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  • 37. Lefty’s Alley and Eats

    Lefty's Alley and Eats is an experience unlike any other in Delaware. Depending on the time of year, drive-in events have patrons served right at their car, and the lanes are always full of activity. Potstickers, nachos, and any-other snack you'd want to fuel the fun are served piping hot.
  • 38. Matt’s Fish Camp

  • 39. Bethany Blues

  • Since opening in late 2015, this brewpub has proven popular with families. Credit the spacious enclosed beer garden, which sports a playground and games. There’s also live entertainment.
  • 41. Grandpa Mac

    It starts with the pasta, and with the story. Brothers Orion and Hari honored their granfather, "Grandpa Mac," with a place that offeres delicious comfort food that's affordable, too.
  • 42. Michy’s Relaxed Dining

    Michy's Relaxed Dining serves up old-school, hearty comfort food that’s been sharpened and delivered with finesse. Recognizable standards like breaded chicken Milanese and pork chops with apples are subtly recast with Parmigiano-Reggiano baked into the poultry and caramelized fennel blended into the fruit.
  • 43. The Big Chill Cantina

    Dock at Big Chill Beach Club and enjoy its array of lunch and dinner options—all alongside priceless views of the Indian River Inlet. Menu options include salad shreds and bowls, crabcake and shrimp sandwiches, and SoCal-style burgers and tacos.
  • 44. The Crab House

    The Crab House has a stellar selection of craft beers, including nitro drafts. The Smith Island boil includes four steamed blue crab claws, mussels, clams, and potatoes and corn in a garlic-tomato broth for $18.
  • 45. Buffalo Wild Wings

    Tasty wings and TVs for watching the big games.
  • 46. Casapulla’s

  • 47. First State Corn & More

    Roasted flavor corn, stuffed roasted potatoes, paninis, sno balls and more.
  • 48. FORK + FLASK

    Fork + Flask emphasizes craft and artisanal food and drink, as well as fresh, local ingredients.
  • Each of Iron Hill’s locations serve up award-winning beer that beach goers crave throughout the season. Hearty American fare pairs nicely with fresh pints, and inventive offerings keep fans coming back again and again.
  • 50. Famous Chaps Pit Beef

    Pit beef is a bottom round roast, cut from the hindquarters, is trimmed and sprinkled with a dry rub containing herbs and spices. After sitting overnight, it goes into a pit of 400-to-500-degree burning hardwood charcoal. Today Chaps also offers turkey, corned beef, burgers and ham—all in an array of creative combinations.
  • 51. Bluecoast Rehoboth

    Right off the beach, Bluecoast Seafood Grill and Raw Bar presents an ideal destination for anyone wanting to take a quick break from the sand and surf. Menu options include salad bowls, butcher meals and coastal classics like the Crab-Stuffed Jumbo Shrimp and Lobster Fra Diavolo.
  • Innovative comfort food paired with brews.
  • 53. Big Fish Grill Rehoboth

    In 1997, brothers Eric and Norman Sugrue opened the doors to Big Fish Grill. It has grown from one 90-seat restaurant to the Big Fish Restaurant Group, which includes multiple Big Fish restaurant locations and a variety of other restaurants throughout the Delaware region. Big Fish offers delicious and approachable family-style seafood.
  • 54. Big Fish Seafood Market

    In 1997, brothers Eric and Norman Sugrue opened the doors to Big Fish Grill. It has grown from one 90-seat restaurant to the Big Fish Restaurant Group, which includes multiple Big Fish restaurant locations and a variety of other restaurants throughout the Delaware region. Big Fish offers delicious and approachable family-style seafood.