The Wedding of the Sea Festival, an annual Atlantic City summer tradition for many years, returns to the city's Ducktown neighborhood today.

Coinciding with the Mass celebrating the Feast of the Assumption of Mary being held today at noon at Boardwalk Hall, followed by the procession to the ocean for the Wedding of the Sea blessing, the festival will feature games, music and food vendors from many of Atlantic City's favorite eateries.

The festival, which was last held in 1996, runs from 12:30-6PM today at St. Michael's Church, 10 N. Mississippi Avenue in Ducktown.

Here's a list of the restaurants involved in the Wedding of the Sea Festival, according to their Facebook page.

Angeloni's II
Angelo's Fairmount Tavern
Barbera Seafood
Dock's Oyster House
Ducktown Tavern
El Charro
Formica Brothers Bakery Cafe
Little Saigon
Peace Pies
White House Subs

FREE parking at the parking lot across from Angelo's on Fairmount Ave. (b/w Georgia & Mississippi).

In addition to the great food there will be live music, children's game, and face painting. Tons of fun for the whole family!

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