Many choices from gourmet bagels to breakfast buffet in a Victorian restaurant to fancy or casual lunch and gourmet dinners and of course, seafood restaurants.
Everybody has a favorite pizza restaurant in Rehoboth Beach. Is yours Grottos or Nicolas? Louie's, perhaps? Want take out? Try Frank and Louie's or Touch of Italy. Grandpa Macs is a kids favorite All an easy walk from The Star 412. Several upscale Italian restaurants are within 1 1/2 miles.
https://www.facebook.com/Frank-Louies-Italian-Specialties- Just about every ethnic food group is available.Rehoboth has a myriad of choices no matter what your preference.
What better time than during your vacation to treat yourself to a massage or other spa service, mani/pedi or hair cut, color or style?.
NT Nails & Spa (302) 227-7677, KT Nails on the Avenue (302) 260-9073
Avenue Apothecary & Spa (302) 227-5649,ReNove Med Spa (302) 227-1079
Marysia European Spa (302) 226-7757,Oasis Wellness Spa (302) 227-6260
Top Quality Spa (302) 226-9888, Soulstice Skin & Body (302) 853-0992
Bad Hair Day? (302) 227-4247, BEACH CUTS Hair Salon (302) 226-7622
Revelations Hair Studio (302) 260-1698 , Indigo Opal Salon (302) 260-9857
Beauty and the Beach Hair Boutique (302) 260-9383,
Indigo Opal Salon (302) 260-9857
Strolling from The Star 412 on the boardwalk to Rehoboth, Baltimore and Wilmington Avenue or in one of several cut through shopping areas in town, you will find an eclectic mix of boutiques and a unique variety of stores. Along Coastal Highway, there are many, many chain store and locally owned stores. Within 8 miles of downtown, there are 3 large Tanger Outlets. Delaware has NO retail sales tax.
There are several public golf courses in the area 8-15 miles from Rehoboth Beach. Complete listing of courses with particlulars of each course on http://www.sussexcountyonline.com/business/directory/golf/public.html
Start the year participating or watching the Polar Bear Plunge. Enjoy parades. Chocolate Festival, Christmas Tree lighting and ceremonies at the bandstand. You can walk to the famous SeaWitch Festival Parade and events from The Star 412. 4th of July fireworks are awesome. Festivals and exciting events throughout the year!
Walking, running or biking on the boardwalk from The star 412 or through the streets of Rehoboth Beach is great for body and mind. If you want more structured fitness options, there are several gyms and exercise studios in Rehoboth Beach.
The Y: https://www. ymcade.org/sussex/
The BodyShop: bodyshoprehoboth.com/
Ignite Yoga: http://www.igniteyoga3.com/
Something for everyone. Free bandstand family concerts in summer, live theater, guest bands and game nights at local restaurants and bars and late night adult shows. A few choices are:
Equipment rentals available within a few miles for just about any water sport that interests you. Geocaching trails. Great bike trails & mile long boardwalk.
Waterparks, miniature golf, arcades, go carts and an amusement park will keep you entertained for hours.
Within 10 miles, there are a multitude of historic markers and monuments, Rehoboth History Museum, email@example.com, Anna Hazard house, restored WWII lookout towers, Fort Miles History Museum and tours, http://www.destateparks.com/attractions/fort-miles/index.asp
Local artisans abound. There are often jewelry shows with a wide range of pieces and designs. Heidi Lowe studio on Rehoboth Ave. offer classes. Bellinats, Tracey Wehr Harrell, Salt Bleu, SeaShapes by Stephen, Virgin Sea Glass, Beach Stone Jewelry, Fay Kempton, KMSKAR Design. For more information, see Facebook page or Etsy by artisan name.
Lewes was the first town in the first state. When visiting off season, there is parking available. There are many historic buildings to explore and Victorian architecture. Stroll around Shipcarpenter Square, a historic preservation community of authentically restored 18th and 19th century homes. Visit The Cannonball House. It was struck by a British cannonball during the War of 1812.
The capital of Delaware, Dover is a marvelous combination of historic sites and museums. The state capital area brings to mind a miniature village.Attractions include, The Old State House, Briggs Museum, Air Mobility Command Museum at Dover Air Force Base and Delaware State Police Museum and Education Center.