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  • 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.
  • 38. Aroma

    Authentic, homemade Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dishes, featuring made-from-scratch lavish bread.
  • 40. 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.
  • 41. Salt Air Kitchen and Bar

    The team forages from South Jersey to Sussex and from southeastern Pennsylvania to the Eastern Shore in search of meats, fish and produce to transform into food people love: a slow-roasted half chicken with cheese grits, asparagus and tasso gravy; a tomato-y saffron-scented seafood stew.
  • Theo’s provides diners a relaxed, upscale dining experience with a range of menu items from steaks, seafood, burgers and even the popular meatloaf.
  • 43. Arena’s Deli and Bar

  • 44. Blue Moon

    Any restaurant that puts Châteaubriand on the menu announces itself as something exceptional, and there hasn’t been a moment in its 34 years that Blue Moon was anything else. Venison tartare, seared Hudson Valley foie gras and oxtail Bolognese seal the deal.
  • 45. Candy Kitchen

  • 46. Eden Restaurant

    Eden has survived and thrived, despite changes in location, ownership and chefs since 1997, when it opened on Rehoboth Avenue. Now in an elegant space, just steps from the ocean, it lives up to its mission to provide “bold American food.”
  • 47. The Blue Hen

  • 48. Duck Donuts

    In addition to donuts, the Rehoboth Beach location serves Duck Donuts’ signature coffee blends (Riptide Roast, Light House Blend, and Sunset Pier Decaf), espresso, donut breakfast sandwiches, donut sundaes, frozen beverages and milkshakes, select retail items, and more, including ice cream from local favorite Hopkins Farm Creamery, according to a news release.
  • 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.
  • 50. The Coffee Mill

  • 51. La Fable

  • 52. Nicola Pizza

  • 53. The Back Porch Café

    To be sure, this is where the well-known chefs go for their own special occasions. The Back Porch Café offers cozy, intimate dining. Much of the menu is seasonal, but you’ll likely find the jumbo lump crab-and-shrimp cakes.
  • 54. Cafe Azafran

    Cafe Azafran is known for being the hotspot at the beach for locals seeking coffee and conversation or tapas. Mediterranean chili is a “don’t miss” when offered. Also try the lamb meatballs with a roasted red pepper sauce and the crab cakes.