The Rehoboth Foodie

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"My goal is to promote Rehoboth Beach dining while remaining honest and impartial. I don’t gush unless a place deserves it, and I don’t pull punches, either. With so many good places to eat around here, it just doesn’t make sense to waste the calories — or the money — on anything less."

It couldn’t have been you…

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YOU would never have missed last Saturday’s Sip & Bite show LIVE at Conch Island Key West Bar & Grill in downtown Rehoboth Beach! But if you happen to run into the poor unfortunate who did, tell him or her … Continue reading

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NEW Ethnic Eats in RB! Vietnamese & Indian

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This Saturday from 3-5 meet Rehoboth’s NEWEST ethnic eateries! At 3, it’s all about Vietnamese actor/singer Thinh Famh and his local RB mom-in-law Bonnie Moss. At 4, meet Raghu Kumar and his dad Suraj. Together they have brought their popular … Continue reading

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From Cherry Tree to Big Fish

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Eric Sugrue of Big Fish Restaurant Group has announced that he has acquired the restaurants formerly operated by the Cherry Tree Hospitality group, owned by the late Darius Mansoory. I have been sworn to secrecy over the last few months … Continue reading

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Vietnam Vets -Take Notice!

/ Updated on June 22, 2017

Minh’s Bistro Vietnamese restaurant is well on the way to opening right next door to the new Rosenfeld’s Jewish Deli in the new Schell building at Rt. 24 in Rehoboth Beach, across from the new Royal Farms. In appreciation of … Continue reading

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See the Video

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The first Coastal Delaware Restaurant week sponsored by Cape Gazette, RehobothFoodie.com and Jack Lingo REALTOR was an amazing success! So much so, in fact, that filmmaker Rob Waters’ created a great video about Coastal Delaware Restaurant Week 2017!

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Rescue our Tourism Partners!

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We all love to complain about the crowds and the traffic. But when the chips are down, if it were not for tourism, many of us would not be able to live here in the Cape Region. And the restaurants … Continue reading

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