Bethany Beach is an incorporated town in Sussex County, Delaware, United States. According to the 2010 Census Bureau figures, the population of the town is 1,060; however, during the summer months some 15,000 more populate the town as vacationers. It is part of the Salisbury, MD-DE Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Things to do in Bethany Beach
4.5 based on 165 reviews
Fishers popcorn is a family tradition, but fair warning, once you start eating you can’t stop. In the summer you can watch them make the caramel corn. Different flavors are offered including Old Bay seasoning or one with nuts. Bethany is not open all the time off season. You can find Rehoboth Beach and Fenwick island stores have more hours. Save your buckets as when you return you receive $1 off.
4.5 based on 610 reviews
OFF THE HOOK is located in Bethany Beach, DE. Our menu centers around the "ocean & farm to table" concept. Please come in and enjoy great food and a full beer, wine and liquor selection. * Fresh * honest * local *<br><br>NOTE - the menu on Tripadvisor is outdated and cannot be changed. Go to offthehookbethany . com for the most accurate menus.
We have been here multiple times for their Monday taco night. This is a deal not to miss. Arrive early or expect to wait in line. This small restaurant has delicious fish/shrimp tacos for $2.00. These are not tiny but good size. Two fill me up. Their Brussels sprouts are yummy as are the other sides if you want more food. Last time my husband ordered the roasted corn,jalapeño crab bisque which was outstanding. Their regular fish entrees have always been well cooked and tasty. The wait staff is friendly, helpful and efficient. Definitely try this restaurant! You won’t be disappointed.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
We are a coffee-centric establishment. Whether you crave a black coffee with lots of sugar for your morning commute, want to relax while sipping an afternoon espresso in our shop, or would prefer to enjoy your iced vanilla latte while lying on the beach... We are confident you will be happy with your selection. This is not to say that coffee is all we do. We have a great selection of fresh baked goods and desserts from local bakeries, a nice selection of teas and other drinks, and a menu that will gradually expand as we figure out what to offer next.
The three of us had a coffee, a latte and a hot chocolate. All were delish. The barista was having a series of brain hiccups, but the results were superb. Very reasonable pricing. Lots of interesting art and books, and mugs and miscellany. Comfortable seating. Friendly staff. Indoor seating was best on this somewhat chilly Christmas Eve morning, but outside tables were available. I left my camera bag and wallet on the table when we left(by mistake of course) and they were still there, unmolested, a good half hour later.
4 based on 843 reviews
The Cottage Café is a family restaurant with a full bar that is open 7 days a week year round. We serve Lunch and Dinner every day with a breakfast buffet on the weekends in season and a breakfast buffet on Sundays year round.
Had passed many times when staying in Ocean City, MD and thought it looked rather pricey. Decided to give it a try and was not disappointed. Seems like many of the locals have found it a favorite place to dine. Dinner menu was diverse and portions were good. We had the prime rib special and saw many dishes passing our table that looked very interesting. Plan to go there when down there in February.
4.5 based on 131 reviews
We are a creperie located in downtown Bethany Beach, Delaware. Our origins derive in the Czech Republic where the palačinky have been made for centuries. We opened in 2010 and proudly serve during every summer season. We offer a wide variety of sweet and savory crepes in addition to many tasty drinks as well. See you soon!
We discovered this little gem a number of years ago, go two or three times during our week at the beach and are never disappointed in our crepes. We have probably tried every breakfast crepe on the menu. We have introduced numerous friends and family to this restaurant and they all go back. Kids especially love to see their crepes made. Only complaint... it is being discovered too much... small place and hard to get seating!! Fantastic Crepes!!
4 based on 358 reviews
DiFebo's is family owned and operated. We are an authentic Italian family serving our family recipes since 1989. We have been awarded the BEST of DELAWARE award many tears running for Best Italian! We are known for our famous meatballs and authentic Red Sauce, Gravy as well as our veal and seafood dishes. We are neighborhood Italian, Coastal Italian and just plain old Authentic Italian!
