A bit of RB dining history…

/ Updated on September 14, 2021

Remember LaLa Land? How about Sir Guy's? If so (…or even if you don't), you'll find my recent Cape Gazette column interesting.


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  1. Avatar Barbara Dar says:

    How about the french lady with the crepe stand on Rehoboth Ave? Later morphed into Cafe Papillion!

  2. Avatar Heather E Beers-Dimitriadis says:

    Having grown up in the area in the early to mid 1980s I remember dining at the Sea Horse (where my parents discovered their daughter had expensive taste in food), the Avenue restaurant (sipping Shirley temples to attempt sophistication at the age of 10), and the Dinner Bell Inn (there was a chicken dish I recall adoring). When my spouse and I returned for a vacation in 2001 it was great to see other childhood favorites still standing Nicola’s, Grotto’s, Gus & Gus etc. The food at Rehoboth – which for us also now includes Royal Treat (breakfast), Salt Air, Blue Hen, Henlopen Oyster House, Big Fish!, Go Fish!, Fish On! is such a treat. Thank you for the walk down memory lane.

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