WASHINGTON - You can sample the eating places of Rehoboth Beach, Del., in a whirlwind walking food tour that promises a three-hour taste of the town.
Eating Rehoboth steps off each Friday, Saturday and Sunday to sample the wares at five eateries per day. Paul Cullen, the co-owner of the tour, says that the tour has 15 restaurants on board, rotating daily, giving people a chance to get "five small bites and five sips" in the course of the tour, along with a little history on "how Rehoboth used to be."
The tour includes fine dining places such as the Back Porch café and Espuma, as well as Zoggs, which Cullen describes as "that place nobody knows about except for the locals."
The three-hour tour costs $45. You can learn more, and get tickets, at www.EatingRehoboth.com.
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