September 29th, 2013
Say it isn’t so…I just discovered Haha’s Frozen Yogurt, when my friend, Shelley, told me that today, Sunday was their last day until next April. As is HaHa’s tradition, on their last day of the season, they offer free frozen yogurt. You may also want to give a contribution…all for the Delaware Food Bank.
Haha’s Frozen Yogurt is located at The Village of Fenwick at 300 Coastal Highway, Fenwick Island, Delaware, on the block of Coastal Highway and Rt. 54. Tel. 302-581-0039. Website? http://www.hahasfrozenyogurt.com.
I started my evening with dessert followed by dinner. I had no choice , this was their last night…poor me. I had a hefty cup of frozen yogurt with Peanut Butter, Irish Mint, Classic Chocolate, Red Velvet Cake and Tropical Tart. The yogurt had well defined flavors. Some were non fat, low fat, gluten free, or no sugar. They also have a non-dairy sorbet. I can honestly tell you that they ranked way on top of my favorites. This is not a franchise.
You can serve yourself as much as you want, followed by plenty of toppings. My choice is usually plain. I choose to taste the true flavors one by one.
So, now you know…Opening next April!! Have a good One!!
September 29th, 2013
I can see why there is so much traffic when the height of the season is long gone!! The Second Season at the Delaware Beaches brings gorgeous weather, restaurant specials, events, and no parking meters!!
Today is another one of those days, just like yesterday when I took off for the north side of the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk. It was about 8:30 a.m. and I was meeting Alice. A few were already getting ready for a relaxing morning of fishing; others were walking the Boardwalk. The Boardwalk is one mile long each way. This is an award winning Boardwalk, originally built in 1873!! It is the perfect place to renew in the a.m…..the salt air, the ocean breezes, and good company. Locals touch each end of the Boardwalk to make sure they have accomplished their walk.
A weekly stop at Tomato Sunshine is a favorite, as well. At this time of the year,…”produce great pumpkins, the pies will follow later.” The seasons bring so many colorful changes to Tomato Sunshine. It is located at 19791 Coastal Highway. If you are leaving Rehoboth Beach, you will see it on your right. If you are coming into Rehoboth, it will be on your left. They are open, at this time of the year, Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Tel. 302-226-2533. Website? http://www.tomatosunshine.com.
They have jams, fruit, vegetables, and fresh bread, besides all the pumpkins, as well.
Tomato Sunshine is ready for Fall. Check out what they have, don’t miss it. It is a happy place!! So, if you are looking for a specific type of pumpkin…go no further. Ernie might even tell you how to cook some of them.
Have a Good One!!
September 27th, 2013
Love Elvis? I know a few that do. Friday, 9/27 and Saturday, 9/28, there will be 22 Elvis impersonators on 2 stages at the Rusty Rudder on 113, Dickinson St., Dewey Beach, Delaware.
There will be a $10 cover each day. Friday from 5 p.m. until 1 a.m., Saturday, 9/28 from 1 p.m. until 1 a.m. More info? Call 302-227-3888.
Have a Good One!!
September 26th, 2013
There is a chill in the air and I love it. The Second Season at the Delaware Beaches, bring so many events to the coastal area….but, what about those surrounding towns in Southern Delaware…they are busy!!
Friday, 9/27, Saturday, 9/28, Sunday, 9/29 – “Les Miserables” by Possum Point Players at 441 Old Laurel Rd. in Georgetown, Delaware. Shows on Friday and Saturday begin at 7:30 p.m. Sunday’s show starts at 2 p.m.
For tickets call 302-856-4560, or visit http://www.possumpointplayers.org. For general info., please call 302-856-3460
Friday, 9/27 – Paranormal 101 Class starting at 7:30 p.m. until 9:00 p.m., at The Milton Historical Society, when they host Rick Coherd, CEO and founder of Delmarva Historic Haunts. This will be an introductory class about paranormal events, activities, and investigation. There will be a presentation and item demonstrations.
If you have been curious about the paranormal or interested in learning more about it, you might want to start with a class like this one. There are other future public paranormal events that are planned for Milton. Location? 210 Union St. The cost is $15 with all proceeds going to benefit the Milton Historical Society. Light refreshments will be served. More info? Please call 302-684-1010.
