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July 17th, 2019

Miyagi, Ramen Bar, Restaurant, Review, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Southern Delaware, DE Beaches, Japanese, Korean, Fusion Cuisine, The Art of Wining and Dining

We should consider ourselves so lucky to be at the Southern Delaware Beaches. Scorching temperatures even if sitting at the beach.

With hot temperatures I would like something light for lunch and dinner. It was late in the afternoon when I decided to stop at Miyagi Ramen Bar located at Shops at Seacoast, 19266 Coastal Highway, Unit 6 in Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971. It is where the Safeway is.

Miyagi opened a few years ago and to tell you the truth I should have stopped sooner. It was great to see Kim again. I used to always talk to him when he was at Saketumi. He owns Miyagi and is enjoying the hard work that it takes to give customers the best ingredients money can buy.

By the way his noodles are homemade. He makes weekly trips to Philadelphia to buy all the ingredients needed to make these dishes all top notch.

The restaurant is bigger than it appears from the outside. Plenty of parking which is a relief this time of the year.

There is a full bar, as well.

I decided on the Tuna Poke Bowl. This dish had sashimi grade tuna, poke sauce, avocado, edamame, bonito, seaweed salad, nori, masago and mixed greens over rice. It was delicious. A healthy serving too.

The website is

The telephone is 302-567-2385. Take out orders are offered but to me I think the experience is eating inside. Check the menu.

I cannot wait to go again. Plenty to choose from even for my Vegan friends.

Unitl later, let me know how you like by going to the AboutMyBeaches Facebook page.

Summer 2019 is passing by.

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June 18th, 2015

Rehoboth Beach Eats!! 208 Social, Restaurant, Bar, Downtown Rehoboth Beach, Eat, Drink, Be Social, Delaware Beaches, Southern Delaware


Social relates to or involves activities in which people spend time talking to each other.  The Beach, for many, is their happy place.  Here, in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, we have a little bit of eveything for everyone.  Downtown Rehoboth Beach is only one square mile.  Pristine beaches, an award-winning boardwalk, boardwalk grub, entertainment, tax free shopping….and then there are the restaurants.   Summer 2015 brings new restaurants to Rehoboth.


208 Social is located at 208 2nd St. in Downtown Rehoboth Beach, Delaware 19971  Tel. 302-227-6700  Website? Find it on Facebook, as well.  Nate and Lisa are the owners.  They are creating some very unique appetizers, entrees, and desserts, giving foodies some “food for thought”.  To know more about Nate and Lisa, please visit


The laissez-faire attitude of the DE Beaches is what keeps visitors coming back year after year, making fantastic unforgettable memories.  Summer 2015 promises to be a fabulous one!!

I love spending time and sharing a meal with good friends.  It is a most simple thing, and it gives me the most pleasure.  When Cindi and Madelon decided to come to Rehoboth Beach from Ocean City, Maryland, we waited for Restaurant Week.  208 Social was our destination.  And so we arrived early, so that I could take photos.

I love what they have done to the restaurant.  It opens at 4 p.m.  Come as you are and enjoy a drink at the bar, which as the night progressed, it got crowded.



208 Social has a choice of dining rooms.


It is so nice because the atmosphere in those rooms is quieter, conducive to friendly conversation.  We chose the porch.



Their Simple Salad…..greens, and a Sherry truffle vinaigrette.  The photo does not do justice…you had to close your eyes, taste, and enjoy one delicious dressing.


Pulled Chicken Fresh Spring Rolls….mango, watercress, peppers, cilantro, and a peanut dipping sauce.  Very interesting and healthy!!


Two orders of Crispy Soft Shells…a light tempura style breading, which my friends said was very good.  You could taste the delicate flavor of the soft shell.  Served on a sunchoke puree with baby spinach and toasted garlic.


When there are soft shell crabs on the menu I will, definitely, order them.  But Madelon and Cindi got them…..I needed something different, something savory, sweet, saucy or even tangy.

208 Sticky Ribs….These were from their Tavern Menu.  OMG, these crispy pork ribs with a Chile agrodolce (tangy), and toasted sesame were awesome.


Ice Cream for dessert.  This ice cream was from Pennsylvania, but pretty soon, they will be making their own, just like they make everything else.  This particular one was chocolate, and salted caramel.


Many thanks are given here to 208 Social for bringing us one of their strawberry pies, made to order.  Warm!!


So what else is left to say?  Can’t wait to go back!!

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