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Fork and Flask at Nage
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Ranked #40 of 283 Restaurants in Rehoboth Beach
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$6 - US$32
Cuisines: American
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Good for: Business meetings
Dining options: Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, After-hours, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: Located in Shore Plaza, across from the Tanger Outlets - Seaside
Description: Kindred spirits seek this coastal meeting house to revel in beach life with great food and proper cocktails. A highway 1 hideaway, this beach bungalow inspired establishment celebrates straight forward & done right. What's on the Fork? Driven by local ingredients anda made-from-scratch approach, our menu is first and foremost SEAFOOD focused. We dedicate a large portion of our menu to small plates to promote sharing of our award-winning fare. Weekend Brunch, a dedicated vegetarian menu, and late night foods served until 1 AM are all great additional food offerings... What's in the Flask? Proper cocktails done right! We take an artisanal approach to beverages with an expansive list of small batch spirits, fun cocktails, craft beers and unique wines. Our goal? To highlight the ever increasing artful nature of bar beverages in recent years.
Reviewed 18 July 2016

My first dinner at Fork and Flask since Nage got a facelift was a 5-star experience for food, service, ambiance. The new look is bright and beachy, comfortable, and welcoming. But then I love bright turquoise. Our server was equally sunny and helpful, sincere and not into the up-sell that is common in a resort restaurant. The food was fresh, delicious, abundant, visually appealing . . . and vegetarian. I plan to return very soon.

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Reviewed 17 July 2016 via mobile

A noontime lunch at the bar on a Sunday watching golf...nice, no wait. Bartender was super nice and made recommendations. I had a mimosa and the crab cake sandwich. The fries are truly thin. I asked them to make me tarter sauce instead of what came with the sandwich. The tarter sauce was great. Nice clean environment with friendly staff.

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Reviewed 17 July 2016 via mobile

We decided to give nage another shot since we hadn't been there for a while. The first time we went was about 8 years ago..while the portions were small, the food was awesome! We had nage cater our wedding in 2011. It was awful...to the point that the chicken and shrimp were not cooked...but we took it in stride and didn't complain ( we were honeymooning and decided not to bother with complaints)...we tried it tonight figuring that maybe catering just wasn't their thing. The food was mediocre at best and the portions small. We started with the Brie plate...it was like dough brushed with Brie. The pad Thai was bland..it was strange ....no taste but a slight burning after taste..the pork loin was just fine...so after three attempts we have finally given up on the hype!!

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Reviewed 17 July 2016 via mobile

We were in from Chicago visiting dear friends. They wanted to take us to this restaurant. We walked in and immediately felt comfortable in the tasteful coastal decor. Our server, Blair, was cheerful, attentive and knowledgable of the unique menu. We started with appetizers including fried olives and crab croquettes which were delicious. The men ordered the corn and crab chowder which they loved. The highlights were the beef duo of filet and short ribs which was prepared as ordered and tender. The scallop and corn ravioli was one of the evenings delicious specials. We had heard that the Fork and Flask was famous for their desserts and that was true. Despite being filled from our meal, we shared a delicious almond joy creme brûlée. We enjoyed our dining experience at this fun, beautiful and satisfying spot in Rehobooth!!

Thank Kay L
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Reviewed 15 July 2016

Just got back from happy hour at new Nate. Great drinks. Nate burger ordered medium rare was medium well. Did not say anything as I did not feel like waiting for a redo. Pad Thai had way too much peanut butter in it. Asked two ladies before we ordered who both had it and had mixed reviews. Will go back but kitchen needs to step up

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