Hobos OUT, The Pines IN

/ Updated on December 31, 2017

Tyler Townsend is a former Baltimore Orioles baseball player and the bar manager for the new Bluecoast restaurant in Rehoboth. Tyler has teamed up with business partner Bob Suppies to venture into the world of resort restaurant ownership. Their new restaurant will be called The Pines.

The space at 56 Baltimore Avenue went from S.O.B.’s Sandwich Shop/Java Beach to Hobos to being closed for over a year. Tyler and Bob wisely chose a sit-down casual menu, perfect for the party atmosphere of Baltimore Avenue and the huge late-nite people-magnet across the street, Aqua Grill.

The interior of the space desperately needed remodeling, and the team of Townsend/Suppies appears to be up to it. Opening is slated for spring 2018. As usual, The Rehoboth Foodie will keep you informed as work progresses.

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  1. Bruce says:

    Looking forward to eating at Tyler’s new restaurant. It’s unfortunate that injuries curtailed his baseball career, but best wishes as he starts his career as a “foodie.”

  2. Catherine says:

    We know Tyler’s sister, Paige Townsend, who is a Vintage [wine importers] rep. Hope he will get some nice wines from Vintage’s expansive portfolio. At Teller Wines, we love the Trione Cabernet, Duckhorn line, Adelsheim, Pigro, Laurier and Ca’ Momi Chardonnay, and their wonderful Bordeauxs!

  3. Barbara says:

    I had the pleasure of speaking with this new owner at Matt’s in Lewes last week and he said the wine selection will be good! We had a little chat agreeing that inexpensive wine need not be expensive and what a shame it was that 1776 serves Liberty Creek and Fish On! Domino as house wines. Looking forward to The Pines!

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