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Keep up the good work…

Your Lula Brazil article in the Cape Gazette [1/6/17 ‘The Business of Eating’] raised many good points not only about the restaurant business but all businesses. It is not uncommon to hear people complain about how much they have to spend for a variety of goods and services without understanding their total cost and value.

When I dine out during a busy lunch or dinner I find it nothing short than miraculous that a team is able to complete a shift successfully. This can only be accomplished by professionals that are dedicated to their craft and their customers. My wife and feel fortunate that we live in an area with so many excellent dining options. Through your work you are an excellent advocate for this important industry to our region.

Keep up the good work.

Max – a Faithful Foodie Follower and LinkedIn connection

Thank You

“…thank you for posting such wonderful information!”

–Faithful Foodie Vincent

Spectacular

“Thank you for the 2016 Resort Restaurant Roundup. Your report on the restaurant scene in today’s [12/30/16] edition of the Cape Gazette was  spectacular.
I am looking forward to a gastronomically delightful season”

–Wesley, a kind ‘Business of Eating’ fan

Thanks for All You Do

“Love the cheap eats chart, now I know how my friends know so much! … Thanks for all you do to inform people and help out the many restaurateurs working in a really tough business”

–Eugene, newfound Foodie Follower

Great resource, and fun!

“Fantastic service, so well written, great resource and fun! I was hoping you’ll be doing an article about Thanksgiving, specifically about restaurants where you can order the entire dinner ahead of time and pick it up to eat at home. I’ve tried the grocery store turkey dinners and they were awful, esp, Giant, whose turkey was still pink. Thank you!”

–Leslie, a faithful Foodie Follower

[Leslie was directed to the Rehoboth Foodie’s Cheap Eats/Specials list, where Thanksgiving carryout, buffets and dinners are listed as they are announced. The same also goes for Xmas and New Year’s. The list is a work in progress and increases as the holidays approach, so check back often.]

It draws us….

“Thanks…I do enjoy it [the bimonthly Foodie Digest emailer] … It draws us up to Rehoboth, to try new places, especially in the fall and the spring.”

–John, a loyal Foodie Follower in Ocean City, MD

We’re on our way!

Just discovered your website and app on a tourism website. We love it! We also didn’t know that so much was going on in the fall and winter in Rehoboth, Lewes, etc. We were planning a trip to Florida, but we’re coming to the Delaware beaches instead. A lot closer, and the restaurants look a lot better! Thanks for this great service. Keep it up please!

–New Foodie Fans Aaron and Beth

Love the game…

“We live in Michigan. My family and I used to visit the Jersey Shore until we discovered your website RehobothFoodie. We liked the comment here on your site that another family posted about letting their kids pick restaurants from your site that they would then patronize. We did that a few weeks ago and had a great time. We visited Bethany Beach, Fenwick Island, Lewes and Milton. Thanks for providing such a wonderful resource. We have since purchased your travel app and now want to do this with the hotels/motels you have listed.”

-an out-of-town Foodie fan!

Your wonderful app…

“Since moving here I have relied on and recommended your app to many people. Just recently I updated the operating system on my iPhone 6S. Since the update, I only get a skeleton of the information on your wonderful app. What can I do to get it operating normally? Thank you.”

-A Rehoboth In My Pocket owner

[FYI – our app developer suggested that he uninstall and then reinstall the app into his updated OS. Everything is working perfectly now. -RF]

Keep up the good work!

“Just a note to say thanks for an always great addition to the Cape Gazette. You keep us locals in the continuous loop of restaurants comings and goings. Love your reviews and updates. Keep up the good work!”

-A faithful Cape Gazette reader

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