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Great selection on the menu. Just right portion sizes that were satisfying and not overly filling. Service was attentive but not intrusive. Appreciated the unique cocktails, homemade pasta choices, and nice array of desserts. Also they could have crammed more tables into their space but chose to keep it comfortable. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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We enjoyed another memorable dinner at Linwood’s. We love the fact that this restaurant is consistently great! We always have excellent food and service! I had the beet salad and bronzino, and both were excellent! My husband enjoyed his caramelized onion pizza, and our friend loved his gazpacho and soft shell crabs. Linwood’s is always a winner. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Cuvée Ray is the relaxed upscale wine bar coming to downtown Rehoboth that celebrates wines from around the world, great music, and inspired food. Serving the largest selection of wines by the glass in town, Cuvee Ray is a place for the casual wine lover and the experienced aficionado serving wines that are both exceptional and accessible.More
This pub style restaurant features a wide variety of options including pub fare as well as dinner entrees such as untraditional Bison Shepard’s Pie and classic Seafood Cioppino. Beverage menu features items such as local crafted brews, orange and grapefruit crushes, Moscow mules and fun artfully crafted specialty drinks.
Poseidon's Pub has both Bar and Dining areas equipped with Pub and Full Menu options. Menu items include local food and drinks which can be enjoyed as you overlook the racetrack!
Guests must be 21 years and older to enter the Pub. More
There is perhaps no better place from which to watch Fourth of July fireworks than Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, dotted with restaurants offering Maryland blue clams, doused in spicy Old Bay seasoning and ready for shucking (not to mention exceptional crab cakes and other local seafood.) An historic city known for its colonial architecture and music halls, Baltimore’s food scene draws on rich tradition with an innovative spin. Keep your eyes peeled for lake trout and scrapple (a brick of pork “scraps”—can be delicious grilled, but probably worth avoiding if you find it dubious), and explore posh Federal Hill and Harbor East for burgeoning restaurant scenes and nightlife.