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Fork + Flask @ Nage

/ Updated on September 1, 2016

Original chef/owner Kevin Reading’s Coastal Highway brainchild Nage has more than earned a place in the annals of Rehoboth Beach dining. The former Sweet Dreams bakery-turned-eatery was the launching pad for many local chefs and restaurants, none the least of … Continue reading

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208 Social

/ Updated on September 9, 2016

Last year, Michelin-starred chef Nate Leonard and his wife opened 208 Social where the old Stoney Lonen used to be. That Second and Wilmington corner has an interesting past. On May 24th, 2000, John Rishko and Nelia Dolen replaced Steve … Continue reading

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Chesapeake & Maine

/ Updated on March 2, 2017

The old Finbar’s is long gone (do you remember Potpourri before that?), and Dogfish Head’s tribute to Eastern Seaboard seafood is going strong. Those of you who frequented Finbar’s will not recognize the place, except for vestiges of the bar … Continue reading

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Forgotten Mile Ale House

/ Updated on November 11, 2016

Opening jitters at Steve and Mike Lucey’s Forgotten Mile Ale House on Coastal Highway between Rehoboth and Dewey Beaches quickly turned to smooth service and pretty good food. My last 6 visits – three for lunch, three for dinner – … Continue reading

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Crust & Craft

/ Updated on December 29, 2015

That little storefront on the far right end of Midway Galleria (next to Panera Bread) has seen its share of pizza joints. While this Midway pizza shuffle was going on, a young Brenton Wallace was toiling away at Zavino wine … Continue reading

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Royal Treat

/ Updated on September 14, 2015

A mainstay of Rehoboth history (and good breakfasts) is just steps from the Boardwalk on Wilmington Avenue. Like most businesses on Wilmington Avenue, their sign is hidden by trees, but the tall, stately beach cottage (and the long summer lines) … Continue reading

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Old World Breads Bakery

/ Updated on August 6, 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

/ Updated on August 19, 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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Sofi’s Crepes

/ Updated on October 31, 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) downtown RB

/ Updated on September 21, 2016

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

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