rita’s. It is the perfect blend of tequila and juice. Rita’s makes all kinds of margaritas.
There’s always the classic on ice with salt. Or try the frozen peach margarita for something a little special. Margarita pros should definitely also try the Corona-Rita. A bottle of Corona is turned upside down in a frozen margarita for the ultimate beer cocktail.
Make summertime memories at The Boardwalk. Relish in the beautiful light. And finally make sure to snap plenty of selfies and pics of your friends. And remember this wonderful time. Everyone looks good on Put-in-Bay.
The Boardwalk is a central meeting place on Put-in-Bay making it one of the most popular things to do in Put in Bay. Minutes from the Jet Express terminal and the harbor, it is centrally located on the southern tip of South Bass Island. Also known out of all the Put in Bay restaurants for its incredible lobster bisque, diners can also enjoy casual eats at the Little Galley or the Fish Shak. The lower deck also houses two Put in Bay bars, Claw Daddy’s and Burger Bar and the whole place is pet friendly. They recently opened their shop, the Lobster Trap and ferry’s to Middle Bass Island departs from their docks.
Easy to get to from all parts of Put-in-Bay, The Boardwalk is ideally located for visitors. Minutes from the Jet Express terminal, it is also close to many of the downtown lodging options such as the Commodore Resort, and mere minutes away from the Island Club and other Put in Bay attractions.