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August 5th, 2019

Station on Kings, Lewes, Delaware, Restaurant, Review, Lunch, Dinner, Bakery, Cafe, Garden Store, The Art of Wining and Dining, Southern Delaware

“Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you what you are.” anthelme brillat-savarin

Everyone’s is a food critic these days. I find that the experience comes from eating out often. It is actually very personal. You might love the restaurant and then someone will come back saying; what were you thinking?

The more relaxed you are while eating, the best it will be for you and your dining companion.

Kris Etze and I chose The Station on Kings located at 720 Kings Highway, Lewes, DE 19958. Tel. 302-645-0300. You can reserve tables online and the restaurant has plenty of parking. They are open from 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. Early morning coffee and baked goods are served. Every day you can enjoy lunch and dinner. Website? http://www.thestationlewes.com

Kris is a well known local personal chef. If you would like to know more about her…..she gives cooking classes too, please check her website http://www.abracadinner.com.

I love to see a beautiful plate full of colorful and well seasoned food. Kris can dissect how perfectly cooked a dish is. A pro at what she does.

The Station on Kings is a one stop shop. Beautifully displays of food, baked goods, home accessories.

Our server was very attentive. We ordered some wine and then jumped into the appetizers.

Have you ever had Blistered Shishito Peppers? Or, even know what they are?

Up close and personal…here is the photo. They are great for snacks. Easy to “blister” too. They are from Japan and sweet. But, caution is in order. 1 in 10 peppers are spicy. Don’t worry, nothing extreme. People that are in the know like Kris, will probably tell you that high heat and quick cooking is what you want. You want them fairly firm but with charred blisters on all sides.

My expert told me they were perfectly cooked. And me, the eating expert, will tell you that they were mild. The dipping sauce of kimchi aioli was also very good.

There is plenty to choose if you are vegetarian or have to eat gluten free.

Kris chose the Vegetarian Risotto. This dish was composed of farro, grilled corn, shaved fennel, house ricotta and chives. It was a nice portion and Kris really commented on how good it was.

I really do love octopus, so every time I see it being offered I order it. You want it to be firm but not dry and chewey and at The Station on Kings it did not disappoint. Perfectly done!! It was served with smoked potatoes, romesco, chorizo jam and salsa verde. Romesco is a tomato-based sauce that originated in Tarragona, Catalonia. The sauce was made by fishermen and should be eaten with fish.

Our choice for a sweet ending was Stone Fruit Frangipane Tart. A frangipane is made with almonds or almond flavoring, butter, sugar and eggs. The combination of cherries and roasted apricots was delicious. Cardamon almonds, brown butter caramel, and rum toffee ice cream. What can I say? Awesome!!

I am looking at these photos and I am salivating. Summer 2019 has brought the local restaurants to bring the best of what they have. Just yummy!!

Check my FB page AboutMyBeaches and comment if you have made it already to The Station on Kings.

Until then, Relax, You are at The Beach.


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May 28th, 2015

Day Tripping, Robert Morris Inn, Oxford, Maryland, Talbot County, Casual Outdoor Dining, Fine Dining, Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Teas, Dinner, Open Year Round

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Oxford is one of Maryland’s oldest towns.  It was the first and only port-of-entry on the Eastern Shore mandated by the Maryland legislation back in 1694.

Oxford is such a charming town.  Sailors, cyclists, kayakers enjoy the scenery and the peace emanating from this quaint town.  It is picture perfect and streets are lined with beautifully manicured, elegant and historic homes, framing the banks of the Tred Avon River.

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On the road for the day with my friends, the two Debbies, it only took us about an hour and a half from Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.  Our destination was the historic Robert Morris Inn.  It is 300 years old!!  Located at 314 North Morris Street (Main St.).  Tel. 410-226-5111.  Websiste? http://www.robertmorrisinn.com.  The Inn serves breakfast, lunch, afternoon teas (by reservation) and dinner.  It is open year-round.

There are 14 historic bedrooms located on the second and third floors.  Adjacent to the Inn they have the Bottle Cottage…..two modern, waterfront rooms.

