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Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen

/ Updated on June 15, 2017

Most people think that Popeye’s was named after the spinach-loving cartoon sailor (you know, Olive Oyl’s main squeeze), but actually, New Orleans resident and Popeye’s founder Al Copeland was inspired by the character Popeye Doyle from the film “The French … Continue reading

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Nicola Pizza

/ Updated on June 15, 2017

Nick and Joan Caggiano’s colorful eatery has been a Rehoboth Beach staple since that big blue wet thing was installed at the end of Rehoboth Avenue (or at least since ’71…). This is beachy, family dining all the way. The original location on … Continue reading

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China Express

/ Updated on May 26, 2014

China Express is the stereotypical neighborhood Chinese restaurant — except that the food is better than what you might be used to elsewhere. With only about 10 or so tables and a bustling takeout business, the phone rings constantly as those rectangular bags … Continue reading

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DiFebo’s Bethany Beach

/ Updated on June 15, 2017

DiFebo’s Bethany is a few miles south of Rehoboth Beach on Rt. 26 (Garfield Parkway), less than a half-mile inland from the Bethany Beach totem pole. They offer a not-so-traditional Italian menu which can change at any minute, and pretty much everything is quite good. … Continue reading

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Bethany Blues (Lewes)

/ Updated on May 28, 2020

Bethany Blues first location in Bethany Beach quickly became a “Cheers”-like watering hole for visitors and locals alike. The food was consistent, though there were some hits and misses. As a Pitmaster and former BBQ restaurant owner myself, I can’t help … Continue reading

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Grotto Pizza

/ Updated on July 12, 2014

Like many who now live here full-time, I’ve been coming to Rehoboth Beach for a long time. I was a long-haired rock ‘n’ roller playing full-time in Ocean City in the late ’60s, and my bandmates and I subsisted on … Continue reading

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McCabe’s Gourmet Market

/ Updated on May 26, 2014

About 15 miles south of Rehoboth Beach is the (relatively) quiet, yet popular Bethany Beach. Like all resorts, it has its icons and traditions, and one of them is certainly McCabes Gourmet Market. Located in the York Beach Mall strip center on the west side … Continue reading

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Gus & Gus’ Place

/ Updated on January 18, 2017

When you think of the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk, you can’t help but think of Gus & Gus’ Place. It’s as much a part of life around here as salt water taffy, the bandstand, parking tickets and summer evening happy hour … Continue reading

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Crabcake Factory

/ Updated on December 20, 2016

It’s not hard to find the Crabcake Factory at 120th St. and Ocean Highway (ocean side) in Ocean City, MD. Flashing signs, blinking lights and neon pointers all beckon you to experience their unexpectedly tasty seafood. Part sports bar, part seafood house … Continue reading

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Jimmy’s Kitchen

/ Updated on May 30, 2014

When I think of a beach vacation, I think of relaxed breakfasts with endless hot coffee and made-to-order food. Jimmy’s Kitchen in Fenwick Island is a great place for both. It couldn’t be more “beachy” in its strip-center location, facing east … Continue reading

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