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Jakes Seafood House
19178 Coastal Highway
29 Baltimore Avenue
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
Phone: 302-644-7711
Secondary: 302-227-6237
Hours: Open Wednesday to Sunday from 11:30am
Email: manager@jakesseafoodhouse.com

Are you ready for some mouth-watering seafood?  Jakes has prided itself since 1988 in preparing fresh, quality seafood using old family recipes and, obviously, some twists on newer menu items.  We pride ourselves in the fact that 95% of the food in our restaurant is homemade and prepared to order.  We opened up with a philosophy of serving old Baltimore-style seafood using the best ingredients while trying to assure that our guests get a value for their dollar.  As the owner/operator of Jakes Seafood, I am constantly in the kitchen to ensure the consistency of freshness and quality is maintained, hand-selecting every ingredient that enters the building.  Our shrimp and scallops are hand-breaded daily with our own breading that is made in-house.  Our Maryland Crab Soup is a recipe that goes back to 1929 to my grandfather (Jake Schneider of the original Jakes Seafood in Baltimore).  Our Famous Seafood Bisque that guests rave about (some say is the best they’ve ever had) is a recipe that was created in our first year in 1988 by my mother and business partner, Rosemary.  The bisque is a rich, cream-based soup with scallops, shrimp, lobster, and crab: thick and rich.  The Yellowfin Tuna and Rockfish come to us fresh from local vendors and usually the fish is caught in the mid-Atlantic area.

The item that really put us on the map is our crab cakes, which again is a family recipe that probably dates back 80 years.  This recipe comes from my other grandfather (Henry Klemkowski who owned Henry’s Bar in Locust Point) and I am not really sure how old this recipe is.  The special thing about our crab cakes is that we use the freshest and the best jumbo lump crab meat that is available.  Our coleslaw (Aunt Susan’s mother’s recipe from Baltimore) and potato salad is all homemade in-house.  Of course, we have steamed clams and steamed mussels, whole lobsters, we have a great selection of meat, prime rib, a children’s menu.  So, if you really want to taste quality seafood, you need to try Jakes Seafood House.  We work very hard to maintain the quality and consistency of every menu item.  Only the best for our guests!

Sincerely,

Bill Klemkowski

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Let it Snow Crab Legs!

Join us at Jake's on Coastal Highway for dinner! Enjoy over a pound of succulent Snow Crab Legs with your choice of two side dishes for just $19.99! Come early for Happy Hour at the Bar 3 to 7 p.m. featuring $6 Orange Crush, $3 Beers, $4.50 House Wines by the glass, plus awesome Fish Tacos, ...
Prime Rib & Lobster

Join us at Jake's on Coastal Highway tonight for our Thursday Night Specials: Lobster Bake $20.99 and Prime Rib Dinner $15. Enjoy a one-pound lobster steamed with clams, mussels, spiced peel 'n eat shrimp, red potato, and onion for just $20.99. Or enjoy ten ounces of our Slow-Roasted Prime Rib ...
1/2 Price Crab Cakes!

Join us at Jake's on Coastal Highway for our Wednesday Night Special: our Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes are half price! Enjoy our Crab Cake Entrée with two crab cakes and two sides for just $14 (regular price $27.99), or our Single Crab Cake with two sides for just $10 (regular price $19.99). Don't ...
Snow Crab Legs

Enjoy over a pound of Snow Crab Legs with your choice of two sides for just $19.99. Join us tonight at Jake's on Coastal Highway for a fun-filled Friday Night! We've got live music with Melissa Alesi 6 to 9 p.m. Come early for Happy Hour at the Bar 3 to 7 p.m. including $3 domestic drafts, $4.50 ...
Prime Rib & Lobster

Join us tonight at Jake's on Coastal Highway for our Thursday Night Specials: $15 Prime Rib Dinner and $20.99 Lobster Bake. Enjoy 10 ounces of our slow-roasted, hand-cut Prime Rib, served au jus with baked potato and vegetable for just $15. Add salad and dessert for just $5 more! Or, try our ...

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