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I'm going to Rehoboth in 2 weeks with a group of about 10-12 girls for a bachelorette weekend and would love some suggestions on where to eat. We'll probably only be doing on dinner out- any suggestions on where to go? We're renting a house about 1 1/2 miles from the beach; near the outlets. Most of us are foodies, but we have a few people who are very picky in our group as well. Age ranges are from 30-50. Thanks!!

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  1. Rehoboth has so many wonderful restaurants of every stripe. I want you to go to rehobothfoodie.com and localsonlyblog.com for an overview. Also be sure to search this board for recent Rehoboth discussions.
    I am so redundant here but my family's favorite Rehoboth restaurant is The Cultured Pearl. Lupo Di Mare would be a nice choice for a ladies night out but so would Nage and it is close to where you are staying.
    I think The Purple Parrot on Rehoboth Avenue would be fun for a bachelorette party, not so much for the food but for the craziness and drag partying that happens there latenight.
    These days I am in love with Baltimore Avenue. If I had a dozen friends in town, Baltimore is probably where I would head. I don't think there is a bad restaurant over there except Jake's. I was at the new Jam Bistro yesterday and got a look inside and at their menu and can't wait to dine there. It is Eden's new sibling. Cafe Azafran just opened and looks gorgeous too and I have no doubts about their food either since the Lewes location is so wonderful.
    I think Lewes is a very special place. A group of ladies would love the Second Street experience. I love The Buttery, Agave, Cafe Azafran, Half Full, Kindle, and Striper Bites.
    I hope yall have a great time.

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    Nage
    19730 Coastal Hwy., Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

    Striper Bites
    107 Savannah Rd, Lewes, DE 19958

    Cafe Azafran
    109 W Market St, Lewes, DE 19958

    Half Full
    113 W Market St, Lewes, DE 19958

    The Cultured Pearl
    301 Rehoboth Ave, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

    1. Hands-down Dogfishhead. It's not the brewery proper, which is located in Milton (tours can be arranged, might be a fun activity for you guys), but they have a microbrew within the restaurant of their beers. The food is tasty and very reasonably priced for the beach, includes wood-oven pizzas, burgers, and my favorite- the spinach salad with warm mushrooms and a bacon dressing. You can also get a flight of beer for tasting in the restaurant and they brew some of their own spirits for those not into hops. I recommend a reservation, always packed. When looking for fine-dining options, don't forget about Lewes, 8 miles away, it's a really cute town with lots of upscale restaurants. Iguana Grill on Baltimore is i think a better/calmer version of the Purple Parrot, good cocktails.

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      Purple Parrot
      172 E Davis St, Culpeper, VA 22701

      Iguana Grill
      52 Baltimore Ave, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

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      1. re: oliviainbmore

        how much do you want to spend? most of these outings aren"t geared for fine dining more for fun and the celebration of the last days of singlehood.

      2. Stingray- latin-asian fusion,
        Zebra: Italian
        Cultured Pearl-sushi

        1. Blue Moon in Rehoboth is always exciting.