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Food&Drink


Inland Bay Oysters: A Southern Delaware deli- cacy are available now at local restaurants and raw bars. Thanks to shellfish aquaculture, these oysters uniquely capture the flavor of Delaware’s Inland Bays with an attractive fla- vor, texture and size, all while improving the water quality and ecology of the bays.


Good Earth Market in Ocean View has added a large, full service bar which provides more seating space for the restaurant area and has allowed for expansion of the kitchen. These upgrades also bolster the coffee bar, espresso, and latte menu.


“Folks love sitting at the bar area for brunch and dinner, it’s a unique experience to sit at a bar, eat great food, and watch shoppers come and go. Our guests love the market vibe,” said Chef Nino Mancari. Now that the bar is up and running, the staff will expand their beverage program. “We are so excited to offer garden inspired cocktails, a great wine list, as well as local and popular beer selections,” said, founder, Susan Ryan.


Steamin' Blues, a new crabhouse from the owners of The Surfing Crab Restaurant & Bar on Coastal Highway, will open in the former Jakes Seafood Restaurant in Rehoboth Beach.


Much anticipated, The Pines recently opened in Rehoboth Beach. The modern coastal tavern offers a winning combination of sensational interior design, a lively atmosphere, creative American cuisine, crafty cocktails and first- class customer service. The restaurant fea- tures a full farm-to-table menu in the dining room and a thoughtfully crafted lite fare menu upstairs in the lounge.


Rehoboth Beach’s Revelation Brewing Company will be taking over the property for- merly occupied by 16 Mile Brewery in Georgetown, which they will open this spring. Their Rehoboth Beach location will remain open, as well. The Georgetown location will offer a full menu and will be expanded to include an outdoor seating area and event space.


Lewes’s renowned Agave will open a second location in Rehoboth Beach in 2019, next to the Summer House Restaurant.


Brick Works, now in Smyrna, will be expanding with the opening of its second brewpub in Taormina Square in Long Neck this year.


Eating Rehoboth tours will add Coastal Highway restaurants to the lineup of great eateries where guests can sip and bite over this three-hour tour. Jolly Trolley teams up with EatingRehoboth.com to bring this new event to Rehoboth. Restaurants currently in the lineup include: Saketumi, Fork & Flask, Miyagi Ramen Bar, Crust & Craft, Bluecoast Rehoboth, Touch of Italy, and Rosenfeld’s Jewish Deli with more in the works.


Look forward in 2019 to everything at Dogfish Head Brewery from the return of World Wide Stout to the release of a new offering by the name of SuperEIGHT.


Delaware Seashore State Park and Indian River Life Saving Station will offer a new pro- gram called “Savoring Our Coastal Heritage” on Saturday, April 27, 2019. Tour the historic Indian River Life-Saving Station, one of the oldest oceanfront buildings along Delaware's coast, and learn about the daily lives of the surfmen that served at the station and the heroic rescues they performed. Then sit down to a locally-sourced dining experience with a menu inspired by what the surfmen may have been eating around the turn-of-the-century. Top off the evening with a lantern-lit walk on the beach to hear local shipwreck tales.


Mid-Atlantic­EvEnts Magazine 71


Avenue Inn and Spa in Rehoboth Beach, DE


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