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Rehoboth Beach this summer for family vacation!

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Mayner Mar 4, 2007 05:59 AM

A group of twenty of our extended family, ranging in age from one to 80, will be renting a house this summer for a week. We are unfamiliar with the area. We'll probably be barbecuing at the house most times, but would like some recommendations for child-friendly restaurants as well as noteworthy "adult" restaurants should the adults venture out for a meal or two without the kiddies. Thanks in advance!

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    dinwiddie RE: Mayner Mar 4, 2007 06:41 AM

    For dining with young kids, you can go almost anywhere along the boardwalk or nearby. After all, Rehobeth is a beach town that likes to cater to families.

    For dining alone without the kids, there are lots and lots of good restaurants in town. Some of my favorites are Espuma, Eden, Chez la Mer, Fusion, and The Back Poarch (especailly if you can get a table on the roof)

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      bd9 RE: dinwiddie Mar 5, 2007 03:57 PM

      I've got to second the recomendation for Espuma. Excellent dinner there last summer. The three-day pork is amazing.

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        QueenB RE: bd9 Mar 7, 2007 11:07 AM

        I third the Espuma recommendation. We had an amazing dinner there.

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      sanderb RE: Mayner Mar 6, 2007 08:27 AM

      For the adults, I would suggest The Buttery in nearby Lewes. With the kids, you can't go wrong with Nicola Pizza, or for seafood, Jake's.

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