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Crystal Restaurant

/ Updated on July 9, 2016

Few things say “vacation at the beach” more than a nice big breakfast with all the fixin’s. And Crystal Restaurant couldn’t be much more “beachy” or “breakfasty.” There’s no ceremony or pretense at Crystal– it’s beach eats all the way, and in-season waits … Continue reading

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Lily Thai Cuisine

/ Updated on September 26, 2014

Chef and Owner Lily Thamibutra worked at her sister’s restaurant, Seaside Thai (long since closed), for 5 years before venturing out to create Lily Thai.  It’s located on First Street, right next to the original Nicola’s, where Dos Locos (and Plumb Loco before … Continue reading

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Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop

/ Updated on December 11, 2014

So, answer me this question: Where can you get Thanksgiving dinner year-round, on a fresh sub roll, not only here on Rehoboth Avenue, but also in Las Vegas and over 13 other states? Only one place: Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop. When this article … Continue reading

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Dos Locos Fajita and Stonegrill

/ Updated on December 13, 2015

Now in their fourth incarnation on Rehoboth Avenue in the space formerly occupied by the long-gone Abizak’s furniture store, Dos Locos continues to draw crowds, often enjoying a 2-hour wait in the high season. Though I return again and again, ready … Continue reading

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Lori’s Oy-Vey Cafe

/ Updated on August 5, 2014

Such a deal! And, yes, there IS a Lori. You’ll find her behind the counter making sandwiches and other goodies, along with her friendly (and loyal) minions. There’s not anything quite as nice as strolling down Baltimore Avenue on a … Continue reading

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Arena’s Deli and Bar

/ Updated on July 19, 2015

Arena’s original location is in the Village by the Sea shopping center (sort of a big alleyway that connects the second blocks of Rehoboth and Baltimore avenues). They have a huge list of sandwiches, appetizers, main courses and a ton … Continue reading

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La Tonalteca

/ Updated on April 9, 2015

Of all the landmarks in Delaware, the most ubiquitous are the La Tolteca and La Tonalteca Mexican restaurants. They split a while ago by making the minor changes in their names, but they’re all pretty much the same. My experience is limited … Continue reading

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Casapulla’s South

/ Updated on July 9, 2014

In one of my chequered forays into the food biz, I was a partner in an Italian Deli. One of the shining stars on our menu was the Italian sub. I suspect I ate up any profits I might have … Continue reading

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Ristorante Zebra

/ Updated on July 14, 2014

My first few experiences with Zebra were OK, though one of them stood out as a major disaster in the service department. It actually resulted with our sending the entire food order back after we waited 90 minutes for it. … Continue reading

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