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Demystifying Châteauneuf-du-Pape

/ Updated on June 19, 2017

I’ll admit I was intimidated by this French wine long before I learned how to pronounce it. (“Pape” is pronounced “pop”.) Sounding more like a bed and breakfast you might find in Provençe rather than a classic Rhône-style wine, the … Continue reading

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Michy’s Relaxed Dining

/ Updated on December 21, 2017

Michy’s Relaxed Dining has been open since spring 2014 – about three weeks prior to the original posting date of this review (many updates and additions ago). Many of the features in the restaurant are creations of Richard and Michelle … Continue reading

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Northeast Seafood Kitchen

/ Updated on December 14, 2017

There is something to be said for a strong corporate philosophy and a solid management team that genuinely cares about the organization. The late Matt Haley’s SoDel Concepts restaurants have both, not to mention a worldwide charitable presence under the … Continue reading

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Fins Ale House & Raw Bar

/ Updated on June 15, 2017

Fins and Claws restaurants have been fixtures on Rehoboth Avenue for a very long time. In spite of business partnership shakeups and changes in management over the years, Jeff Hamer et al have done a good job maintaining quality and … Continue reading

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Touch of Italy (Rehoboth)

/ Updated on December 29, 2017

Touch of Italy on the Highway opened with great pomp & circumstance in mid-July 2013 in Shore Plaza, next door to Nage and directly across from Tanger Seaside Outlets. And in June 2014 the largest (so far) Touch of Italy … Continue reading

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The Pint

/ Updated on June 16, 2017

In general, when a restaurant takes over the space of an old one, the owner rushes to completely remodel the place. My congratulations go out to Tom Holmes, co-owner of The Pint in Millsboro (and of 1776 Steakhouse in Rehoboth … 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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Cafe Azafran

/ Updated on July 23, 2017

Chef and part-owner Richard Steele used to handle the cooking duties at the Lamp Post Inn, his family’s Coastal Highway restaurant (now long-gone and reborn under new ownership as Crabby Dick’s Seafood). In fact, Richard’s grandmother was the proprietor of Fenwick’s iconic breakfast spot, … Continue reading

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Bethany Blues (Lewes)

/ Updated on October 29, 2018

Bethany Blues first location in Bethany Beach quickly became a “Cheers”-like watering hole for visitors and locals alike. The food was consistent, though there were some hits and misses. As a Pitmaster and former BBQ restaurant owner myself, I can’t help … Continue reading

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Lupo Italian Kitchen

/ Updated on June 15, 2017

The late Matt Haley’s Lupo Italian Kitchen (formerly Lupo di Mare) in downtown Rehoboth Beach bears his signature everywhere you look. The uncluttered and open decor sports lots of white space, with well-trained servers and basic ingredients treated to a creative twist. … Continue reading

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