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On this day the temperatures were a little warm but the cool breezes kept us very comfortable.  Oxford is very walkable.  Park your car, cycles and just walk and enjoy the beautiful town.

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Robert Morris was known as the “Financier of The Revolution”.  He arrived in Oxford in 1738.  President George Washington was a friend.  A part of Robert Morris’ residence is incorporated in the Robert Morris Inn.

A little trivia?  James Michener outlined his famous novel, Chesapeake, at the Inn.

The Robert Morris Inn has been enlarged several times since its time as a private home.  The murals in the dining room were made from wallpaper samples used by manufacturers salesmen, 140 years ago.

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The Tavern has a slate floor that came from Vermont.  Timber beams, panelled walls and open fires.

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This fireplace is from the 1800s and the spot for many to have their photos taken.

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It was great to see my friend, Susan Campbell.  She joined our small group for an outdoor lunch.  Her family owns Campbell Boatyards with 3 locations in Oxford.  They are a full service, high quality marine and boat building facility.  Please visit http://www.campbellsboatyards.com.

We were looking forward to the offerings of Celebrity Chef, Mark Salter, of Scottish descent.

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Spring Pea & Mint Soup with Crispy Shallots was served warm.  It had the perfect consistency. The peas paired with mint…a pretty good combination of flavors.  I think this soup could also be served chilled in the heat of summer.

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The Grilled Asparagus Salad with Panko Crusted Goat Cheese, organic greens, toasted walnuts, dried fig chutney and a blackberry balsamic vinaigrette was a signature salad dish.   Perfect for summer and for those trying hard to keep their girlie figures.

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Chef Salter is Scottish…so, Fish n’ Chips is another signature dish offered at this time of the year.  Battered Cod, buttered peas, remoulade and shoestring fries.  It was awesome!!  Not in the least greasy!!  Light and perfectly seasoned.

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An order of the Chicken Salad Sandwich….except no bread, so it became a Chicken Salad entree with lettuce, tomato, celery, red onion, dried cranberries, and toasted almonds. Homemade chips!!

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Thanks for such great service and suggestions!!

Friends are the best, and sharing a meal with them is always priceless!!  No dessert…..heading towards the Scottish Highland Creamery on Tilghman St.

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Note:  Some info. was taken from the Robert Morris Inn’s brochure.

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June 22nd, 2014

North Bethany Eats! Matt’s Fish Camp, Restaurant, Lunch, Dinner, Happy Hour, Carry Out, Bethany Beach, Delaware Beaches, Southern Delaware, Matt’s Fish Camp is a Supporter of Operation Seas The Day September 2nd – 7th, 2014

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In the 1930’s the ritual of anglers dangling their reels over rivers, waiting for a bite, gave birth to fish camps along the Southern U.S.  Fish camps have become local favorites and hidden jewels, found, at times off the beaten path; no frills establishments serving fresh catch.

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With that in mind, I am sure, Matt’s Fish Camp opened its doors in 2011 in North Bethany Beach, on Coastal Highway.  If you are driving south from Dewey Beach, Matt’s Fish Camp is the only eatery right on the highway, oceanside, until you arrive closer to Bethany Beach.  From Rehoboth to Bethany….12 miles more or less.  Tel. 302-539-2267  Website?  http://www.mattsfishcamp.com.

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Not really off the beaten path like the first fish camps, Matt’s Fish Camp can easily be spotten from Coastal Highway or Rt. 1.  This restaurant is part of Matt Haley Companies…with several sister restaurants at the Delaware Beaches.  No reservations, the restaurant opens at 11:30 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. every day.  Wine and beer are served at Matt’s Fish Camp.

The community where Matt’s Fish Camp is located is called Tower Shores.  It is one of the original communities right on the beach, adjacent to the State Park beaches, the Indian River Marina, and the Indian River Inlet.

