The salt air really revs up an appetite, and you won't go hungry in this town. Ready for breakfast? Dine at Victoria's, the Boardwalk Plaza Hotel's restaurant. Indulge in the tiny blueberry muffins and great coffee. Follow with the Raspberry Swirl French Toast ($11.95). For a Continental experience, try Café Papillon. A strawberry-and-whipped cream crêpe ($5.95) should start your day off right; (302) 227-7568. Another local favorite, Retro Cafe, serves up a great breakfast wrap ($6) of eggs, cheese, salsa, bacon, or sausage that also makes an excellent lunch; (302) 227-9752.
Try Jakes Seafood House for an early lunch (it gets crowded), and don't pass up the seafood bisque ($5-$7). The fried crab cake sandwich tastes great too ($10.95); (302) 227-6237 or www.jakesseafood.com.
Another popular lunch spot, Grotto Pizza, sits right on the Boardwalk. Get the Baker's Choice--pepperoni, sausage, sweet peppers, and a wonderful light crust ($17.29); (302) 227-3601. For dinner, you can't beat Blue Moon. They've been around for 25 years and have a yummy fried green tomato appetizer ($14) and a delicious rosemary-crusted rack of lamb ($39). Service and atmosphere make this a cut above; (302) 227-6515 or www.bluemoonrehoboth.com.
Atlantic Seafood Grille--located in the Atlantic Sands Hotel--offers such entrées as Mediterranean Chicken with artichoke hearts, basil, capers, and feta ($17); (302) 227-2093.
left: Blue Moon, a fine dining restaurant, serves mouthwatering tuna dishes.