Group of girls in Rehoboth
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!!
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.
19730 Coastal Hwy., Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
107 Savannah Rd, Lewes, DE 19958
109 W Market St, Lewes, DE 19958
113 W Market St, Lewes, DE 19958
The Cultured Pearl
301 Rehoboth Ave, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
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.
172 E Davis St, Culpeper, VA 22701
52 Baltimore Ave, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971