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The restaurant is casual, come as you are or get dressed up….really that’s how comfortable it is.  You can sit at the bar by the open kitchen, or by the window. Booths are available and a large center table for large parties.  Maybe even call the restaurant for carry out, because all you have to do is drive up, park and pick it up on the side.  Perfect if you are spending a day at the beach.

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I stopped late in the day, driving from Bethany to Rehoboth, when I got a little hungry.  Something light is what I wanted.

What I did was to order a tea, a garden salad, with a side order of Lobster Salad, and….since my eyes were bigger than my hunger….I also added Lobster Deviled Eggs.

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I had my own salad bar going on….a clean plate was ordered and this is what it looked like.  To tell you the truth I don’t eat too many eggs. But, deviled eggs, I do like.  These were traditionally made.  At first I was going to order the Lobster Roll without the roll when Reed, my server, pointed out that I could have an add on, which was just a Lobster Salad.  The garden salad was also traditionally made, and very fresh.

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Just a perfect lunch at the beach!!

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Matt’s Fish Camp is a supporter of Operation Seas The Day.  This is an annual warrior family beach week event held in Bethany Beach the week of September 2nd to the 7th for our Veterans who are recovering from injuries sustained while serving our country, and their immediate families.  A week of rest and relaxation.

The families will be staying in homes donated by local homeowners.  Plans underway for organized events, including a kickoff welcome reception, a beach bonfire/cookout, a concert at Freeman State, and a farewell brunch.

Additionally, Bethany Beach businesses and area residents have offered a “menu” of options and activities available, free of charge, throughout this week.

If you would like to learn more, please visit http://www.operationseastheday.org

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March 7th, 2014

High Street, Restaurant, Market Street, Old City, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, A Must!!

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Breakfast is supposed to fuel your body for the chores ahead, an early morning ritual not to be missed…..The chore at hand was visiting the annual Philadelphia Flower Show.  I could not wait…you know how it has been; cold, snowy, and gray.  My friend, Jody, and I took off for Philly to make this a girls’ trip.

High Street is located at 308 Market St. in Old City.  Tel. 215-625-0988  Website?  http://www.highstreetonmarket.com

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For breakfast we were to order at the counter, and then it would be brought to our booth.  High Street opens for breakfast, lunch, and dinner…yes, they serve food all day long.

All pastries and breads are made in-house.  They use locally milled flours and grains.

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They also cure their meets…my breakfast was going to be made with this brown sugar cured pastrami.

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The long hot peppers were already roasted and were also going to be part of my breakfast.  Actually, I found them mild, but others have mentioned that they are hot.  Needless to say they give a bit of a kick to an expectant palate.

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My friend, Jody, decided on something that would stick to your ribs….oatmeal!  It was cold in Philly.  But, what she was not expecting was their her oatmeal was the best she had ever tasted…..It was Baked Oatmeal; stone cut organic Carolina oats, dried orchard fruit, oatmeal streusel.  Delish!!

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My son, who had decided to accompany us went for a more traditional breakfast.  It was called the Italian Market Breakfast with Lancaster bologna, spicy Coppa, Roasted Broccoli Rabe, Old Bay Fried Potatoes, Farm fried eggs and homemade toasted bread.  Also a winner!!

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My usual question….What is the dish that is the most popular, the one that keeps customers coming back again, and again?  Without hesitation it was the Pastrami & Hash.  This breakfast sandwich was so impressive, with an awesome presentation and fabulous taste.  It had shaved pastrami, spiced hash, roasted peppers and onions, farm egg, and Russian dressing.  It was served on a board with a side dish of a long hot pepper and hot sauce made from those peppers, as well.  The sauce some heat and added even more flavor.  Loved it and would have it again in no time.

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Fueld up and ready to attend the flower show….we were on our way.

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February 26th, 2014

Cafe Azafran, Restaurant, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Breakfast, Saturday, Sunday, Lunch & Dinner Daily, Tapas, Small Plates, Large Plates, Restaurant, Review, Live Entertainment Thursdays, Tapas Happy Hour, Delaware Beaches

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The Spaniards have been doing this type of eating for hundreds of years…The Spanish tapas are a great way to try many dishes without having to really have a full meal.  It is also a great way to share when friends get together and want to chat and catch up.

