It might feel like the world is in complete disarray right now, but one thing that never fails to unite a community is food. At the Delaware beaches, we are fortunate to have a thriving dining scene, even in this period of uncertainty. (For a list of local restaurants still open for business during the COVID-19 outbreak, click here.)
Those looking for healthy options at the beach to fuel their bodies and keep immune systems strong need to look no further than Seed Eatery. At the recently opened Rehoboth restaurant—which is still serving diners carryout as of this week—the menu is remarkably approachable.
The fast-casual eatery is owned by Dmitry Gorin and Yauhen Yurhelevich and is located just steps away from Rosenfeld’s, Minh’s Bistro and the Beef Jerky Outlet on Route 1. The menu is 100 percent gluten and dairy-free and 90 percent vegan.
The concept centers around a build-your-own-bowl menu that starts at $13.49. Diners pick two bases (spinach, kale, arugula, brown rice, quinoa, red potatoes, for example), two veggies, seeds, a protein and a sauce, like mango habanero or garlic red pepper. You also get two additional ingredients of your choice (think tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers and chickpeas). A premium bowl runs $15.49, which comes with a premium protein.
Seed also serves homemade raw Kombucha in different flavors, including mango peach, blueberry ginger and strawberry mojito. Cold-pressed juice and fresh smoothies are also on the menu.
18979 Coastal Highway, Unit 105
Rehoboth Beach • 313-5981
Hours: 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Saturday; 11 a.m.-7 p.m. on Sunday