Authentic Chinese food and fresh sushi creations highlight the menu at BonHouse, an Asian fusion eatery with an eclectic menu. Inside the casual dining room?accented by Chinese lanterns, red-trimmed walls, and a tank of exotic fish?patrons can satisfy appetites with classic dishes such as kung pao chicken and moo shu pork, as well as more adventurous offerings such as hot-pot spicy frog legs and Hunan-style lamb. Sushi chefs are also onsite to create specialty rolls and sashimi.
The Survival Race?s 5-kilometer track challenges racers to navigate a gauntlet of mud-laden terrain. Staggered waves of up to 300 runners each conquer military-style obstacles, wade through murky water, and slide through muddy trenches before reaching the finish line to celebrate at a shindig awash with delicious eats and smitten swamp monsters. Afterward, a Facebook album aids online nostalgia by showcasing dirt-caked athletes and their marshy feats.
When laid out item by item, Lucky Inn's lunch and dinner menus could possibly span the entire length of the Great Wall of China. The lengthy lists keep the eatery’s chefs busy crafting favorites such as general tso’s chicken, beef with broccoli, and shrimp in garlic sauce, as well as noodle dishes of the lo mein, chow mein, and chow fun varieties. Meat-free fare arrives in the form of orange-flavored tofu and sautéed snow peas, harvested by ski instructors during slow days.
The friendly fishmongers at Fish On! lure in diners with a seasonally rotating menu of mid-Atlantic seafood, marbled steaks, and locally picked produce. Start by using pan-roasted mussels to win a mermaid bodybuilding contest ($9), and then take a victory swim in the shellfish- and lobster-populated tomato broth of the Lewes seafood stew ($24). Fish 'n' chips refine fading cockney accents ($17), and Bar Farms Delmonico steak acquaints diners with a hunger-fighting team of grilled asparagus and rosemary-potato cake ($25). Desserts such as apple pie with cinnamon ice cream keep sweet teeth from elongating into shark teeth ($6), and an international cascade of wine provides a tastier thirst-quenching alternative to saltwater.
Cuisine Type: Seafood
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 11?25
Parking: Free street parking
Most popular offering: Lobsters, blue and snow crab, fresh fish
Alcohol: Full bar
Outdoor Seating: Yes
In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
Our menu and decor stems from the charming town of Charleston, South Carolina. We have a rotating list of fresh fish as well as a variety of specials that keep our seasonal visitors coming back year after year. We have fresh local clams and oysters, shrimp, mussels, crab cakes, pastas, salads, poboys, and of course, crabs. The sale of snow crab legs and blue crabs has been a staple of Claws since its opening in 2006, and there is simply nothing better than some fresh crabs and a cold beer. We also have a selection of non-seafood items for those who can't or simply do not eat seafood. Our beer list features both draft and bottled craft beers [from] some of the most popular breweries in the country.
Are there any dishes on the menu you consider to be a hidden gem?not necessarily the most popular, but surprisingly delicious?
We think that our crab cakes are the best in town. We also serve fresh cold-water lobster tails from time to time that, when paired with a filet mignon, can't be beaten. All of our menu items are hand-made and fresh, and made with local ingredients to boot. We also have a balsamic salmon that comes with sauteed brussel sprouts that people seem to adore. Our lobsters are shipped from Maine very regularly during the season, and we love seeing our customers wear lobster bibs and crushing some crustaceans.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
For people who aren't locals, we are located only two blocks from the ocean on Rehoboth Avenue, which is the main strip in town. It's a prime location that will be very busy during the summer months.