Rehoboth Beach
THE NAME MEANS "foam" in Portuguese, but it's the sweep of the wave underneath that comes to mind at Rehoboth's Espuma Restaurant. You think you know the curve, the speed, the tide, and for sure it's familiar; but somehow it's always a surprise, and a little of a shock. Owner-chef Jay Caputo's menu...
 
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Swept Away in a Dangerous Rush: Rip Currents Catch Unwary Beachgoers (Post, July 13, 2003, Page C01)
 
Are You Man Enough For Pampering?: At a new Rehoboth Beach inn, a spa skeptic found himself in good hands. (Post, November 27, 2002, Page C02)
 
Rehoboth Beach/Dewey Beach (Post, May 26, 2000, Page N37)
 
Beach Ballot Bingo: Bethany, Cape May, Outer Banks--which is best? For a totally unscientific look at how area shore points stack up, we went to you (Post, May 5, 2002, Page E01)
 
A Unique Museum (Post, May 25, 2001, Page WE37)
 
Shop and Shore (Post, May 25, 2001, Page WE32)
 
Days of the Dolphin (Post, May 25, 2001, Page WE32)
 

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