South Moon Under is an upscale retailer that offers an eclectic mix of clothing and home décor for fashion-savvy shoppers. Browse digital or physical shelves stocked with brands and designers including Marc by Marc Jacobs, French Connection, UGG, and more. Women's apparel includes stylish staples such as Michael Stars v-neck tees in a rainbow of season-flattering hues ($49.75), and menswear includes shirts such as the whimsical Topo Ranch tour bus tee ($39.50). Undercover princesses can peruse jewelry adornables such as a bow-bedecked Floral bracelet, sure to punch up colorless ensembles and add color to ensemble punch parties ($38). Present the ideal present with a prettily practical Vieta whip-stitch saddle bag ($49), or accessorize homes with touches such as an Illume monogram votive, ideal for a thoughtful personalized gift for anyone who still spells their name using the alphabet ($12).
We offer a large collection of Custom Wire Framed Jewelry and local photographs by Michele Buckler. As well as note cards, Delaware and nature books, gifts, mementos, and souvenirs. Sand N Stones is " Your One Stop Sea Glass Shop! "
With its eclectic menu of imported wines and tapas meant to be shared, it’s not a stretch to call Cafe Azafran a destination for those who enjoy socializing over dinner and drinks. Perhaps that’s why downstate readers of Delaware Today voted the spot best tapas restaurant and best Mediterranean restaurant in 2012, even though it’s located nowhere near the Mediterranean. The café boasts two locations: one in Lewes, and the other just a block away from the Rehoboth boardwalk. At both eateries, chefs prepare plates of calamari, grilled veal sausage with white beans, seafood bouillabaisse in shellfish broth, paella, and more; café drinks and imported wines, and other tapas that can be passed around tables. To boot, the Rehoboth location also serves substantial dinner plates such as grilled new york strip steaks with blue-cheese butter, as well as seafood bouillabaisse in shellfish broth.
During the day, the eatery’s baristas brew café drinks from a full espresso bar that includes hot coffee, spanish hot chocolate, organic yerba mate, and herbal teas from Xanadu. In the warmer months, outdoor patios host sunlit dining, where chef Rich Steele heads to sizzle scallops, chorizo, and other savory morsels in a 32-inch paella pan big enough to be the chrome rims on a clown car.
A product of the agricultural landscape of Pennsylvania, Adrian Mobilia's roots reach four generations deep into the rich soil of farming traditions. He grew up on his family’s 200-acre farm where he mastered the art of growing grapes and apples and picking peaches and cherries. After studying horticulture at Penn State, he returned home to find that the family had begun flourishing in a new venture. The Mobilias had been pressing grapes for years, but now they’d begun shipping the juices to wineries near and far. Adrian worked with his father to plant cabernet sauvignon, chambourcin, and merlot grapes, and by 1999, the first finished bottle left the family winery for consumption. Today, Fenwick Wine Cellars crafts more than 20 varietals, including an award-winning Cabernet Franc, Riesling, and summery fruit wines.
Serving as a quick and convenient source of home-improvement inventory, Rommel's Ace keeps local homes beautiful with name-brand products and services. Lawns grow thick and colorful with Scotts fertilizers, plants, and seeds from the shops’ lawn departments. Collections of DeWalt, Craftsman, and Stihl hand and power tools help homeowners complete home projects, with staffers standing at the ready to build any piece bought at the store. Even autos can get in on Rommel's Ace Hardware’s helpful services: customers at the Perry Hall location had browse Carhartt apparel, keys are cut onsite, including built-in chips that interact with car computers to ensure proper starts without feeding vehicles buckets of floppy disks.
Rommel's Ace in Seaford, Delaware even offers Edmonton Kayaks and kayak accessories in their complete kayak center.
High-energy Zumba classes join a handful of other group classes, including Pilates and cycling, inside Flex World Fitness. The rest of the gym holds racks of free weights and plenty of weight and cardio machines for people working out on their own or with an invisible friend.