Under new ownership for well over a decade, 1776 Steakhouse continues to maintain its reputation for impeccable service and fine-dining appeal. This oasis of quiet and professionally prepared cuisine is the perfect venue for family and business gatherings, special friends and great conversation. Located midway between Rehoboth and Lewes, 1776 Steakhouse is known for the finest steaks along with fresh seafood, chops, chicken, pasta, vegetarian dishes and relaxing live music. Beware of pretenders: 1776 is the real thing!
At lunch, experience the lobster-filled black ravioli, the chicken salad on mixed greens with plump panko-breaded oysters, or the Surf and Turf Burger rubbed with Old Bay and topped with crab Imperial and swiss cheese.
Dinner choices at 1776 Steakhouse include the 20oz. Delmonico steak, an 8oz. filet mignon, the signature 10oz. barrel steak and the signature 16oz. prime rib. Rack of lamb, crab cakes, stuffed lobster tail, blackened diver scallops and more round out the diverse menu. Save room for desserts such as crème brulee cheesecake or the chef's featured chocolate surprise.
The smooth jazz sounds of Bernard Sweetney on keyboard and flute fill the room on Fridays and Saturdays from 7 to 10. Nick Wayne entertains from 6 to 9 on Thursdays and Sundays. Bryan Clark sings Sinatra on selected nights. Call 302-645-9355 for upcoming dates and times.
1776 Steakhouse offers a full bar, excellent wines, terrific service and convenient parking. No wonder it has been a Rehoboth tradition for years! The restaurant is located in the Midway Center on Route 1 and is open daily year-round. Lunch is served Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and dinner hours are 5 to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday. On Sundays, 1776 is open from 4 to 9 p.m. Call 645-9355 for reservations.
1776 Steakhouse. A revolutionary dining experience in the Midway Center between Rehoboth and Lewes. Visit 1776steakhouse.net to see the lunch and dinner menus.