Best New Restaurants in Rehoboth
There’s never a lack of new things to check out in Rehoboth; even if you come back year after year, you will usually find new restaurants in Rehoboth with unique personalities and exciting food to experience. An enticing array of new eateries has recently sprung up in Rehoboth, and we’ve picked out the ones that are sure to titillate your taste buds.
Cooter Brown’s Twisted Southern Kitchen and Bourbon Bar
70 Rehoboth Avenue
Located at First Street Station, Cooter Brown’s Twisted Southern Kitchen is where you can find the best of the south up in the north. With a down-home whiskey tinged ambiance, Cooter’s offers unique and mouthwatering southern fare such as Texas Frito Pie, Watermelon Salmon, five different grilled oyster preparations, and some of the best burgers along the beach.
44 Rehoboth Avenue
Rehoboth finally has an authentic Indian restaurant, and it’s a good one! For the past twelve years owner Raghu Kumar, his wife Sudesh, and his nephew, Chef Zeenat Bhanot, have been serving up some of the finest Indian fare in Annapolis, Maryland before opening Indigo in Rehoboth. Indigo offers well-known Indian favorites such as Tandoori Chicken and Lamb Tikka Masala; however, what makes Indigo especially appealing is their vast menu of traditional Indian fare that is a rarity in much of the western world. For a new experience give this new restaurant in Rehoboth a try.
26 Baltimore Avenue
For an authentic taste of Paris without having to get on a plane, head over to La Fable. Though you can find excellent crepes and French pastries in Rehoboth, La Fable is the only French eatery in town serving a full dinner menu. Serving mouthwatering French cuisine such as Foie Gras Mousse, Escargot, Coquille St. Jacques, Boeuf Bourguignon and much more, La Fable is the top spot in Rehoboth for a genuinely Parisian experience. They are open from 5:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. and reservations are highly recommended.
Rosenfeld’s Jewish Deli
18949 Coastal Highway
Okay, so Rosenfeld’s isn’t right on Rehoboth Beach, but if you are craving a real Jewish delicatessen, they are totally worth the short drive up the Coastal Highway (Highway 1). Owner Warren Rosenfeld offers patrons a genuine kosher-style deli experience. His extensive kosher menu offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner and features favorites such as traditional Reubens and other deli sandwiches; the best kosher hot dogs ever, melt in your mouth brisket, and of course, matzo ball soup.
G Cask and Kitchen
234 Rehoboth Avenue
G Cask and Kitchen is a welcome and unique addition to Rehoboth’s thriving food scene. A diverse menu of international cuisine including Mediterranean, Italian, American South, Indian, and Caribbean flavors is the hallmark of G Cask and Kitchen. Offerings include unique culinary creations like Prosciutto Wrapped Monkfish, Shrimp and Red Snapper Ceviche, Pikilia, Chicken Tikka Masala, and much more, G Cask and Kitchen is your go-to restaurant in Rehoboth when you want excellent food but can’t decide which of the world’s cuisine you want most.