Rehoboth Beach Bear Weekend would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors. Please seek out and patronize these awesome businesses to show our appreciation!
If your business would like to be a sponsor of Rehoboth Beach Bear Weekend or advertise in the official program, please email us email@example.com
Our presenting sponsors and hosts of the Official Bar Crawl Events during Rehoboth Beach Bear Weekend.
The Pines Rehoboth Beach a modern coastal tavern specializing in a farm to table menu and craft cocktails. The Top of the Pines lounge located on the 2nd floor features a lite fare menu and a beautiful piano bar emptying out on a balcony overlooking Baltimore Ave. The deviled eggs and chicken wings are wonderful.
The Top of the Pines is our late night bear bar on Saturday during Bear Weekend. Come grab a drink and bite and enjoy a gorgeous space. For more information visit their website ThePinesRB.com or in person at 56 Baltimore Avenue. You can reach them at (302) 864-7778.
Cooter Brown’s Twisted Southern Kitchen offers rooftop patio dining with the best view of Rehoboth Avenue. Enjoy their take on Twisted Southern cooking and imbibe at their fully stocked bourbon bar.
They are our official Late Night Bear Bar on Friday, September 20 beginning at 10pm. The fried bologna club sandwich and Frito pie are two of our favorites…oh and the Violet Mule too! Rehoboth Beach Bear Weekend badge holders receive 10% off.
Cooter Brown’s is located at 70 Rehoboth Avenue, second floor or on the Web at CooterBrownsTwisted.com. They can be reached at (302) 567-2132.
The Blue Moon has offered a magnificent fine dining experience for over 35 years. Additionally, their cabaret bar has been a staple for the gay community and our allies for decades.
We recommend their Sunday Jazz Brunch or making dinner reservation early. Their menu changes almost if not daily using seasonal ingredients. Every meal we had has been remarkable. During the Summer, resident Diva, Pamela Stanley entertains 6:00pm to 8:30pm. They offer nightly entertainment including drag shows and dancing with music videos on Friday/Saturdays.
Blue Moon is located at 35 Baltimore Ave or via their website at BlueMoonRehoboth.com. Reservations may be made through the Open Table app or by calling (302) 227-6515.
Aqua is our gracious host and the location of Bear Happy Hour Saturday, September 21 beginning at 3:00pm. They boast a beautiful Bear-sized deck overlooking Baltimore Avenue and jumbo umbrellas to provide shade from the sun or cover in the event of a sprinkle.
Join us for sure at Aqua in September but this is the place to go after any beach day to quench your thirst and tame the rumble in your belly. If you’re feeling peckish Aqua offers great snacks, burgers, tacos, flat breads and American fare entrees.
Aqua is located at 57 Baltimore Avenue in Rehoboth Beach or on the web at AquaRehoboth.com. They can be reached at (302) 226-9001.
The Purple Parrot Restaurant & Bar is practically iconic amongst tourists and a favorite with the locals. The Purple Parrot’s
Bier BearGarten is also the host of Bear Weekend’s Closing Party on Sunday, September 22 beginning at 1pm.
The Purple Parrot has fantastic daily specials for lunch, happy hour, and dinner. The Schnitzel is a must have and their Prime Rib can’t be beat for only $12.75 on Sunday. See their entire menu at PPgrill.com.
The Purple Parrot is located at 134 Rehoboth Avenue and can be reached (302) 226-1139.
Rehoboth Breeze is the exclusive retailer in the Rehoboth Beach, Lewes and Dewey Beach area of unique and funky Big Hed dsigns on 100% cotton, pre-shrunk, pigment-dyed t-shirts with sizes to 3X. They also offer sweatshirts, shorts, sweatpants, hats and mugs. You can also find Blue Q products, which are made of 95% recycled materials.
Be sure to claim a 30% discount off your entire store purchase or the Rehoboth Breeze original Bear t-shirt. They are located at 117 Rehoboth Avenue and RehobothBreeze.com.
The Pond Bar & Grill is our host and official Bear Bar of the night on Thursday, September 19. They are also providing a delicious dish for Thursday night’s Meet & Greet party. Also the first Friday of every month, the Rehoboth Beach Bears hosts their FURst Friday happy hour here.
They are the quintessential neighborhood restaurant/bar with friendly bartenders and servers. Take it from us, try the best Rueben in town or the Pond fries. Additionally, they are offering a 20% discount to all Rehoboth Beach Bear Weekend badge holders.
The pond is the place to go for live bands, fun bar games or open mic nights. Visit them at 3 South 1st St in Rehoboth Beach or at ThePondRehoboth.com. Their phone number is (302) 227-2234.
These businesses donate their time and valuable resources promoting Rehoboth Beach Bear Weekend.
CAMP Rehoboth is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community service organization dedicated to creating a more positive environment in Rehoboth Beach and its related communities. They seek to promote cooperation and understanding among all people, as we work to build a safer and more inclusive community with room for all.