Saturday, 9/28 – Annual Milton Antique Show from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. – This 6th Annual Antique Show will feature more than 25 quality dealers offering a wide variety of antique items including furniture, decorative art, paintings, home goods, toys and games, and memorabilia.
The show and sale will take place outside, next to the Milton Historical Society at 210 Union St. For more info., please call 302-684-1010.
Saturday, 9/28 – Boats, Buttons, Beans, & Beer!! – Walking & Brewery Tour in Milton from 10 a.m. until Noon. The Milton Historical Society and Dogfish Head Brewery provide a joint historical walking tour and brwery tour in Milton.
Milton was originally known as the “Head of the Broadkill” and enjoys a rich heritage. The walking tour reviews the town’s early history and includes a lively discussion of the ship captains and seafaring men who called Milton home.
The tour will also include a history of the King Cole Cannery, part of the site where Dogfish Head Brewery is located.
The tour will last about 2 hours. From 10 a.m. to 10:45 walking outdoors, 11 a.m. until Noon…the Brewery tour. The walk will cover a little over a mile. Sturdy, closed-toe walking shoes are required. ID is required for the beer tasting after the brewery tour. The tour is limited to 15 people. The cost is $5 for non-MHS members and free for members. Reservations are required so hurry up and call 302-684-1010.
Saturday, 9/28 – 1st Annual Corn to Run – 5K Run/Walk at the East Coast Garden Center and the Cordrey Center, located at 30366 Cordrey Rd. in Millsboro. This unique 5K is a 3.1 mile course that will wind throughout a 200 acre corn field across from the East Coast Garden Center. Proceeds will be donated towards their young gardener program, which encourages elementary students to get outdoors and engage in healthy and productive activities. The race will start at 9 a.m. Registration and more info., please visit http://www.seashorestriders.com.
Saturday, 9/28 – Harvest Festival from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. East Coast Garden Center and the Cordrey Center, located at 30366 Cordrey Rd. in Millsboro. More info? Check http://www.eastcoastgardencenter.com.
Saturday, 9/28 – Indian Summer Toy & Train Show from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Roxanna Fire Hall located at 359943 Zion Church Rd., in Roxanna, Delaware 19945. Admission is $4, children 10 and under are free. For info., please call Bill at 302-537-0964 or Dave at 302-682-4652.
Saturday, 9/28 – BBQ for Center for the Inland Bays from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. at James Farm, Cedar Neck Rd. in Ocean View. Music, pumpkin decorating, hay rides, fresh oysters and BBQ. The Cost? $35 For more info., please call 302-226-8105 or visit http://www.inlandbays.org.
Last Friday of the month means PIG ROAST at Em-ings located at the Corner of 113 & 610 after the Selbyville, Delaware Exit. More info? Visit http://www.em-ings.com, or call 410-352-5711….Pig roast until it is all gone!!
Have a good one!!
September 26th, 2013
The Rehoboth Beach Film Society works hard year-round to provide locals and visitors wonderful film programs for our coastal community. They promote the art of film, entertain, educate and enrich the cultural life of Southern Delaware.
In 1998 the first Rehoboth Beach Film Festival appeared in Rehoboth Beach and since then who would have thought that in this small community a major Film Festival would developed. Not only are film for adults, but there are plenty for children, as well.
The idea started in 1997, when a group of film enthusiast started discussing the idea of showing films in local restaurants. The Rehoboth Beach Film Society is a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit organization.
The next Rehoboth Beach Film Festival takes place from Wednesday, November 6th through Sunday, November 10th. Volunteers are needed now to distribute in October posters throughout Rt 1, Dewey Beach, and Milton. Please call 302-645-9095 if you can help them out.
An evening of Film, Fun, and Fundraising – Catch Festival Fever will take place on Saturday, October 5th at the home of Wendy and Bob Rosenblatt at 7:00 p.m., located at the Rehoboth Beach Yacht & Country Club in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Reservations should be made by Friday, 9/27. Please call 302-645-9095, or visit http://www.rehobothfilm.com/film_events_special_screenings_events.html.
In the meantime…What’s Going on in October?
As usual, if you want more info., see trailers, please visit http://www.rehobothfilm.com.
September 25th, 2013
The Second Season at the Delaware Beaches is usually a time when local residents claim the beaches and towns that have been so busy during the Summer Season. Guess what? The Delaware Beaches are year round…the activities never stop, and neither do the fundraising events.
