Monday, July 4, 2011

TIDBITES SAGA:

GILLIGAN'S WATERFRONT RESTAURANT AND BAR
Lewes, Delaware

Robert and Timothy invited me to lunch at one of my favorite places: GILLIGAN'S. It's right on the Lewes and Rehoboth Canal in Lewes, half in an old Key West boat pearched on the bank!

The bar and kitchen are in the boat. The restaurant is on an extended deck along the water.
Half the deck is under two, huge glorious cherry trees.

The food is good but the setting and view are extraordinary!


I had a scrumptious crab cake (the house specialty). One of the best I've ever had!
Timothy and Robert had fried clam strips which they said were delicious.

I'm adding this restaurant to my favorites.

6 comments:

Ron said...

Excellent Don, excellent!

Don Voth said...

Ron, Thanks!

Caliban said...

Gilligan's is the greatest! Yummy! It's got great vibes, too. It's Nantucket on the canal in Lewes. Plus, the bar is part of a ship.

Don Voth said...

Yes, Nantucket!!!! —at it's best!

Mark said...

That crab cake looks delicious. I could eat that now!
It was great meeting you this weekend, Don.
I'l be back! Mark

Don Voth said...

Mark, I enjoyed meeting you all, too. I'm enjoying your blog pictures. You're a superb photographer!