Savoring Flavors Past

/ April 24, 2021

Munch on a bit of Rehoboth Beach restaurant history in my recent Cape Gazette column. It's all about the Rehoboth Beach Museum's former “Beach Eats” exhibit and all the great memories it stirred up!


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  1. Avatar Han t Aydinel says:

    If Carl and Lenny’s indeed was the successor to the White Chimney, then Fran Obrien’s after that as you state……..that would make the next restaurant to take over that building oddly incorrectly named, as “The Third Edition” moved in after Fran Obrien’s closed. As you know, The Third Edition restaurant was named after it being the 3rd restaurant to occupy that space.

  2. Avatar Han t Aydinel says:

    If I recall correctly, Bob Ching’s White Chimney Inn became Fran O’Brians after the murder/suicide that took place and resulting closing of the White Chimney.

    • The Rehoboth Foodie The Rehoboth Foodie says:

      No. That is not the case. Carl & Lenny’s was in that space for a while before Fran O’Brien’s

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