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About The Fork & Flask at Nage
The Fork & Flask at Nage is an evolution of the 12 year success of Nage Bistro & Wine Bar. Originally opened in 2004, the restaurant has won many awards and accolades including best chef, best appetizers, best wine list, best cocktails, best burger in DE, 6 times running best caterer and 3 times as best restaurant by various publications such as Food Network Magazine, Delaware Today, and Coastal Style Magazine.
The Fork & Flask at Nage focuses on providing the highest quality yet approachable food & spirits… straight forward… done right…. Our beach bungalow inspired environment creates a warm, comfortable atmosphere to enjoy the simple things in life. Our approach is to create a social meeting house for people who revel in beach life at the Delaware Beaches.
What's on the Fork?
Local caught seafood and cultivated vegetables.
What's in the Flask?
Proper cocktails, small batch spirits, craft beers, and unique wines.
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
American, Seafood, Farm-to-table
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 4pm to 1am
Saturday & Sunday 10am to 1am
Happy Hour: 4pm - 7pm Monday to Friday; 10am - 5pm Saturday & Sunday
Brunch Menu service: 10am to 4pm Sat & Sun
Dinner Menu Service: 4pm to 10pm nightly
Late Night: 10pm to 1am nightly
Located in Shore Plaza, across from the Tanger Outlets - Seaside
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Live Music Every Friday Night in the Bar.
Best Caterer Downstate 5 years in a row! All catering menus are customized to fit your ideas and budget. Call us to see how we can help you with your event!
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Special events may be hosted in our private dining room. Call for assistance or more information.
The Fork & Flask at Nage Ratings and Reviews
Nage is consistently good; however the pricing is beginning to get steep for the portion served. Service as good but not attentive for these prices. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Nage no longer serves bread with your meal so you must request it. Found this disappointing. We will return but will probably done in the bar as service is way better there.
This was a totally ordinary brunch. There's nothing special going on here. We were treated to music from the kitchen, and mostly indifferent servers. Our omelets were fine, as described.
The omelets are offered without toast or bread of any kind, so I requested a biscuit and was served a biscuit on a plate. No jam, no butter, no nothing.
It seems like Sunday brunch is an afterthought here and with so many other good places in the area, I won't bother with this one again.
The food was very good but it was loud and tight. I think there were just too many tables for the space and for the kitchen to handle. It took almost an hour to get our food and our waiter seemed overwhelmed. We did go on Christmas Eve, though, so that might have been abnormal. Would recommend for a regular weeknight when they may be less busy.
We were a party of 7 on Christmas Eve eve. The location had easy parking. The hostess was terrific. Our server was knowledgeable and friendly. She interacted with us just enough. The food was fantastic. Our cocktails were made perfectly. With our servers help we had their best appetizers and when choosing between two entrees, she steered us in the right direction. The ambiance was minimalistic and very cool. The noise level was perfectlty contained. Finally they had options for a four year old too. Go there if you can!
The holiday directions made the cozy restaurant feel extra special. The unique central American specials that night were a great example of the Unique Charm this restaurant always offers. The fried Olives are a must! Our waiter was attentive, learned and remembered all of our names and his enthusiasm to serve us made the food and drink even better.
As always, when you go to Fork and Flask, you get great food and the best drinks in the area. They are very creative with their Flask Drinks and the food is just as creative. And the staff, well that makes Fork and Flask the best restaurant in the area. Very friendly and helpful.
My husband and I visited Nage a few years ago before it became Fork and Flask and, though it was good, it wasn’t really memorable. Fork and Flask is memorable both from a facility and food standpoint but also from a service standpoint. My husband had the oysters Asiago for a starter and a pork entree that was so tender and delicious! I started with one of the tastiest butternut squash soups I’ve ever had and cod croquettes which were wonderful. Of course we had to order desserts too and can’t say enough about the ‘simple’ cake...They refer to some of the desserts as small bites but they are perfect sized for the end of a filling meal. If you have the privilege of being served by Tyler, you’ll be sure to enjoy your evening! He is knowledgeable, so personable and attentive - we lacked for nothing during the meal. We were also fortunate enough to meet Joe Charles, the chef, so we could thank him for all the taste treats. We’ll definitely be back next time we visit Rehoboth Beach!
Had been once before for dinner and was great do thought we would try for Sunday brunch on way out of town. Literally no one in restaurant at 1:15 pm. Waiter gave us menu but I didn't like brunch options as wanted s green salad so he was nice to offer me their regular salads. It was just okay as thought shrimp would be grilled but was boiled. Biggest issue was that it was a very average salad in terms of ingredients and size and they charged $12 plus $7 more for shrimp. So over priced for what it was.
Hubby got crab omelette which was just okay although potatoes were good.
Based on how over priced it was got pretty turned off so won't go back next year. It's not like in a fun location.
Was very disappointed in meal although server was very nice.
Restaurant was fairly quiet, being a Tuesday night in mid-September for a beach town. Our waiter Spencer walked us expertly through the daily small plate specials as well as those on the menu. Although the restaurant does not have a separate kids' menu, he described other options for the toddler in our party and kept her supplied with straws (which she kept throwing on the floor) for her water cup. Highlights for our party of five were the Nashville chicken wings, the mac and cheese and the fried green tomatoes topped with crab meat which sounded odd but we were glad we tried it!
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