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So, we decided we would go and graze at Cafe Azafran located at 18 Baltimore Avenue in Downtown Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.  It is on the ocean block.  Tel. 302-227-8100.  Website?  http://www.cafeazafran.com.

Baltimore Avenue in Rehoboth Beach is a very trendy street in Downtown Rehoboth with plenty of restaurants and boutiques.  During the height of the season our visitors enjoy walking out and about Rehoboth stopping at favorite restaurants.  Cafe Azafran has been in Rehoboth more than a few years with a sister restaurant in Lewes.

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Cafe Azafran offers Breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays at this time of the year.  Every day lunch is served from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.  Dinner begins at 5 p.m.  Tapas Happy Hour Sunday through Thursday from 5 p.m. until 6 p.m. During warmer months and weather permitting there is also al fresco dining.

Every Thursday night John Flynn and Holly Lane perform live from 6:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m.

Our grazing began with the following tapas:

Lamb Albondigas or lamb meatballs in a roasted red pepper sauce.

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Asparagus a la Plancha, grilled and topped with crispy Jamon Serrano from Spain.

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An order of Ratatouille Provencal with fresh herbs and Pecorino.

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A Roasted Beet Salad to go with all of the above had mixed greens, endive, asparagus, boucheron, candied pecans, and a balsamic vinaigrette.

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And because one salad was not enough…haha…we ordered the Salad Nicoise du Jour topped with salmon, haricots verts, egg, field greens, endive, new potatoes and olives.

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My small plate was filled with delicious food….there was no room for dessert.

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Have a good one!!

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November 10th, 2013

Rehoboth Beach Eats! Quiche Lorraine, Simple, Savory, Versatile, Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch, Dinner….You Choose, Delaware Beaches, Southern Delaware

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Plenty of restaurants offer the versatile Quiche for breakfast, brunch, lunch and even dinner.  It is that kind of dish.  My favorite is more of the traditional Quiche Lorraine.  It originated in Lorraine, France.  But, the word “quiche” come from the German word “kuchen” or cake.

My motto is “make it your own”, when it comes to recipes.  The same has happened with Quiche Lorraine; no two are created equal.  It is been said that, traditionally, the cream shoud be just that…cream, or even a stiff “creme fraiche”.  For my recipe, I used a light cream, trying to save calories and fat where I can.

Hope you like it.  It is very easy.  I do have a deep pie dish, but if you don’t, just cut the recipe in half.  I bought a prepared pie crust, and followed the directions on the package…making things so much more simple.

QUICHE LORRAINE

6 large eggs, slightly beaten

2 cups light cream

10 slices of bacon, crisply cooked and crumbled…I bought the low sodium bacon.

6 tablespoons Dijon mustard

1/2 cup finely minced onion

2 cups grated Swiss cheese

1/4 teaspoon salt…I did not add any salt because the bacon and cheese have plenty…up to you.

1/4 teaspoon pepper

Pie dough…if you want to make your own, it would probably be awesome!

Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees.

Combine all ingredients except pie dough…haha.  Pour into prepared pie pan and bake it for about 45 minutes to an hour. Closer to the hour, unless you cut the recipe in half.

It will be ready when a knife inserted in filling comes out clean.

Then, all you have to do is serve it and enjoy.

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I served the Quiche Lorraine with a Kale Mango Salad.  Sounds weird to have served it with this salad, but it was great!!  The recipe for the Mango Kale Salad can be found on AboutMyBeaches.  Just click on the month of June of 2013 and scroll down to the 17th.  It is under Meatless Monday, Mango Kale Salad.  I got the recipe from Vege Fest in Rehoboth Beach this summer.

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Have a great day!!