Delaware is a small wonder with a big heart. On Thursday, September 26th, a benefit event hosted by Matt Haley Companies and Good Earth Market & Organic Farm in Ocean View, Delaware. Location? 31806 Good Earth Lane (Rt. 26), 4.5 miles west of Bethany Beach, Delaware in Clarksville, DE 19970. More info? Please visit http://www.goodearthmarket.com.
Matt Haley is a restauranteur and philanthropist whose restaurants at the Delaware Beaches and his cooking style are what this coastal area is all about; the freshest ingredients and local catch. More info? Please visit http://www.matthaleycompanies.com.
The dinner on Thursday will be catered by Plate Catering, Matt’s catering company. Join fellow diners as the sun sets for a unique dining experience.
Locally grown ingredients will be prepared and paired with perfect wines.
The evening will start at 6 p.m. with cocktail hour…appetizers. The main course will be family style with produce grown on-site. The dessert will be apple pie with fresh whipped cinnamon cream.
All proceeds will benefit The Delaware Botanic Gardens at Pepper Creek (Southern Delaware Botanic Gardens, Inc.), which strives to exalt nature’s beauty, to delight and educate visitors, and to study and preserve Delmarva’s natural ecosystems through the creation of a unique sustainable accessible world-class gardens for the benefit of the public. It is scheduled to open in 2016. More info? Please visit http://www.delawaregardens.org.
Tickets are $95. Please call for tickets and info. 302-537-7100. There is still time!!
Talk to you later.
September 24th, 2013
Semra grew up in Turkey, and John, her husband, is Turkish but grew up in the United States. Together they have Semra’s Mediterranean Grill located at 19 Rehoboth Avenue in Downtown Rehoboth Beach, just steps off the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk. Tel. 302-226-4976. Website? http://www.semras.com.
John will be the first one to tell you that he is just a helper, that Semra does all the cooking. Soft spoken and very happy to see that the restaurant that they started not too long ago is prospering and becoming a favorite or many locals and visitors alike.
A counter for take out is right by the door, then a more casual dining area for eating. Their formal dining room is being remodeled and a bar is being added to the casual dining room, as well.
My friend, Chris, and I decided that an early dinner in Rehoboth Beach would be the thing to do on Sunday evening. We chose Semra’s and glad we did. This was not my first time at Semra’s. This restaurant participates in the Eating Rehoboth food tours. More info? Check http://www.eatingrehoboth.com.
Semra showed us our booth and looking at the menu I could not make up my mind.
Chris had the Lamb Shish Kabob, which had one skewer of char-grilled marinated lamb cubes served over a salad. Chris said the salad was great with a delicious dressing.
I had the Grilled Kofte which had patties of char-grilled lamb and beef with Turkish herbs and spices served over rice, yogurt, pita bread and veggies.
My patties were very moist. Semra mentioned that the combination is mostly lamb with maybe 20% beef.
Semra’s family sends her red crushed pepper from Turkey. You would think it would be so spicy but it wasn’t. It actually added a mild kick to the food. Very good.
The food was so fresh and settled perfectly. We were comfortably satisfied.
Check their website or Facebook Page. Entertainment at Semra’s includes belly dancing. They will be putting those event as dates become available.
Have a good One!!
September 22nd, 2013
If you are planning a vacation to Delray Beach, Florida, and choose to stay at the Seagate Hotel on Atlantic Avenue, you will be able to have privileges at the Seagate Beach Club, located at 401 South Ocean Blvd. For many years the Seagate Beach Club was all members, but since the opening of the Seagate Hotel, guests can sit on its private beach, and enjoy the many amenities the club has to offer.
Enjoying an evening at the Seagate with friends, Michael and Jeff, was special on Friday evening. Catching up with them after not seeing them for some time. Since it is a private club, I extended the patrons the opportunity to dine in complete privacy, so therefore, only a few photos of the evening you will see.
A room with a view is the place to be if you are seated on the balcony.
The bread was excellent!! And what followed were salads, beets, calamari, several types of beef and a pork ragu with gnocchi….chocolate cake, ice cream and key lime pie! Yum!
And, then, some ventured outdoors to catch one of the movies under the moonlight!!
Talk to you later….have a good one!