Harrison Group Paul Revere Smorgasbord

Located on the Boardwalk, the Paul Revere Smorgasbord serves an All-You-Can-Eat Colonial Feast that you can't pass up. Featuring Seafood, Italian, Mexican, a Carving Station and more!

Ocean City is widely known in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States and is a frequent vacation destination. The city hosts around 345,000 vacationers every weekend during the summer months and up to 8 million visitors annually.  It is conveniently located within driving distance from Washington D.C., Philadelphia and New York City.

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Why should you work at Paul Revere Smorgasbord?

 

-           Spend your days off relaxing on the wide sandy beaches of Ocean City, MD!

-           Close to Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and New York City

-           Explore the three miles of Ocean City’s boardwalk!

-           Good hours and pay

 

Housing Options in Ocean City: Where will I live?

 

Paul Revere Smorgasbord provides you with great assistance in finding housing in the area. Housing in Ocean City can be difficult to find, so we recommend starting your search as soon as possible! You can expect to pay between $90 and $120 per week. The sooner you start looking for housing, the better and less expensive your options will be!

 

It will be your responsibility to contact landlords directly and secure your housing! It is HIGHLY recommended that you arrange housing before you arrive. This employer cannot guarantee assistance if you arrive without pre-arranged housing.

 

The Ocean City Chamber of Commerce has put together a list of housing options here.

 

Also, visit the Ocean City Seasonal Workforce website for some great resources for housing and area information!

 

About Ocean City, MD

 

Ocean City is 10 miles long and about a half mile wide. It is conveniently located within driving distance from Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and New York City. Ocean City, MD was rated the Number 1 “Most Fun, Affordable City” by Bloomberg Businessweek! Ocean City is home to up to 8 million visitors per year, making it the second most populated town during the summer months!

 

Ocean City offers great resources for International Students with the Ocean City Student Center and the Ocean City Seasonal Workforce. Visit them for information on transportation, housing, events, and more.

 

For more information about Ocean City and things to do and see, visit:

http://ococean.com/dining-and-nightlife.

 

Check out upcoming events in Ocean City here!

 

Weather in Ocean City, MD

 

Located in the middle of the East Coast, Ocean City has a humid, subtropical climate with hot, humid summers and mild, wet winters. While temperatures can climb up to 80+ degrees Fahrenheit (26 degrees Celsius) in the summer, the ocean breezes help keep visitors cool.

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How to Get There

Students should contact employer with travel information as soon as flights are secured and definitely before leaving for US. Students should arrive to either Dulles or Baltimore airport. They can then take the Greyhound bus (www.greyhound.com) into Ocean City.