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Egg

/ Updated on January 15, 2017

Missi Moore’s new Egg restaurant finally hatched in the old McQuay’s spot at 510 Rehoboth Avenue, just east of the drawbridge in Rehoboth Beach. And it has quickly become the place to see and be seen west of the Circle. … Continue reading

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Royal Treat

/ Updated on September 14, 2015

A mainstay of Rehoboth history (and good breakfasts) is just steps from the Boardwalk on Wilmington Avenue. Like most businesses on Wilmington Avenue, their sign is hidden by trees, but the tall, stately beach cottage (and the long summer lines) … Continue reading

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Old World Breads Bakery

/ Updated on August 6, 2015

Noted gastronome, food writer and educator James Beard said it best: “Good bread is the most fundamentally satisfying of all foods, and good bread with fresh butter, the greatest of feasts!” My sentiments, exactly. James and I would have gotten … Continue reading

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Fisher’s Keeps on Crunchin’

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The iconic Fisher’s Caramel Corn on the Mason-Dixon Line in Fenwick Island has moved across the street. The parking’s easier too. Fisher’s has been around for well over 50 years. They started poppin’ and a’crunchin’ in Ocean City, Md. and … Continue reading

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Goolee’s Grille

/ Updated on February 15, 2015

For years, that sunny corner at First and Wilmington was called the Kannery, where mom and the boys dished up OK subs, burgers and sandwiches. That is, of course, until George and Soula Vrentzos and their daughter Irene opened the Corner Grille in that very same … Continue reading

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Dolle’s

/ Updated on July 22, 2015

There is no more iconic landmark in Rehoboth than that International Orange sign that towers over the north side of Rehoboth Avenue at the Boardwalk. It has been photographed, painted, etched, sketched and filmed more than any other single object … Continue reading

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The Ice Cream Store

/ Updated on May 3, 2017

Chip Hearn and his family have been hawking ice cream just a few steps off the Boardwalk on Rehoboth Avenue for many years. In fact, before it was The Ice Cream Store it was a Dairy Queen (located a few … Continue reading

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The Coffee House

/ Updated on August 13, 2014

It’s all about cookies, houses, croissants, floorplans, coffee and new construction at the new Schell Brothers Homes and The Point Coffee House & Bake Shoppe installation down by the Boardwalk in Rehoboth Beach. These two long-established operations (The Point is … Continue reading

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Kilwins

/ Updated on September 26, 2014

The first things you see when you step up to Kilwins window on the south side of the second block of Rehoboth Avenue are two huge marble tables. More often than not, four rectangular stainless steel rods (they’re called slab bars) will … Continue reading

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The Point Coffee House & Bake Shoppe

/ Updated on May 5, 2014

It took me a while to decide on a category for The Point Coffee House & Bake Shoppe. They do serve great breakfast sandwiches, but they also have light and fresh lunches. They not only make pies, cakes and (amazing) pastries, but they … Continue reading

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