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  • 91. The Café on 26

    Rarely will you find the kind of warmth served at The Café on 26. Retro dishes make a big comeback here like French onion and cream of crab soups, steamed mussels or clams, spinach and Caesar salads, and grilled pork chops.
  • 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.
  • 94. Juicebox

  • 95. Big Chill Beach Club

    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.
  • DiFebo’s, a family owned restaurant, serves homemade dishes to satisfy your craving for authentic Italian cuisine. Menu highlights include gnocchi, penne Pomodoro, homemade traditional cheese ravioli and more. If you’re looking for dishes that could rival your Nona’s, give DiFebo’s a try.
  • Customers far and wide come to Bluecoast for local seafood, great happy hour specials and an award-winning wine list. They stay for a stunning view that overlooks Bethany’s scenic salt pond. The Rehoboth location also has a large outdoor dining area (with a nice bar, too) that somehow disguises all the noise from busy Route Read more...
  • 98. The Blue Crab

    Since opening in 2004, The Blue Crab has become Bethany’s go-to place for juicy steamed crabs. The Blue Crab now has a full bar and raw bar, thanks to the adjoining Bethany Oyster House.
  • 99. Bethany Blues BBQ

  • 100. Sandy Pony

  • Just a stroll from the beach, Mickey Walker’s place has been a destination since he opened in 1990. The tropical plants and pilings give it a Caribbean vibe that’s only heightened by the picnic tables and festive umbrellas on the casual deck.
  • 102. Mango’s

    At Mango’s in Bethany Beach, there are numerous enormous options, including the Mango Mega Mule, a 196-ounce Moscow Mule served in a giant copper cup. The Paloma Mega Mule, made with Owens Grapefruit Paloma mix and tequila, is also 196 ounces and served in a copper mug.
  • Barry Kruemmel worked for Japanese master chefs for 15 years, but as an American, he won’t call his restaurant a Japanese eatery. “There’s a Japanese influence,” he says. “But it’s more of a fusion restaurant.” This includes rolls made with toasted coconut, jalapeño or pineapple. Entrées and appetizers stray farther from Japan. Among the most Read more...
  • 104. Fenwick Crab House

    Fenwick Crab House has been a landmark since 1962. Though known for its crabs, the restaurant has an extensive seafood menu that includes snow crab legs, lobster, shrimp, fish and clam strips. There are also old-fashioned combos, including a crab cake and fried chicken with coleslaw and fries; fried chicken and a half rack of Read more...
  • 105. One Coastal