Contemporary cuisine puts a bold, modern twist on something familiar, much like reading the bedtime story Snow White and the Seven Gigabyte Hard Drive. Modernize mealtime with today's Groupon to Nage in Rehoboth Beach. Choose between the following options.
- For $15, you get $30 worth of contemporary fare, valid every day.
- For $20, you get $40 worth of contemporary fare, valid Sunday–Friday.
Nage's acclaimed culinary maestros craft eclectic gourmet entrees from locally grown produce and organic ingredients. The eatery's dinner menu boasts tapas plates, such as Nage's classic mac 'n' cheese ($11), which takes a creative twist down a garden path with truffles, english peas, and wild mushrooms. Diners can also share dulcet grilled quail skewers ($15) coupled with walnut buckwheat streusel before savoring a gourmet entree. Pan-roasted halibut rubs elbows with fresh horseradish and cauliflower purée ($28), and flat iron steak frites soaks in a pool of wine sauce ($24). Like passionate documentaries about grain silos, Nage's vegetables are produced by local farmers, such as Shallow Acres and Community Organics.
An innovative wine keeper system keeps more than 30 wines flowing by the glass. The scent of seared filet mignon ($32) wafts through Nage's inviting dining room, which glows under the light of suspended fixtures amid rustic brick walls. Nage entertains guests throughout the week with live music on Fridays and orders sung a capella by sous chefs every other day.
At Nage’s cozy dining room and wine bar, guests share small plates of truffle mac-n-cheese, mussels, and ricotta gnocchi paired with glasses of wine or specialty cocktails. The chefs use seasonal, local, and organic ingredients in their tapas and entrées, such as sirloin steak frites and Chesapeake crab cakes, making popular modern dishes with a tip of the hat to tradition. Exposed brick walls, low-hanging lights, and a chalkboard specials menu set the scene. Nage features live acoustic music every Friday night, as well as weekly wine tastings and ladies’ nights on Wednesdays.