Have breakfast at Kaisy’s Delights. The menu features Austro-Hungarian dishes alongside American breakfast classics. Egg sandwiches start at $4.49. The restaurant is right off the beach, so, after your meal, go for a stroll along the water. Visit the Rehoboth Beach Museum to learn more about the town’s history. Hours vary seasonally. Admission is based on a voluntary donation.
Grab lunch at Henlopen City Oyster House. The restaurant specializes in fresh seafood, though there are plenty of non-seafood options available. Spend $15–25 on lunch. If you’re looking to score some deals, stop by the Tanger Outlets in Rehoboth Beach. With dozens of stores to choose from, you’re likely to find a deal. There are additional boutique shopping options on Rehoboth Avenue.
Have dinner at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats. The brewpub is part of the Dogfish Head Brewery family. The menu features a wide variety of elevated pub grub. Appetizers start at $6 and sandwiches start at $13. If beer isn’t your thing, there are plenty of cocktails and wine to enjoy. The brewpub hosts live music often, so check the schedule before your visit.
There are numerous year-round events in and around Rehoboth Beach. Check the calendar of events before planning your stay.
There are tons of places to hike around the world — possibly even dozen of options just miles from where you currently sit. But some hiking destinations are better than others. Here are a few that will be entirely unforgettable — along with some of the best ways to see them.
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