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Crust & Craft


This should really be entitled, “Crust & Craft Revisited,” as I have been sadly remiss in keeping track of this cozy and nicely appointed restaurant (my first article was posted in December 2015!). But all’s well that ends well, and … Continue reading

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Rosenfeld’s Jewish Deli – Rehoboth

/ Updated on July 17, 2017

The long-awaited Rosenfeld’s Jewish Deli is now open 7 days for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This is the second incarnation of the popular deli that started several years ago at 63rd St. bayside in Ocean City. Several new sections are … Continue reading

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Pete’s Steak Shop

/ Updated on June 15, 2017

After exhaustive studies and fact-finding missions since I first wrote about Pete’s in 2012, I have reached this conclusion: There are two camps of cheesesteak aficionados out there. (1) Those who love their cheesesteaks on the soft, Amoroso’s Bakery-style roll; the mainstay … 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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Sofi’s Crepes

/ Updated on October 31, 2015

RakeMaster Jennifer treated us to a little crepe-making demo last night on the Boardwalk at William Frankis’ new crepe walkup, Sofi’s Crepes. His son, Mitch, 21, operates the outlet for both savory and sweet crepes. Sofi’s, which debuted in Annapolis … Continue reading

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Murph’s Beef & Ale

/ Updated on August 13, 2015

Joanne Ketler and Patricia Cipollone have opened their brand new Murph’s Beef & Ale in the space that hosted the ill-fated PrimoHoagies on The Avenue in Henlopen Station center near Signarama, Casa DiLeo and the former Big Sissies (now The … Continue reading

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Buffalo Wild Wings

/ Updated on November 13, 2014

So it’s the age-old story: Two boys (this time from Buffalo; purported Wing Capital of the World) get hungry for hometown nosh. They bring hometown nosh to (this time it’s) Kent, OH. It was over 30 years ago that Jim Disbrow and … Continue reading

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Pizza Hut (Rehoboth)

/ Updated on May 15, 2014

In 1958, brothers Frank and Dan Carney borrowed $600 from their mom to open a pizza parlor on the campus of their school, Wichita State University. The tiny slant-roofed building had room for only 9 letters (including spaces) on the existing … Continue reading

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Greene Turtle

/ Updated on May 30, 2014

Say what you like, but the Rehoboth Beach boardwalk really needed something in the “no-man’s land” at the easternmost end of Wilmington Avenue. Flanked only  by the iconic Gus & Gus’ Place and Thrasher’s, it’s been revitalized by the appearance of the Greene … 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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