Eating Rehoboth's Walking Tours Have Returned (And Will Likely Sell Out Soon)
Attention, foodies: We'd recommend making reservations ASAP.
Eating Rehoboth kicked off its culinary walking tours of downtown Rehoboth Beach this month. The three-hour stroll has been wildly popular since it launched in 2013.
“Last summer, we were sold out up to a month in advance,” says Bob Yesbek, who founded the company with friends Paul Cullen and Deb Griffin.
Nearly 20 restaurants are in this year's rotation. Each tour visits five, plus one specialty food shop. You won’t know which restaurants are on the list until you’re off and walking.
Tours are limited to 17 people, and private group tours are available. (“We’ve done office parties, birthday groups and even rehearsal dinners,” Yesbek says.)
Tickets are $55 each. The tours run through November. For more information and to make reservations, visit eatingrehoboth.com.
Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, 1–4 p.m.
888-908-7115 • www.eatingrehoboth.com