Rehoboth Beach Travel Guide
Rehoboth Beach Local History
Delaware's largest Atlantic resort was originally founded as a Christian resort in 1873, and was known as the Rehoboth Beach Camp Meeting Association. Today the town is so popular its normal population of 1,500 undergoes a serious explosion in the summer and swells to a staggering 75,000 or more. With the beautiful sandy white dunes, and all that this resort has to offer the holidaymaker, these figures are not surprising.
Where else can you find so much to do in such a small place? With whale-watching, boating, sailing, fishing, a bandstand that puts on regular concerts, film festivals, jazz festivals, bird watching, miniature golf, airplane flips, and, and, and the list is never ending.
Rehoboth Beach Attractions
Rehoboth Beach Restaurants and Bars
Rehoboth Beach Restaurants
Lamp Post Restaurant - Rr 1, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971, the food served at this casual restaurant is seafood and steak, with a children's menu. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, and has a bar.
LA LA Land Located at 22 Wilmington Ave, Rehoboth Beach, DE, this restaurant has been voted "Best Restaurant in Sussex County," Reader's Choice Awards 2000, and offers 'fine dining under the stars'. With a menu that caters to American and International cuisines, it is also famous for its fresh seafood.
Cafe Zeus Located at 37 Wilmington Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971, this European eatery offers brunch, lunch and dinner, and has outdoor seating as well as the Argos Bar, where visitors can relax before enjoying an excellent meal.
Applebee's Neighbourhood Grill & Bar Located at 1270 Ocean Outlets, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971, this family restaurant goes all out for kids, with a special menu and loads of things for them to do while waiting for their meal.
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