Nestled along Rehoboth Avenue just steps away from the beach, Purple Parrot Grill is a bright and lively restaurant and bar catering to a gay-friendly crowd. Find out more about Purple Parrot In Rehoboth Beach below!
A Gay-Friendly Bar and Grill in Downtown Rehoboth
Characterized by its laid-back beach vibes and brightly-colored cartoon murals, Purple Parrot Grill sets the stage for a night of fun. The restaurant hosts live music frequently and keeps its kitchen open late, making it an excellent choice for when you’re in need of a snack or meal after a night out on the town in Rehoboth.
A vine-covered building holds indoor and outdoor dining, with a beer garden in the back of the restaurant.
Different specials are offered daily, from $3.00 Bloody Marys and mimosas during Saturday and Sunday brunches to fried fish sandwiches on Fridays and mojitos on Mondays.
Starters sample from a variety of fresh seafood, from jumbo clam strips, oysters on the half shell, and little neck clams to mussels Italiano and coconut shrimp skewers.
Chicken wings (renamed parrot wings) include sauce choices like buffalo hot, dry Caribbean jerk, Old Bay, garlic butter, Asian sauce, and traditional Parrot sauce.
Three-bean chili, gumbo, and Maryland crab soup will warm you up on a chilly fall or winter day, while refreshing salads like spinach and strawberry and Southwestern taco salad will keep things light during a warm summer afternoon.
Sandwiches, wraps, and baskets are all available on the menu. Cuban club paninis, French dip wraps, Key West shrimp BLT burritos, and half-pound crab cakes all present inventive and decadent takes on classic dishes.
Burger choices include cheeky names and delicious ingredients, from the Hawaiian Gobbler to the Biggest Weenie on da’ Beach, with toppings like jalapenos, mushroom, swiss, roasted garlic aioli spread, bleu cheese, and more.
Purple Parrot Grill’s pub grub pays homage to European favorites, from shepherd’s pie and bangers and mash to wiener mit bratkartoffein and bratwurst mit bratkartoffein.
Further foreign influences can be enjoyed in the form of schnitzel parmesan, schweineschitzel mit spaetzle, teriyaki tuna with chilled sesame noodles, Bavarian stroganoff, and drunken shrimp alongside snow crab legs, prime rib, and Maryland jumbo lump crab cakes.
Restaurants In Rehoboth
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