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Lupo Italian Kitchen

/ Updated on April 17, 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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Summer House Saloon

/ Updated on January 27, 2015

The owners of Big Fish Grill have worked wonders with Summer House, and have, in fact, opened Salt Air and the Crab House since taking over this Rehoboth landmark. Located in the third block from the ocean on the south … Continue reading

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go fish!

/ Updated on April 23, 2015

There is a little bit of Britain tucked into the south side of Rehoboth Avenue among the ice cream cones, cheesesteaks, T-shirts, taffy, pizza, fudge and corn dogs. And it’s just a short waddle from the Boardwalk. go fish! is almost always a … Continue reading

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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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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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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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