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El Azteca

/ Updated on December 9, 2017

Our early impressions of the new El Azteca on the Forgotten Mile were OK, given the natural growing pains of any new restaurant. The first things that impressed us were the politeness and attentiveness of the staff (though they were … Continue reading

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Big Fish Grill

/ Updated on June 15, 2017

Big Fish Grill is a good example of a big, well-run Rehoboth Beach dining establishment. This is not to disparage other great local spots, but the number of people they move through there on a busy summer evening, and the consistently positive … Continue reading

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Confucius Chinese Cuisine

/ Updated on April 4, 2017

My first review of Confucius was posted here at RehobothFoodie.com on October 18, 2009. So I’ll get straight to the point: Confucius is still batting a thousand. Like all restaurants in all price ranges, it has its occasional ups and … Continue reading

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Louie’s Pizza

/ Updated on October 7, 2016

Louie’s Pizza, “Home of the Grinder,” is one of the few places in Rehoboth Beach that’s been around about as long as the Atlantic Ocean. Some of the old timers out there might remember Louie Gouvas’ uncle who owned George’s Lunch … Continue reading

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Leo’s Modern Mixture

/ Updated on October 29, 2018

Modern Mixture is now Leo’s Modern Mixture. Actually, it always was, but he wanted to mark his re-dedication to the tiny eatery by branding it with his name. Welcome back, Leo! We missed you. Leo’s menu invites you to “Come … Continue reading

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Blackwall Hitch

/ Updated on July 17, 2020

Rehoboth’s Blackwall Hitch is in the ocean block in the old Irish Eyes/Greene Turtle location at 52 Rehoboth Avenue. Before we begin I want to remind you that, like many local restaurants, Blackwall Hitch’s menu changes like the winds and … Continue reading

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Fork + Flask @ Nage

/ Updated on September 1, 2016

Original chef/owner Kevin Reading’s Coastal Highway brainchild Nage has more than earned a place in the annals of Rehoboth Beach dining. The former Sweet Dreams bakery-turned-eatery was the launching pad for many local chefs and restaurants, none the least of … Continue reading

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Chesapeake & Maine

/ Updated on March 2, 2017

The old Finbar’s is long gone (do you remember Potpourri before that?), and Dogfish Head’s tribute to Eastern Seaboard seafood is going strong. Those of you who frequented Finbar’s will not recognize the place, except for vestiges of the bar … 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 October 29, 2018

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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