Usually go to DiFebo's and get great meals and service. But tonight when we arrived, there appeared to be some staffing issue developing. However, that situation didn't last very long. Within minutes the Assistant Manager Sandy stepped in to help with hands-on tasks and Jordan, a waitress, stepped in for the 1st time to bartender.
4.5 based on 100 reviews
This is definitely a go-to beach dessert. It's enticing and easy to access. The prices are reasonable and there are a lot of flavor options.
4.5 based on 150 reviews
Patsy's is a casual fine dining, chef owned restaurant with a Key West and Southern flair. We specialize in local and organic products, fresh seafood and we have many farms growing food for us as well as raising all natural and organic chicken, beef, lamb and pork. We serve dinner daily starting at 5:30 each day. Patsy's has indoor and outdoor dining areas with a full bar. Off season, please call the restaurant to get hours of operation. Patsy & her daughter, Robin, are both professionally trained chefs and have won numerous awards for their work. Daily specials change often and with the seasons. Catering and in house parties are available.
Friends had recommended this quaint restaurant. We were not disappointed!! All our food from appetizers to main course was amazing! Staff was helpful with recommendations and very friendly. Only regret we did not have room for dessert. We will definitely be back next year !!
4.5 based on 69 reviews
We had a house a half mile out of town and we went here mid day and/or in the evening 4 days out of 6. The variety and number of flavors is amazing and even when there's a line, they are able to move it along nicely. It's right in the center of things and although there are many spots to get ice cream - this is the best - by far.
4.5 based on 177 reviews
Sedona is a full service restaurant specializing in an innovative menu featuring the freshest seasonal ingredients available. All dessert are homemade, we can accommodate gluten free and vegetarian options. We have small plates and full entrees in addition to homemade soups and creative salads. The atmosphere is sophisticated but casual, a great place to celebrate or just grab a bite.
Sedona offers regular large-plate dinners - quite good - but we come to Sedona for the varied and tasty selection of tapas. Each appetizer-sized dish is prepared-to-order, and we've found that 3 carefully-chosen small plates per person - and shared - make a lovely and (generally) leisurely dinner. On this occasion, our party of four ordered crab soup ($6), a "duo mini-salad" ($9 consisting of a small caesar and a small field greens salad, nice to split), a plate of three really delicious seared rare tuna crostinis ($12), a generous bowl of guacamole laced with jumbo lump crab meat ($12), a baked dish of wild mushrooms ($10), a generous small plate of smoked duck ($10 - one of our favorites), a small baked casserole of lump crab meat in remoulade ($12 - also a favorite), a rockfish "special" of the night ($12), and an artichoke dish we had not tried before ($10). These are served in stages, not simultaneously. Our server brought extra small plates and we all shared small portions of everything - a fun way to sample a lot, though we know this style of meal is not for everyone. All our dishes were served promptly/hot from the kitchen and very good. We had plenty of food. We tried the blueberry lemonade and the sangria (each $10); both were quite sweet and both included vodka. I probably would not choose those again.
Service was very prompt - we actually felt a bit rushed by our server (asked three times for more time to decide; we were enjoying our conversation at the table). We recognize that "in-season," the restaurant is probably concerned about keeping things moving.
The restaurant underwent some back-of-house renovations during the winter, but little appears to have changed in the dining room, which still features one large mirrored wall, giving Sedona the impression of being much larger than it is. The atmosphere is "busy" with conversation, but not excessively loud. Prices, we think, have notched up again following the renovations.
Sedona is within very easy walking distance of the boardwalk, but on a quiet corner by itself. Parking is expensive, especially since Bethany Beach's convenient "Paymobil" app system no longer allows paying for anything less than a full hour (so a 75- or 90-minute dinner requires 2 hours of paid parking at $2/hr-plus 50¢ service fee). But Sedona is in walking distance from most of the town, convenient for those who don't have to park to dine.
Some important "pluses" are that Sedona takes reservations (rare at the beach these days), though it's (regrettably) not on Open Table... and it's open year-around for dinner, though not everyday in off-season.
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