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Access AXIS soon

/ Updated on November 13, 2016

The old Seafood Shack on Baltimore Avenue in Rehoboth Beach will soon morph into the playfully tilted Axis, owned and operated by Lion, Meghan, Tim and Randy from the Blue Moon. There are no plans to open until well into … Continue reading

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The Truth about Truffle Oil

/ Updated on November 13, 2016

I learned quite a bit about truffles after being a part of the 3-day truffle extravaganza hosted by Black Diamond Black Truffle Orchards and SoDel Concepts in mid-summer 2015. I hate truffle oil (regulars here know that is no secret), … Continue reading

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Looking for Something?

/ Updated on October 31, 2016

Looking for a specific restaurant review or article on RehobothFoodie.com? Easy! Browse locations and cuisines by clicking “REVIEWS” at the top of the page under the Foodie logo (just look UP – see it?), and then select what you’d like … Continue reading

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The New RAH

/ Updated on September 30, 2016

The longtime Wilmington Avenue watering hole Rehoboth Ale House (formerly Ram’s Head) is under new management. Though it was owned for a short time by Bill Gibbs of Dough Roller fame, new proprietors Kyle McLaughlin and Adam Newman (of Dewey … Continue reading

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Foodie in Beach Paper

/ Updated on August 14, 2016

Did you know that the Rehoboth Foodie has a weekly column in Beach Paper? It’s called Steppin’ Up to the Plate. Short, sweet and informative – not unlike The Foodie himself. Check out the most recent articles by clicking here: … Continue reading

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Apple Users: Get your Update!

/ Updated on January 14, 2017

NOTE TO iPhone/iPad APP OWNERS: Major update 2.0.4 for Rehoboth In My Pocket is ready for download to your phone. It eliminates the problems encountered with iOS-10. Allow your Rehoboth in my Pocket app to update automatically so you can … Continue reading

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Wisdom from a Pro

/ Updated on March 13, 2015

I couldn’t resist bringing you this quote from celebrated food critic and editor Ruth Reichl from her book. Garlic and Sapphires: “There is no right or wrong in matters of taste. It’s just an opinion. And in the case of … Continue reading

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