Located inside the pink-washed Boardwalk Plaza Hotel in Rehoboth Beach, Victoria’s Restaurant takes its name from the Delaware beach town’s Victorian roots. Dining in the three-tiered restaurant feels as if you’ve stepped back in time, thanks to its classic décor — think carved wood accents and floral fabrics. Overlooking the boardwalk, beach and Atlantic Ocean, Victoria’s offers quintessential Rehoboth scenery. If you’re visiting during the warmer months, opt for a table on the patio.
Throughout the day, you’ll find classic American cuisine with a contemporary twist. Dishes such as braised beef hash that’s made with short ribs and cinnamon-sugar French toast are featured on the breakfast menu, while lunch includes everything from quinoa salad to a crab melt. At dinner, Victoria’s serves items such as its traditional cream of crab soup, 10-hour braised pork belly and seafood pasta.
Don’t miss the afternoon tea — it’s a Victorian tradition, after all. Offered Monday through Saturday, this popular activity is fun for everyone. Harney & Sons teas are brewed in individual pots, and classic tea sandwiches and scones are presented. It all feels very British — only in a beachfront setting.