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Rehoboth’s food scene offers exciting new options

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The food scene in Rehoboth is always changing and bringing something new to the table and 2023 is no exception. As the popular beach town continues to evolve, locals and tourists alike have more options than ever for nightlife and dining.

From Asian fusion to a speakeasy, there’s no shortage of new food to try, new drinks to sip, and new things to do.  Bodhi and Drift Second Block Restaurant Group — owner of favorites like The Pines and Aqua Grill — is bringing Southeast Asian fare to 1st Street.

This comes only a year after Drift opened on Baltimore Avenue, a high-end seafood restaurant and raw bar. Bodhi’s dining experience was described by its owner as an Asian fusion experience inspired by street food.

The corporate chef of Second Block, Lion Gardner, has traveled extensively in Southeast Asia, inspiring a shared vision among the owners of a place for dishes like dumplings and noodles.

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