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Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls: Sneak Peek

/ Updated on March 22, 2017

Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls is open at 67 Rehoboth Avenue on the Ocean Block (where Nonna’s Sweet Treats used to be). Mason’s is a household word in Annapolis and the lobster rolls are quite tasty. How do I know? Because … Continue reading

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Fuego To Go: Sneak Peek

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That little spot at 4 North First Street (next to Nicola’s) has seen a parade of short-lived ventures – most of which barely lasted a year. I suspect things might be different with Rob Cruz’ and Phillip Hollar’s Fuego To … Continue reading

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1776 Steakhouse

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When I first published this article in 2009, I know I annoyed 1776’s hands-on co-owner Tom Holmes by comparing him to Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, and he told me that he doesn’t compare himself to them. But Tom, I beg to … Continue reading

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Beaches Seafood Market & Restaurant

/ Updated on March 14, 2017

Former Jimmy Lynn’s customers Don and Lori Allan have been mourning the departure of Jimmy and Lynn Parks and their popular seafood market ever since they closed their doors a couple of years ago. The building was occupied for a … Continue reading

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Pete’s Steak Shop

/ Updated on February 25, 2017

After exhaustive studies and fact-finding missions since I first wrote about Pete’s in 2012, I have reached this conclusion: There are two camps of cheesesteak aficionados out there. (1) Those who love their cheesesteaks on the soft, Amoroso’s Bakery-style roll; the mainstay … Continue reading

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The Buttery

/ Updated on February 24, 2017

It’s been a while since my original review of The Buttery was written (December 2007, to be exact!). Of course there were many updates along the way, but a lot has happened since then. Opening chefs Gary & Lorraine Papp … Continue reading

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Georgia House

/ Updated on March 16, 2017

First of all, it’s not THAT far. The Millsboro location is about 15 minutes west of Rehoboth Beach on Rt. 24 (turn west at the big McDonald’s on Beach Highway). In the middle of Millsboro, Georgia House certainly defines “comfort food.” … Continue reading

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Confucius Chinese Cuisine

/ Updated on January 22, 2017

My first review of Confucius was posted here at RehobothFoodie.com on October 18, 2009. So I’ll get straight to the point: Confucius is still batting a thousand. Like all restaurants in all price ranges, it has its occasional ups and … Continue reading

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Matt’s Fish Camp Lewes

/ Updated on October 29, 2016

Matt’s Fish Camp Lewes, the second installation of Matt Haley’s concept of simple East Coast seafood served up in an informal and relaxed setting, is up and running – with a vengeance! Seats in this small-to-medium-sized eatery are already the … Continue reading

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Leo’s Modern Mixture

/ Updated on June 27, 2016

Modern Mixture is now Leo’s Modern Mixture. Actually, it always was, but he wanted to mark his re-dedication to the tiny eatery by branding it with his name. Welcome back, Leo! We missed you. Leo’s menu invites you to “Come … Continue reading

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