It’s an exciting time for the Ocean Pines Association. Staff members are gearing up for upgrades to “Mumford's Landing in Ocean Pines,” the new name for the Yacht Club facility, as the association rolls out a re-branding campaign.
The amenity is closed now, Wednesday, Jan. 4, until mid-January for upgrades. While the space will remain the same structurally, more features at the recently-constructed 20-foot-long bar, “Tuffy's Tavern,” will be installed. Crews will work to paint a good portion of the facility and complete a thorough clean of the entire building. IT Director Paul Fazzalaro is spearheading the installation of new information technology at Mumford’s Landing in Ocean Pines. Signage will be replaced around the facility and community to reflect the recent changes. The upgrades will better serve Ocean Pines residents and guests.
“The Cove at Mumford’s” will also see some menu changes. The kitchen will serve up a plate of new menu items, many of which were once ‘weekend specials’ that are crowd-favorites. A carry-out menu will also be added to the mix.
Ensuring the amenity runs smoothly, the association is holding a job fair to fill all positions on Saturday, Jan. 7, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at 1 Mumford’s Landing Road in Ocean Pines. Available roles include bartenders, servers, floor managers, hosts, line cooks, prep cooks and server assistants, among others.
“Mumford’s Landing in Ocean Pines” and “The Cove at Mumford’s” restaurant are to open to the public. Look to weekly e-blast from the Ocean Pines Association for the latest on the updates to “The Cove at Mumford’s” and “Mumford’s Landing in Ocean Pines.”
Overlooking the Isle of Wight Bay, the amenity offers a new 2-level building with catering and dining facilities as well as an adults-only swimming pool and an adjacent family and tot pool.