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Old World Breads Bakery

by The Rehoboth Foodie
August 2, 2015

Noted gastronome, food writer and educator James Beard said it best: “Good bread is the most fundamentally satisfying of all foods, and good bread with fresh butter, the greatest of feasts!” My sentiments, exactly. James and I would have gotten … Continue reading

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Rustic Acres Market / Rehoboth Dairy

by The Rehoboth Foodie
July 25, 2015

Sometimes the most insignificant sound can rekindle memories of events long past. That certain song, a voice – and suddenly it all comes flooding back. Having spent much of my life in music and audio engineering, sound is what does … Continue reading

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Sneak Peek: 99 Sea Level

by The Rehoboth Foodie
Updated on August 1, 2015

99 Sea Level in the Marriott Bethany Beach Ocean Suites on the boardwalk at 99 Hollywood St. in Bethany Beach opened officially on July 23, 2015. The restaurant operations are being managed by DCDE Hospitality (our local Bethany Blues/Starboard boys). … Continue reading

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Sofi’s Crepes

by The Rehoboth Foodie
Updated on July 15, 2015

RakeMaster Jennifer treated us to a little crepe-making demo last night on the Boardwalk at William Frankis’ new crepe walkup, Sofi’s Crepes. His son, Mitch, 21, operates the outlet for both savory and sweet crepes. Sofi’s, which debuted in Annapolis … Continue reading

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Grandpa(MAC)

by The Rehoboth Foodie
Updated on July 31, 2015

2014 James Beard Rising Star Chef nominee and 2015 James Beard Best Chef nominee Hari Cameron of a(MUSE.) has teamed up with his brother Orion to open grandpa(MAC) pasta and carryout at 33A Baltimore Avenue, next to the Blue Moon. … Continue reading

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The Hills are Alive (with Gruner Veltliner)

by Catherine Hester
July 7, 2015

Let me be the 758th person to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the iconic film, “The Sound of Music.” Like many who fell in love with the movie, I was eager to visit the famous gazebo where “Going from 16 … Continue reading

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Bramble & Brine

by The Rehoboth Foodie
Updated on August 1, 2015

Joey Churchman and his Bramble & Brine are back. The restaurant underwent a brief closure as family issues were settled and resolved; but our young, longtime Rehoboth chef is back in the kitchen with a number of familiar faces who … Continue reading

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Palate

by The Rehoboth Foodie
Updated on July 23, 2015

Gary and Lorraine Papp (the original chefs at The Buttery many years ago) and proprietors of Essential Chef have opened Palate, a catering/cafe/gourmet to go combo. The standard delays related to licensing and inspections kept them closed for a bit … Continue reading

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Murph’s Beef & Ale

by The Rehoboth Foodie
Updated on August 3, 2015

Joanne Ketler and Patricia Cipollone have opened their brand new Murph’s Beef & Ale in the space that hosted the ill-fated PrimoHoagies on The Avenue in Henlopen Station center near Signarama, Casa DiLeo and the former Big Sissies (now The … Continue reading

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Sneak Peek: Baywood Greens

by The Rehoboth Foodie
Updated on July 24, 2015

Our last few visits to Baywood Greens were the first in almost 8 years. Our experiences back then were, in terms of service, lackluster at best. Baywood Greens went through a reorganization in the food service department, and I began … Continue reading

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