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May 1st, 2015

Rehoboth Beach Eats! Shorebreak Lodge, Restaurant, Bar, Downtown Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Beaches, Southern Delaware


A full plate is becoming a thing of the past.  Eating tapas style is a more adventurous and delightful way of sharing a meal with friends.  And, that’s exactly what Sharon, Richard and I did on Wednesday evening at Shorebreak Lodge, located at 10 Wilmington Avenue in Downtown Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.  Tel. 302-227-1007  Website?

Glad I made reservations, because, my new go to restaurant was so crowded.  Great drink specials, lively atmosphere, close to the Boardwalk…and excellent service, as well.

Our stimulating dinner conversation had us laughing, practically, all night.

Shorebreak Lodge is offering a very eclectic menu.  There is something for everyone, even for some of us that like to try dishes that are considered je ne sais quoi.

For the table:

Burrata Mozzarella with Butternut N Figs.  Burrata is from the Italian region of Puglia.  It has a milky flavor and several textures, as well.  The outer layer is spongy but, inside, it is creamy and also very spreadable.  Great with crusty bread.  This dish is awesome!!  Totally recommend it.


Shrimp N Grits with Chorizo, Tomato and Anise Sauce.  Love it when grits have a smooth consistency and are full of flavor.


Brussel Sprouts, Bacon & Dried Figs….combining cabbage flavor, the saltiness of bacon and the sweetness of figs. Yum!


Roasted Butternut Squash, just a simple dish to add to our grazing.


Rehoboth Beach is a culinary destination….so many restaurants, so many chefs outdoing each other in friendly competition.

Have a great a week-end!!

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