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July 29th, 2012

Modern Mixture, Restaurant, Rehoboth Beach, Review, Breakfast, Smoothies, Coffee Bar, Burritos, Mexican Tortas, Salads, Kids Menu, Downtown Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Beaches, New Eatery in Town

“The demand for ethnic foods in the United States reflects the Nation’s changing diversity, as well as, its development over time.”   national restaurant association

And isn’t that the truth?  Ethnic foods are probably one of my favorites; the spices, aromas, from different countries put you in a certain mood….warm and cozy or that heat that kicks your taste buds up a notch.

I dragged one of my sons to Downtown Rehoboth Beach.  He was willing, knowing that food was the reward.  My sons are foodies.  They can eat stones; they have always been great eaters; adventurous is the way I would qualify them.  So off to join the many on the road already on Rt. 1.  Good thing we knew how to get around the traffic.

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We were heading to Modern Mixture.  No idea where it was; just that it was located at 62A Rehoboth Avenue.  Midway through the ocean block.  We did not miss it.  Bright colors pulling you in.  If you are facing the ocean, it will be on the right hand side.  Great to see the water bowls for the four legged friends too.  The telephone is 302-227-0600  Website? http://www.modern-mixture.com.  You can find them of Facebook and Twitter.

The restaurant is long, with tables and benches on either side. It is a super casual eatery.  No alcohol is served.

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At the end of the hall you will find Leo and his staff.  Leo is the owner of Modern Mixture, which only opened in Downtown Rehoboth Beach 2 months ago.  He told me that it has been a process, but a good one.  Now he would like people to know where he is; to know that he makes, practically, everything in-house, and that his food is tasty and delicious; reasonably priced too.

I spoke to Leo in Spanish.  I love it when I can give this courtesy to someone that speaks my native language.  Leo was great and so friendly.

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On his menu you will find Mexican Tortas, which are hot sandwiches; Torta Cubana, Torta de Milanesa, Torta Libanesa and a Torta del Chato.  The Burritos will be: a Simple Burrito with your choice of meats, Vegetarian, Burrito Mixto, Burrito Moderno, and a Burrito Chido with pulled adobado pork, refried beans, guacamole and pico de gallo.  Falafel, sope which is a homemade tortilla, lightly fried, topped with refried beans, homemade chorizo, lettuce, radishes, onions, sour cream and queso fresco.  Salsa of your choice on top.  The always present guacamole and even a kids menu.  A little bit of “mixture” for everyone.

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A salsa bar to serve your own sauces, all homemade.

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My son wanted a breakfast burrito.  So he decided to customize it with egg whites, avocado, bacon, and refried beans.  It came with fresh fruit.  An Americano coffee for his drink.

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It was a beautiful burrito and it was sooooo good.  Let’s put it this way, he said “I will definitely come back here”.

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I wanted a smoothie.  Leo asked me if I wanted a healthy one.  Of course!!  My smoothie was made with a whole avocado, mango, pineapple, and spring mix salad.  Only ice was added.  It was so refreshing and I was so surprised that no other liquids were included.

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Leo suggested I give his fish tacos a try.  Either fish or shrimp.  I ordered one of each.  They were beer battered and the fish used was wahoo.  They were served with a bean, tomato and corn salsa.  Chips also.  Lately, I have been checking out the fish tacos and Leo presented them in a flour tortilla, and a tasty sauce.  The fish and the shrimp were crunchy on the outside and very moist inside.  Just very good, indeed.

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I, had to ask, I just had to….Do you have corn tortillas?  A lot of people do prefer them to the flour ones, but my question was because I wanted to find out if someone with a gluten allergy could eat at Modern Mixture.  At present, he only has flour tortillas.  The reason being that the corn tortillas he has tried, have not been to his satisfaction.  Looking for a supplier.

Regarding eating gluten free.  He makes soups and tamales that are gluten free.  All you have to do is call him ahead of time and find out what’s on the menu and ask.

By the way, Monday, 7/30 he will have tamales…just in case you are interested.

Leo was not going to let us go without trying his fried ice cream.  My downfall is ice cream and I do love it fried.  His were perfect for sharing; it was a large order.  So good; the dough around it was still so warm.  Oh well, hitting the gym is an understatement.

