As if we needed more incentive to come to the beach, the perks just keep coming!
In addition to the new businesses brewing on Kings Highway (from our last blog) the beach will soon have a few more awesome dining/entertainment venues:
- Matt’s Fish Camp Coming to Route 1 in Lewes
If you have dined out at the beach, chances are you’ve eaten at a SoDel Concept restaurant! One of its favorites, Matt’s Fish Camp in Bethany, is coming to the Tenley Court Shopping Center on Route 1.
Renovation has already begun on the site of the former Donut Connection (“the Old Lazy Susan’s” spot) and is possibly going to be finished for an early summer opening. According to a recent Cape Gazette article, the restaurant will be about 3,200 square feet, seat 90 people in the dining room, and feature a 12-seat bar and raw bar. To follow the progress of the new Matt's Fish Camp, go towww.facebook.com/MattsFishCampLewes.
Here’s the more detailed article:
- Lefty’s Alley and Eats Brings Bowling to Route 1
Another exciting addition to the Lewes/Route 1 area is a modern, first-of-its-kind on Delmarva entertainment center called Lefty’s Alley and Eats. The venue will be located adjacent to the Wawa property on Dartmouth Drive at Route 1 and will feature 16 bowling lanes, a 110-seat restaurant and bar, 4,500 square feet of arcade games, a two-story, 5,000-square-foot custom-themed laser tag arena and banquet rental options for special events. For more information, go to Lefty’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/LeftysAlleyAndEats/. Site work began for the project in October and they are planning a November 2016 opening.
Here’s the article:
- Rehoboth Beach Cinema Art House – Now Showing!
And yet another noteworthy addition to our beach arts and entertainment scene – also in Dartmouth Plaza behind Wawa - is the long-awaited Rehoboth Beach Cinema Art House, which went live on St. Patrick’s Day with a Jewish Film Festival.
The art house features two screening rooms – a 108-seat room with an elevated floor and one that sits 35 to 40 people for smaller screenings.
For more information on the art house, the film festival and how to donate, go to rehobothfilm.com.
To stay updated on progress, come visit! It’s an especially great time to consider a second home or a full relocation to the beach!