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Chef Hari Cameron


Here’s the latest you should know:  DiFebo’s will open another location in the old Adriatico space at Baltimore and First Street in Rehoboth Beach. Chef Hari Cameron of a(MUSE.). will take over the former Touch of Italy on Baltimore Avenue, opening Grandpa(MAC.). Falafel Hut, brought to you by the same friendly folks who own the Jerusalem Grocery on Del.1, will replace the old Crepes by the Sea next door to Nicola Pizza. Jimmy’s Grille of Dewey and Bridgeville fame will open a place behind P&C Bank near Outlet Liquors in Rehoboth. Near the Safeway, Palate will open in the former Capriotti’s space. Moving north to Lewes, the gang from Nage will open a brew pub to be called the Crooked Hammock. Honey’s Farm Fresh restaurant has moved into the former JD’s Filling Station on Savannah Road, The Lewes Diner is headed into the former Annabella’s space on Savannah Road, and a Thai restaurant will move into the former Sushi Heaven. To the south, Steve and Michael Lucey of Ulysses Gastropub in Wilmington and Six Paupers in Hockessin plan to open The Forgotten Mile Ale House in the old Captain’s Table on—you guessed it—the Forgotten Mile. The owners of The Cottage Café in Bethany plan to open The Bethany Boathouse directly across Del. 1. That’s a lot of change for so early in the year. It will be one fun spring for beach-area foodies.

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