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Written By: The Rehoboth Foodie

Lots of whining and wishful thinking in the Rehoboth area has finally brought about Minh’s Bistro — our first Vietnamese restaurant! By the time you read this they will either be open or very close to it. Make yourself known to owner (and professional actor/singer) Thinh Pham. He named the little spot after his youngest brother and plans on serving a wide array of Vietnamese favorites. Minh’s Bistro is next door to the Rosenfeld’s Jewish Deli #2 in the new Schell building at Rte. 24 in Rehoboth Beach, across from Royal Farms.

Though we mourn the demise of Meg Hudson’s Lula Brazil, the new G Cask & Kitchen has lit up the storied Cloud 9 building in the fourth block of Rehoboth Ave. Managing partner Karly Gamaitoni tells RehobothFoodie.com that her new restaurant offers an American menu with some Mediterranean flavors thrown in. Executive Chef Dennis Kuc is in the kitchen. BCG Management Group, of which Karly is a part, will offer late-night dancing with a greatly expanded wine list. G Cask & Kitchen is open every day 5:30-9:30 p.m., with dancing and cocktails until 1 a.m. Brunch on Saturday and Sunday is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Reservations are accepted, at 302-278- 7677.

Look closely next to the Safeway on Coastal Highway, and you will see the tiny, soon-to-open Miyagi Ramen Bar. Co-owner and host Jeong Hoon Kim (Remember him? The tall, silky-haired and rather inscrutable front-of-house host at Saketumi in Rehoboth?) is pleased to bring one of his favorite, entirely house-made dishes to the Cape region. There will be a selection of proteins to combine with your noodles, along with an extensive selection of veggie-only items. Kim made such an impression on Saketumi’s customers that owner Tammy Wang partnered with him on this exciting venture into noodledom. Prices will range from $8 to about $15. Kim chimes in: “It will be the essential neighborhood eatery.”

Josh Mellinger of LaVida Lekker LLC is overseeing the opening of a Makin’ Whoopie Pies franchise on the ocean block of Rehoboth Avenue where America’s Pie Pizza used to be. The concept has been well received so far. The freshly made DIY pies look good. The Rehoboth Foodie will, of course, have to investigate. (Note that LaVida Lekker LLC is not affiliated with La Vida Hospitality Group here in Delaware.)

People who love long lines already know that Agave, the popular Mexican tequila restaurant and bar at 137 Second St. in Lewes has finally reopened after a long and protracted remodel. Remember: Go early or late! This is one of the more popular eateries in Lewes, and even with the remodel, it’s still not all that big. Lines can be long during dinnertime, but trust me: The guacamole is worth the wait.

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