Top end for the beach area
One of the higher rated venues in Rehoboth Beach, and well deserved. We’ve frequented quite a few over the past year and would have to rate a(MUSE) at the top of the list.
Cocktail menu is excellent; lots of hand-crafted choices to start the fete. Wine selection is also very good; mark-up is in the 50% range from retail pricing which is not unreasonable for a vacation spot. More than enough recognizable selections on the list and some interesting excursions beyond the ordinary.
We were there during Valentine’s Day week so the holiday menu was still in play. Outstanding bone-in ribeye for 2, locally sourced and perfectly prepared. Looking forward to returning and exploring some of the other options. The “pot brownie” desert is insanely good.
The wait staff is great — neighborly, professional, and well-versed on every menu item. Really made the evening an exceptional outing.
Second time we went there and both times the food and service were great
We had very high expectations for a romantic Valentines dinner. The limited choices and lackluster menu resulted in a disappointing experience.
When the owner/chef come to your table to thank you for coming it’s a great night. Food was amazing as always...a work of art in many ways. Service couldn’t have been better. Extraordinary flavor and offerings.
Kitchen overwhelmed. Took 1 hour & 45 minutes for entree’s. No apologies. No complimentary drink or dessert. Lack professionalism & aptitude.
Interesting eclectic selection, excellently prepared and presented.
It was an off-season night, service was perfection he even updated me on the Eagles game! Food was fantastic, the broccoli rabe was outstanding and the anchovies were excellent! Great place for a date or special occasion. We will be returning!
Our waitress, Emily, was Great! She answered all our questions with grace and she put together a fantastic cheese plate after asking us just a few questions about what we like. Make sure you try the Pot Brownie for dessert. A bit pricey, but really worth it for a nice dinner out where you don't have to dress up.
Absolutely great appetizers and entrée. Average dessert. Very expensive. Service was excellent.
The food was better than average for a "locally sourced"-type restaurant. The service was a little lackluster...not rude or unfriendly, but the waitress seemed a bit distracted and unsure about the food/drinks she was serving. This is not a restaurant for a quick meal. If you are looking for a quick in and out...this isn't going to fit your needs. The prices were a little steep for the wine and entrees. Appetizers and cheese plates were fairly reasonable. Portions were better than expected and the plating and presentation were very appealing to the eye. If I can be honest, I don't know that I'd return (considering how many other restaurants are in the area), but I'd definitely recommend trying it once.
Our 3rd time at aMuse and we have not been disappointed by any of our visits. The food is not run of the mill, so some adventurous in your nature will help you enjoy your visit. If you decide on the 5 course menu come hungry as the portions are more than enough to satisfy.
Amazing as always! The food was stellar (the cornbread ice cream was my favorite; the sheep’s milk ricotta was a very close second). The service is phenomenal too.
New Yesrs Eve Dinner - top quality ingredients, delicious courses, some truly unique items deliciously prepared. Well worthwhile , I imagine, at any time of the year. Professional, friendly service.
This meal was laughably bad from start to finish. We arrived at 645 for our 7 pm reservation on New Year's Eve and were greeted COLDLY by the hostess. She seemed surprised we had a reservation, and directed us to the bar. When we sat at the bar, the bartender, who seemed drunk, informed us that we would have to move shortly because those seats were reserved. We told him we were expecting a table and that he was rude, and he reacted defensively. Again, he seemed drunk. We were eventually seated for our $100 each fixed five course menu. Course three had ridiculous choices - pork, celery root and hare? The celery root was disgusting, by the way. A man named Glen, who presumably works there, came up to our table and said he was "glad we found a seat," as if we did not have a reservation.
I have been going to Rehoboth for 20 years and spend a lot of money there - I will never again dine at this establishment. thumbs down.