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January 11th, 2014

Rehoboth Beach Eats!! Fins Ale House, Raw Bar, Fresh Seafood, American Fare, Gluten Free, Delaware Beaches, New for 2014!! Restaurant, Review


My usual suspects and I decided to follow the trail of many who have discovered that a new restaurant has opened in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.  Fins Ale House & Raw Bar is located at 19269 Coastal Highway, or Rt. 1.  Tel. 302-227-3467.

Fins Ale House is the newest sibling of 2 other restaurants in Downtown Rehoboth Beach:  Fins Raw Bar located at 243 Rehoboth Avenue, and Claws Seafood House.

The restaurant opens for lunch at 11 a.m. and stays open until 1 a.m.  It has plenty of parking and even though parking is pretty much accessible at this time of the year in all Rehoboth Beach…in the summer, it will be a totally different scene.  So, keep Fins Ale House in mind when visiting Rehoboth Beach and want fresh seafood, raw bar, American fare and gluten free items.  And, for those young ones, there is a kids’ menu, as well.


When we entered the restaurant the feel I got was of a fish house in the south.  Open bar, lots of wood…a place where friendly chatter accompanies fresh seafood, and drinks.


There is another dining room adjacent to the bar area if you prefer so.


I love oysters at this time of the year.  Cold outside and cold, salty oysters are my favorites.  I decided to get one of each to try them.  On the board, there were the choices of the day.  On my plate and clockwise are the oysters.



We all decided on the House Salad, which by the way, was delicious and refreshing.  We are all trying to keep our New Year’s resolutions, if you get my drift.

Debbie had fried oysters on her salad.


Jody had fried shrimp on hers.


And mine was just the plain House Salad.


That’s all we had but we will be back for more….Talk to you later.

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