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  • 19. The Surfing Crab

    Crabs, which come from the Gulf, the Carolinas or the Chesapeake, depending on the season, are steamed to order. You’ll find the favored sides with the addition of succotash, a Sussex County favorite.
  • 21. Fish On

    Just as its namesake suggests, Fish On restaurant specializes in seafood. Menu options include classics like fish and chips, shrimp and grits, and fish tacos.
  • 22. Matt’s Fish Camp

    The fisherman’s stew with fresh fish, shrimp, clams, mussels and jumbo lump crab in an Old Bay-spiced plum tomato broth is also a top seller. And Gary’s rendition of a cheese board but with fresh fish, the seacuterie board, has also received positive response.
  • 24. Bethany Blues

  • 25. Striper Bites Restaurant

    Dine dockside at Striper Bites while enjoying traditional and unique seafood dishes. Menu options include greens, sandwiches and sushi rolls, including Alaskan Bonfire, Firecracker Tuna and Tempura.
  • 26. Fins Ale House & Raw Bar

    27. The Atlantic Social

    The menu, which salutes East Coast cuisine, strays into some ethnic waters. Consider Maryland crab queso dip, served with blue corn tortilla chips, ahi tuna nachos and sweet potato stuffed with pinto beans and topped with avocado-green goddess dressing, sour cream, cotija and pepitas.
  • 28. 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.
  • 29. 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.
  • 30. 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.
  • 31. 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.
  • 33. The Cultured Pearl

    It’s time to elevate date night—literally. From the rooftop deck—complete with a 16,000-gallon koi pond—enjoy Japanese cuisine and sushi, as well as views of Rehoboth Avenue.
  • The restaurant is owned by Big Fish Restaurant Group, which certainly knows something about fish. But you’ll also find wood-fired pizza and pasta.
  • There is no shortage of restaurants serving oysters at the beach, but few can touch the variety and the flavor offered at Henlopen City Oyster House. Some come for the libations at the bar—check the chalkboard for beers on tap—some for the generously sized fish sandwiches. Nearly all come for oysters.
  • 36. Claws Seafood House

    Visitors of Claws Seafood House are tempted by fresh fish dishes and oysters on the half shell, as well as whole lobster, snow crab legs, shrimp—even chicken and pork chops. In addition to the usual sides—hush puppies, coleslaw, fries—you’ll find chunky applesauce, garlic mashed potatoes and potato salad.