More Breaking Chews from The Rehoboth Foodie! Delaware Distilling Company in Midway did NOT become a Hooters. It isn’t a Roosters. (I told you so!). What it IS is a blast from the past: Roadhouse Bar & Grill! Sound familiar? But the cowboy theme (and the mechanical bull) have been put out to pasture. The new theme is Rt. 66, cool cars and roadside memories.
Longtime local restaurateur and Conch Island Key West Bar & Grill owner Bryan Derrickson and his wife Olivia have teamed up to bring a Route 66 vibe, approachable pub fare – and a respectful nod to the past – to that history-filled building in Midway. Many of the favorites from Bryan’s menu at Conch Island (don’t miss the conch chowder) will make an appearance, PLUS steaks, wings, ribs and burgers. One of the features will be happy hour throughout the entire restaurant – not just at the bar. A couple of the sleepers at Conch Island are Bryan’s steaks and burgers – so it looks like we’re in for a surprise.
Former professional drummer and law enforcement guy Bryan Derrickson runs an upbeat and clubby atmosphere at Conch Island and plans on keeping that vibe – with a hint of Rt. 66 drama – at the new Roadhouse Bar & Grill.
They are open for business! The Rehoboth Foodie will be broadcasting LIVE from Conch Island on Saturday June 24th!
Congrats, Bryan and Olivia!