We’ve always loved the lifesaving station vibe of Striper Bites Bistro. After eight years, the place still packs a wallop. Bistro visitors will discover the addition of a trellis over the patio, along with a fresh paint scheme, refinished floors, and new trophy fish and artwork mounted among the exposed beams and walls. Not to worry, the signature Striper Bites Club (blackened rockfish—also known as striper—on a roll with lettuce, tomato, smoked applewood bacon and Caesar dressing) and blackened tuna pasta remain. Those favorites will soon be accompanied by the roasted lobster: half a 3-pound lobster (tail and claw) stuffed with roasted potatoes and served with grilled asparagus.
Best of Delaware History:
2008 Best Little Restaurant, Downstate, Critics 2007 Best Restaurant in Lewes, Downstate, Readers