Hard to find good Itallian Food at the beach. Seafood is really the local fare. This place can deliver both. The service was 4 star.
Favorite Dish: Mike had Chicken Alfredo, and he loved it. I had crab cakes and they were OK. I got spoiled across the street at Jakes.
We chose the $10.00 Breakfast Buffet. It was pretty limited, but the quality did not really make up for the limited menue. The view, and the service are top notch. We have eaten dinner here several times in the past, and it was very good.
Favorite Dish: Coconut Shrimp, crab cakes.
Starters are $6.00-$12.00.
Main Menu is posted outside, take a peek before you go in to see if its your liking.
Even though we purchased the all you can eat $10.00 breakfast, the juice and the milk in the photo were $2.50 each.
This is the best place to eat in all of state, in my humble opinion. Sunday Brunch, all you can eat, (by reservation only ) is fantastic. I have never had better. Mimosa's or Bloody Mary's are $1.00, and soooo good. Food is 4 Star. Service is too. Any meal will delight you. View of ocean while you eat. Inside the most beautiful hotel.
Favorite Dish: My favorite is the Reservation Only Sunday Brunch.
Appetizers, Soups and Salads
Almond Crusted Crab Cake...12.00
Tuscan Five Onion Soup....5.00
Cream of Crab...5.00
Soup Sampler Trio...6.00
Rack of Lamb....28.00
Fruits of the Sea, Lobster, jumbo shrimp lump crab....28.00
Surf and Turf....38.00
Steak and Cake.....26.00
Grilled Free Range Chicken....22.00
Victorias Crown, Filet Mignon...31.00
Save Room For Dessert!
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Open at 7AM year round. Fresh local seafood and a variety of fresh fish. Steak and Pasta. Great chef here! Friday night seafood buffet all you can eat, go hungry. Monday is shrimp night, sunday is snow crab leg night.
Favorite Dish: Weekly Breakfast Specials from $3.95
Monday: 2+2+2 Two Pancakes, two eggs any style and two strips of bacon are 3.95.
Tuesday: Omlette Day Omlette, homefries or grits and toast...4.35
Wednesday: French Toast, , two eggs or meat....3.95
Lunch Specials Daily $5.00 and up.
Weekly Dinner Specials
Sunday: Steamed Alaskan Snow Crab Legs all you can eat ...$17.00
Friday: All you can eat seafood buffet...$25.00 Featuring crabcakes, crab legs, fried oysters, a raw bar, fresh fish, mediterranean table of salads and cheeses, carved roast prime rib and beef and dessert bar...go hungry to this place folks!
Open for lunch and dinner every day, and Sunday Brunch. Large deck overlooking the bay. Live entertainment nightly in season and D.J. on weekends. Dress casual. Go hungry, food is great. Can be very busy in season, go early.
Favorite Dish: Crab cakes, coconut shrimp.
Good food, hot women, cold drinks, what more is needed?
Not really much else to say about Hooters, but I still can't see why they consider it a family restaurant.
This was my 2nd stop on my 21st birthday. I saw the bartender the next night at another bar! (It's a small town!)
Favorite Dish: Didn't eat, but I hear the wings are good... :)
I was surprised at the great service that was provided I only hope that it is the same in all the of the locations around the area. I was also taken back by the large portions set in front of us.
Favorite Dish: I had a good ole hamburger and fries. Just what I wanted for my birthday lunch. It was done to perfection was reasonably priced and there was enough fries to feed two people. Julia had a small pizza th at looked and smelled wonderful. Stephhad the steak salad that was tossed togther with plenty of green and garnish.
I always go to this place when I'm in Rehoboth. I love Thai food and this is one of the few affordable places to eat in an overpriced town that isn't pizza or fast food. The dishes might be a a little higher than home, but much cheaper than other restaurants. It never seems too busy which I like too. They serve import beers and cocktails too. The staff is friendly, the restaurant has a casual beachy feel.
Favorite Dish: The vegetable green curry dish was great and the pad thai was very nice, not greasy.
Well, this was really the reason I drove 2 hours and 15 minutes from Philadelphia to Rehoboth Beach. Yep, not for the babes or the beach, but for the beer!
Dogfish Head is definitely one of my favorite breweries on the East Coast, so I thought I'd check out their pub. The brewery itself is located in nearby Milton, DE and can be toured every Monday and Friday at 3pm (and I plan to do that soon). The pub is a dimly lit place with a long bar and ONLY Dogfish Head on tap.
Favorite Dish: I had an ApriHop, which is an India Pale brewed with real apricots. It was a nice summery beer with a fresh, thirst quenching appeal. Then, when my plate of mussels (served with fennel in a light broth) came, I switched to an old standard, the Shelter Pale Ale, which has a lower alcohol content and since I was about to drive home, I figured I should consider moderation. As always, the beer was great!
Stopped in for lunch after hitting the shops on Rehoboth Avenue. Mostly, we picked it primarily for the air-conditioning. Not gonna lie to ya, it was hot as hell out that day! But whatever the reason, the choice was a good one. The a/c was lovely and the menu had some interesting and eclectic choices.
Favorite Dish: I had a crab-cake sandwich that was served on Cuban bread (as the subject line suggests), lime flavored mayonnaise, and a side of some chips that I think were plantains but may have been made of some root vegetable. Regardless they and the sandwich were delicious!
Lori's is a cute little self-service cafe with a wonderful outdoor dining area. There's a large variety of salad, sandwiches, and vegetarian items.
Favorite Dish: I had a hummus and avocado sandwich on whole grain bread. A side of corn chips were a lovely way to scoop some of the avocado out of the sandwich. Hey, this method worked for me. It might not for you, but such is life.
La La Land is the gayest restaurant I have ever visited, and I mean that in the best possible way. From its pastel walls to the flamboyant bartender with the leopard-spotted hair (his name is Dave Engel and he was named 2001's "Best Bartender at the Beach"), this place has it all. I love the bathroom upstairs from the dining area with the couch covering the old bathtub. The food was very fancy and tasted great. The bar in the back is cozy with a strange little bedroom-themed room next to the bar...the white linens covering the two mattress-couches and more linens on the walls and ceiling make for a unique atmosphere. I was here for a wedding reception in spring 2006.
The Dog Fish Head Brewery is my favorite restaurant in Rehoboth Beach. It has great microbrews and excellent food. Their beers include Lawnmower Light, IPA 60 Minute, IPA 90 Minute (very bitter & 9% alcohol!), Indian Brown Ale (semi-sweet and smooth), Raison d'Etre (very sweet with a light raisin flavor), Chicory Stout, and a few others. Combine this with a good variety of food including steaks, seafood, burgers, pizza, and sandwiches, and Dog Fish Head is a top-notch restaurant.
Dog Fish Head was the first Microbrewery in Delaware after the state changed the laws allowing microbrews. In 2004, Dog Fish Head became the first "Micro-Distillery" in Delaware, making their own rum and other liquors on site.
Nice place, casual, staff good. We thought the prices were really high at first but by the end of our trip we realized the prices were like this everywhere. I got house speclity ( a chicken and sandwhich) and it was really good. Except it cost 8 dollars and it cost 2 dollars more for fries, would go back just for that sandwhich, OH someone else had a burger and that was good too
Favorite Dish: The house specailty
This place use to be a beach house . It's very colorful kinda of mexican, yet beachy. We had the 7 layer nacho's awesome. i had the jerk sandwhich (chicken), again great, but extra dollar for fries. Little pricey, but same as everywhere. staff ok, nice cause you can st outside on a covered porch.
Favorite Dish: 7 layer Nachos