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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!
Private Party Facilities:
Whether you are planning a formal business luncheon or just looking for a great place to bring your group the Private Dining Room at Nage is the perfect choice.
Private Party Contact:
Private Event Coordinator: (302) 226-2037
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, 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
This was our first visit since Nage became Fork + Flask and we are sorry we waited so long! We met friends from out of town and had a wonderful time. We shared a cheese board and several small plates which was a great way to start. My Ruby red martini was perfect and the buttered halibut was amazing. We will be back soon!
best cacio e pepe ever, and the halibut was worthy of a food award and so beautiful should have been in a magazine
we met the chef at a local farmers market and were anxious to try the restaurant and now we can't wait to go back it was perfect
This was great for our Large Family dinner. Monica and company were very kind, thoughtful, and took great care of us. The food was tasty with only one complaint - soft shell crabs were too salty. Appetizers and drinks were great. Highly recommend this for a nice evening dinner after a day at the beach. Dress was casual but the atmosphere and food were a bit more like upscale dining.
overall very disappointing
Crab cakes terrible... all filler and no lump crab...fried and mushy on the inside
Waitress took 15 minutes to get us our initial drinks and was not attentive
tables very uncomfortable for a big group (8+) -- some people needed to eat at the table corners
We enjoyed an anniversary dinner here and had the most amazing meal. All of the staff were so friendly and on top of everything from start to finish. We shared some small plates: Smith Island Crab Salad, Nashville Hot Chicken, & Crispy Calamari. All of them were great. For dessert we had the Candy Bar Creme Brulee, which was the best dessert we've ever had eating out. Also, we really appreciated the chef coming over and wishing us a happy anniversary, it's the small touches like that that will make us come back again and again.
Overall a good experience. A bit uneven as far as our group went. Soft shell crab entree very good. Friend did not think the Scallop entree was that great. Soups were good as were the baked oyster. Service was attentive, but I personally prefer a more professional approach than the "chummy" and talkative type we had. Others may like that, just doesn't work for me. Prices were fair for the quality and amount. I would go back.
We were excited to go to the Fork and Flask for veg fest. There are so few choices in the area to get anything but the run of the mill menu veggie items of a Caesar salad, pasta prima Vera or a veggie burger. They did not disappoint with a veritable extravaganza of options. I hope we don't have to wait another year for the next veg fest.
As always, perfect. New menu is lovely. Many interesting choices. Not just interesting . Delicious. We had a new waitress who was learning . Other than that perfect in every way. Im sure by next week shell be completely up to snuff.
Our first visit to Fork and Flask was terrific. The menu was varied in terms of items and cost as way the drinks menu.
Spencer was very helpful in guiding us through the regular and restaurant week menu explaining ingredients and offering adjustments to meet dietary and taste issues.
The portions were well sized and tasty.
This can be a special event location as well as a neighborhood place for a light dinner at the comfortable bar.
A good restaurant week outing as well as a neighborhood favorite.
Our first time dinning at Fork and Flask. Went during restaurant week and had a wonderful meal. The waiter was attentive and friendly, the food was excellent will definitely be back.
Would highly recommend Fork and Flask to friends.
My new favorite restaurant down at the Delaware shore! Everything was way above my expectations! Beet salad with grilled shrimp was delicious! I love our waiter Eric and on another occasion we loved Monica's bubbly personality and knowledge of the drinks and menu! They did a beautiful job fixing up the decor at the "new" Nage. The bar area is much more spacious and inviting! Can't wait to go back!
We went over Memorial Day weekend at the beach and this restaurant was really busy and may have been shorthanded with help so our service was a bit slow, but we were not in a hurry so it was OK for this visit. Some unusual items on their menu worth trying and some not. One of us had the scallop small plate and did not like the smell or unusual flavor. The other guests enjoyed their dishes. The desserts were awesome. If you made you reservation on Open Table be sure they check you in as I got notified that I did not keep my reservation which we did. I called the restaurant and emailed Open Table and hopefully it was resolved.
This was my first time eating here and I was highly disappointed. For starters, no one was at the hostess desk to seat a friend and I,and we waited over 5 minutes for someone to even recognize us standing there. After, we were seated, a server didn't bother approaching our table for another 10 minutes as he paced back and forth passing our table numerous times. It seems that he was too interested in scrolling through Facebook. Finally, getting our drink order placed, we waited 15 more mins. for our mimosas that ended up tasting like watered down orange juice with no champagne. The final straw was, one of our entrees went to a different table with no recognition of apologizing or rectifying the situation. Almost 40 minutes later, we both get our food. Needless to say, I will never be dining with the fork and the flask again. This was a terrible experience.
We dined at Nage several times before they changed to "Fork and Flask," and prefer it the old way. The food and service are still excellent but the noise level is not pleasant. Too many restaurants seem to think "energetic" is a good thing.
The food is great. Our waitress made our experience great. She was very attentive and accommodating. It is also family friendly even though they do not have kids menu they again accommodated our kids just fine. Definitely we will go back.
Used to love Naga! It has changed, it is no longer fune dining. It is really just other casual restaurant. The menu is slim on choices. The crab cake had alot of filler in it and the roll was crumbly. Appetizers were extremely hot spiced and again very few choices. Bloody Mary had way to much vodka and very little mix. The steak dinner was good.
Our dinner with friends was fantastic. Every bite of the new menu was absolutely delicious, and some were their own party-in-your-mouth! The food is creative but not bizarre, the staff is friendly and welcoming but not overwhelming, there are so many choices and so many different ways to mix and match small(er) plates, and they are so amazingly accommodating! Their ingredients are as local as they can find and they concentrate on bringing out the best flavor each ingredient offers. Fork and Flask is our very favorite place in a town full of fabulous eateries!
Really enjoyed our latest dining experience here; new summer menu is varied and offers several seafood choices...our red snapper and rockfish were excellent, as was our spicy calamari appetizer... attentive service from 'Eric' and tableside visit by Manager/Chef Sean Corea added to our enjoyment. Well done, 'Nage team'!
waited over hour for apps and they were skimpy for the prices. Then it took additional hour for main entrees to arrive and told it was bc large party had to be served before us?
Desserts were different and creative.
Calamari was really good and wings were tasty.
Duck burger was served cold and was not appealing
Chicken dry and tasted too smoked.
Ceasar salad dressing was really strong.
Crab cake had a lot of old bay seasoning
not a place I would put on my list to return too.
We have been going to Nage for many years, usually after we finished shopping at the outlets that day. It has always been a nice respite with good food. Fork and Flask is a nice addition. This past time we enjoyed meeting up with our friends and we were able to watch the Preakness on their tv. It was a little noisier because a larger group also gathered to watch the Preakness. The food was delicious. However, some of it was too spicy for us. We would like them to cut back on the spices. We liked the idea of locally grown food.
This gem is tucked inside a strip mall type setting, but don't be fooled. Top notch cuisine, carefully crafted. Open kitchen (always a good sign) with pastry chef on display creating your fantastic desserts. The menu was not huge, but robust enough. Many of their foods have a spicy kick to them; very flavorful. Presentation will not disappoint; it matches the quality of the food. They have an expansive cocktail offering, and the service is excellent. Warm, wonderful setting, with the same kind of people ensuring your night is perfect. I highly recommend!
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