Lewes - Historic District Restaurants
Agave Mexican Restaurant
137 Second Street
Large selection of tequilas and truly amazing, authentic food. Get there early - it fills up fast, especially in the summer. This little place gets rave reviews from our group for both lunch and dinner.
Bramble & Brine at The Buttery
102 Second Street; Corner of Savannah and Second Street
Elegant (but not stuffy) dining in a converted Victorian House with outdoor seating on the veranda. Great place to see and be seen.
Open for Dinner and Sunday Brunch
Nectar Cafe & Juice Bar
111 Neils Alley (off of Second Street)
Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner
Fresh, eclectic, healthy, delicious - all in a comfortable farmhouse style. Start your day or recharge anytime with a made-to-order juice. Excellent breakfast options and sandwiches!
The Station on Kings
720 Kings Highway
Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner
This place has everything! Cafe, market, home and garden with a fresh, modern style!
125 Second Street
Handmade pizza, and as you might guess from the name, a great selection of wines by the glass. (They serve beer, too.) Excellent pizzas, thoughtful wine choices, housemade desserts, and the vibe is laid back and cozy. Pull up a barstool on the porch or in the front window and get the best seat in town! You'll definitely see your glass as half full...
212 Savannah Road
Named one of the best restaurants in Delaware! Farm to table freshness with a creative flair.
Striper Bites Bistro
107 Savannah Road
Seafood and American, lunch and dinner
Good food and atmosphere - and they don't take reservations!
Touch of Italy (Salumeria and Pasticceria)
101 Second Street
One word: mozzarella.
Lewes (Outside City Limits) Restaurants
17382 Coastal Highway (next to Best's Ace Hardware on Rt. 1 - Southbound side)
Open 6:30 am -2pm mostdays
BEST bagels in the area for sure. Great Hawaii surf shack atmosphere with a friendly staff and huge menu.
The Greene Turtle(Sports Bar and Grill)
17388 North Village Main Unit 21
Huge menu! You are sure to find something to please even the pickiest eater. Sandwiches, salads, burgers, ribs, barbeque. TVs on almost every table and two dartboards.
17300 North Village Main (in the Villages of Five Points)
An eclectic menu of Mid-Atlantic seafood, featuring local Chesapeake Bay treats and Maryland's famous crabs and oysters! Yum! It's today'sversion of the classics.
The Crooked Hammock Brewery
16989 Kings Highway
Backyard cookout vibe with a vast selection of brews, food, and fun. Outdoor area for good-weather days, too.
Downtown Rehoboth Restaurants
18 Baltimore Avenue
Creative, delicious food from Lewes' Cafe Azafran spreads the love to Rehoboth. Great atmosphere! Check their specials (Paella Night, Steak Night). Yum!
Pig and Fish
236 Rehoboth Avenue (where Sydney's used to be)
Drinks - eat in or take out.
Our favorites- the fresca pizza- perfect for a light appetite, the bruschetta appetizer, the mushroom ravioli and the barbeque meatloaf. And don't forget the warm peanut butter brownie for dessert!
243 Rehoboth Avenue
When it comes to seafood,freshest is best.Finsis the place for fresh - raw, steamed, grilled, you name it! Great for families, too.
Lupo di Mare (Italian and Seafood)
247 Rehoboth Avenue (in Hotel Rehoboth)
Another Matt Haley success story....Matt is the chef/owner of several successful area restaurants and this one is exceptional.
8 North First Street (With entrances on First Street andRehoboth Avenue)
Famous for their Nic-o-Boli and Pasta Pails, you'd be hard pressed to find another place like it, it's so good! They even have take-home menu items so you can take your vacation memories home.
Dogfish Head Restaurant
320 Rehoboth Avenue
You can get rare Dogfish brews on tap (get the sampler if you want to tryan assortment), brick oven pizzas, an awesome tuna steak sandwich,and great crab dip....oh, anddelish creme brulee.
Rehoboth Restaurants Outside City Limits (Route 1 Corridor)
20298 Coastal Highway
From early Spring to late Summer you can find a line wrapped around the building...yeah, it's that good. Famous for their seafood, which everybody loves, and the filet is pretty amazing, too. Desserts are to die for. You cannot leave without tasting their famous family recipe chocolate cake. They even have a cookbook, so you can take the flavors of Rehoboth home!
17924 Coastal Highway
The largest liquor store in area and known for it's large selection of wines and craft beers, great prices and..."Ladies Nights" that feature free tasings from 5-7 every Wednesday with guest restaurants serving food paired with specific wines or beers.
Cape Wine and Spirits
34164 Citizen Drive
Just adjacent to the Lewes Wawa on Rt.1 this is probably the second largest liquor store in the area. Great selection, tastings, etc.