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Saketumi

/ Updated on June 15, 2017

I get suspicious of places that offer “combinations” of ethnic cuisines, like “Mel’s Pretty Good Czech/Mexican Carry Out,” or “Murlene’s Down-Home Inuit/Aussie Cucina.” Saketumi touts itself as Japanese/Thai/Chinese, and despite the obvious similarities, each has its own distinct style and subtlety. Multiple … Continue reading

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Rehoboth Diner

/ Updated on June 15, 2017

The Rehoboth Diner has more menu selections than just about any place I’ve ever seen. (I guess that’s not really good or bad, but for some reason it does seem noteworthy.) Most of my experience there has been after-hours (they’re … Continue reading

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Preshy’s

/ Updated on July 30, 2016

Preshy’s is a difficult place to review. I’ve heard mixed opinions from many people (just look at the comments below!), so I dined there several times to be sure to provide you with the most accurate information. On my fifth visit I … Continue reading

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Casa DiLeo

/ Updated on November 6, 2015

 I believe there are as many varieties of pizza on this planet as there are variations on any other regional dishes like BBQ, fried chicken, etc. Owner and executive chef Johnny DiLeo calls his pizza “New York.” Having chewed my way through … Continue reading

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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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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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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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Cultured Pearl

/ Updated on September 11, 2017

The Cultured Pearl makes quite an impression in its highly visible perch at the corner of Rehoboth and Lake Avenues. Rooftop dining is prime real estate during the summer, and they certainly have their loyal followers.  A recent remodel has … Continue reading

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Stingray

/ Updated on June 15, 2017

The first impression you get when entering Stingray Sushi Bar & Asian Latino Grill is the decidedly West Coast feel. The black/orange main room is indirectly lit, with low couches and hi-top tables dominated by the busy and colorful Sushi Bar. Amazingly, … Continue reading

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