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Cafe Azafran

/ Updated on July 23, 2017

Chef and part-owner Richard Steele used to handle the cooking duties at the Lamp Post Inn, his family’s Coastal Highway restaurant (now long-gone and reborn under new ownership as Crabby Dick’s Seafood). In fact, Richard’s grandmother was the proprietor of Fenwick’s iconic breakfast spot, … Continue reading

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Back Porch Cafe

/ Updated on June 15, 2017

Forty-two years in 2016 … and counting! The Back Porch Cafe is the oldest fine-dining establishment in Rehoboth Beach. Thirty-five years ago, the late award-winning chef and co-owner Leo Medisch attended culinary school in New York City. While there, he … Continue reading

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Bethany Blues (Lewes)

/ Updated on June 15, 2017

Bethany Blues first location in Bethany Beach quickly became a “Cheers”-like watering hole for visitors and locals alike. The food was consistent, though there were some hits and misses. As a Pitmaster and former BBQ restaurant owner myself, I can’t help … Continue reading

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Lupo Italian Kitchen

/ Updated on June 15, 2017

The late Matt Haley’s Lupo Italian Kitchen (formerly Lupo di Mare) in downtown Rehoboth Beach bears his signature everywhere you look. The uncluttered and open decor sports lots of white space, with well-trained servers and basic ingredients treated to a creative twist. … Continue reading

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La Tonalteca

/ Updated on April 9, 2015

Of all the landmarks in Delaware, the most ubiquitous are the La Tolteca and La Tonalteca Mexican restaurants. They split a while ago by making the minor changes in their names, but they’re all pretty much the same. My experience is limited … Continue reading

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