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Word of mouth is an amazing advertising tool….stop by and let me know how you like it.

Have a great week!!  Talk to you later.

Mexican soft drinks.

Mexican soft drinks.

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December 28th, 2011

What’s Going On?, Rehoboth Beach Restaurants on Trendy Baltimore Avenue Celebrate New Year’s Eve, Entertainment, Showstoppers!! at Clear Space Theatre

 

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In Rehoboth to celebrate the New Year?  You are in for a real treat because the weather is gorgeous and we hope it stays that way.  Hello Downtown Rehoboth Beach!!

Baltimore Avenue is a trendy street in Downtown Rehoboth Beach with very unique restaurants.  It is parallel to Rehoboth Avenue.  Lots of shops, quaint old houses and the ocean at the end of the street.

If you want entertainment then Showstoppers!! at Clear Space Theatre would be a special way of ringing in the New Year.  A group of talented vocalists will take the stage at 9 p.m. to offer you a brand new selection of big Broadway musical numbers like Bosom Buddies from Mame, Easy Street from Annie and Glitter and Be Gay from Candide, among many others.

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It is an hour long performance, then a live swing band for the remainder of the evening so you can swing-in the New Year.  Dancing will continue until 1 a.m. with hors d’oeuvres and dessert throughout the evening, including a champagne toast at midnight.

Venue?  Clear Space Theatre, 20 Baltimore Ave.  Tickets are $50 each and includes the performance, live music, hors d’oeuvres, dessert and champagne toast.  A cash bar will also be available.  You can purchase tickets online at www.clearspacetheatre.org, by phone at 302-227-2270 or in person at the box office.

 

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Cafe Azafran – 18 Baltimore Avenue.  This restaurant will have seating availabe at 6-6:30 p.m. and 9-9:30 p.m.   $49 per person plus gratuity.  They will be offering 3 courses and the dinner includes a salad of baby romaine, radicchio and endive.

Please call 302-227-8100 and visit their website, www.cafeazafran.com so you can check out the menu for that evening.  They open for breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays.

 

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Eden is located at 23 Baltimore Avenue.  Tel. 302-227-3330.  They will be offering an early seating for $85 per person or a late seating for $95 per person, including a champagne toast.  Both seatings will have 4 courses.

Check their website, http://www.edenrestaurant.com.  You will find the menu for that evening on Specials and Events.

 

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MIXX will be offering a New Year’s Eve Menu with Pepper Crusted Filet Mignon, Seared Scallops or Surf & Turf.  The restaurant is located at 26 Baltimore Ave., Tel. 302-226-8700.  Website?  www.mixxrehoboth.com.

 

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Blue Moon is located at 35 Baltimore Avenue.  Tel. 302-227-6515.  This restaurant is celebrating New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.  Seating in the dining room will begin at 5:30 p.m.  4 courses for $95 per person.

Then, you can select from the 4-course New Year’s evening menu with a fabulous show by Pamala Stanley in their warm and cozy Atrium.  That will begin at 6:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. for $135 per person.

New Year’s Day at the Blue Moon will bring a brunch from 10:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m….Their homemade Bloody Marys or Mimosas….Reservations are suggested.

Their Season Closing Party begins at 9 p.m. with drink specials, hors d’oeuvres and entertainment.

Their website?  www.bluemoonrehoboth.com.

 

Sole went through a renovation, opening on their same spot at 44 Baltimore Avenue . Enjoy their new menu and decor on this last day of the year; it is a mix of the old and new.  Call for reservations at 302-227-7107.  You can find Sole-Rehoboth on Facebook, as well. 

Sunday is their Pajama Party Brunch – Starting the New Year in a comfortable way.  Call them up for reservations and more info.

You can check the menu on http://capegazette.villagesoup.com/business/el/sol/150891.

 

Baltimore Avenue is only two long blocks but believe me, it is a happening place in Rehoboth Beach!!

 

Have fun!!!  Talk to you later…

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