Letters magazine is a local publication produced by CAMP, which can be picked up outside of their office or at many other businesses throughout the area. Visit them at 37 Baltimore Ave in Rehoboth Beach or on the Web at CampRehoboth.com
Signarama has graciously donated all of the banners and signs you see around Rehoboth Beach promoting Bear Weekend. If you or your business is need of Indoor or Outdoor signs, Banners, Displays, or Vehicle Graphics you won’t find a better option than at Signarama.
Call them at their Georgetown location on the Lewes-Georgetown Highway at (302) 855-9292. Visit them on the Web at Signarama-Rehoboth.com
Dogfish Head started out as a brew pub in Rehoboth Beach and has grown over the years to one of the largest craft breweries in the U.S. Visit their brand new brew pub, Brewings & Eats with a scratch-made menu featuring original pub fare like crab corn chowder, seafood tacos, and wood-grilled burgers. Though the wood-fired pizzas shouldn’t be missed in our opinion. Join us at the brew pub Wednesday, September 18 to kick off Bear Weekend early at 5:00pm.
Dogfish has graciously donated beer for our events held at CAMP Rehoboth. This means any Dogfish Head beer you purchase during our Opening Party or during Sunday’s Bear Art Show will be a direct donation to Rehoboth Beach Bears. Dogfish is also Delaware’s largest distillery too!
Visit Dogfish.com for more information. Stop in their brew pub at 320 Rehoboth Ave or call them at (302) 226-BREW. You can also take a tour of their brewery in Milton, DE Monday-Saturday and visit the tasting room for samples.
Oak Creek Wine & Spirits has generously donated towards the alcohol that will be served at Rehoboth Beach Bear Weekend events held at CAMP Rehoboth. This gets a step closer to our goal where all alcohol sales at our ticketed events will act as a donation to our charitable efforts, including the Rehoboth Beach Bear Scholarship fund. Their selection of spirits and beer are fantastic, but their weekly wine tasting from 4-7pm on Friday is phenomenal.
Oak Creek is worth the short drive to 28266 Lewes-Georgetown Hwy. They can be reached at (302) 684-2929 or by visiting Facebook.com/OakCreekWine
The Woods Campground is located 3 hours North of Rehoboth Beach in the beautiful Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania! It is a membership-only LGBT, clothing optional camping resort, exclusively for those 18-and older. Located on 160 private acres with streams, a four-acre lake, they offer a variety of campsites for guests with all levels of camping experience. They also boast 18 cabins, 2 trailers, 1 park model resort home to rent, and can accommodate all size RV’s including Class A’s with most sites offering 50 amps! Guests also enjoy the pool parties, dance club and dining in the café.
During the season, The Woods offers a variety of themed weekends. You’ll thank us if you go during one of their four Bear Weekends or Bear Week! Find out more about The Woods at TheWoods.camp or call (610) 377-9577.
True allies of the Bear and broader LGBT communities, these businesses are just as charitable as they are welcoming.
Nalu Hawaiin Surf Bar & Grill is our generous Swag Bag sponsor. They offer Pacific Island fusion cuisine just steps from the boardwalk. We love the sashimi grade tuna poke bowl and the Portuguese Sausage soup. Their original restaurant is located in Dewey Beach.
Visit them online at NaluSurfBar.com or call them at (302) 278-7960. Grab lunch or dinner at 41 Rehoboth Ave in Rehoboth Beach or 1308 Coastal HWY in Dewey Beach.
Nicola Pizza is the home of the famous nic-o-boli. They are knows for their pizza and their version of Stromboli. Their take out window is open till late into the morning. So if you’re around after last call and need a slice stop on by. The second floor is a sports bar with dozens of tv’s. Try their wings and chili cheese fries.
Nicola Pizza is the proud presenting sponsor of our comedy show, Saturday September 21. They have two locations at 8 N 1st St or 71 Rehoboth Avenue. Visit them online at NicolaPizza.com or call them (302) 227-6211.
Shorebreak Lodge is very recognizable with its stark blue and white interior. Their menu is an eclectic mix of land and sea, but they bill themselves as an American Seafood restaurant. They prefer to let the food speak for itself by using the best ingredients and not getting overly complicated. They offer Happy hour from 4-6pm and a 15% early bird discount before 5pm.
Stop by this casual yet sophisticated restaurant at 10 Wilmington Ave or on the web at Shorebreaklodge.com. You can call them at (302) 227-1007
Shrimpy’s is a huge supporter of the Bear community and they are our Lanyard sponsors. Shrimpy’s Pub is their newest restaurant located down Rehoboth Ave Ext while their original location – Shrimpy’s Snack Shack is just blocks from the boardwalk on Rehoboth Ave. Shrimpy’s Bar and Grill is located in Midway by the Movie Theatre.
When visiting Shrimpy’s Pub try one of our favorites like the Jambalya or the Fresh Fish Sandwich. See them at 37385 Rehoboth Ave Ext.
Twist Juice Bar & Café is dedicated to natural, clean, and delicious eating. They are also vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free friendly. Try one of their healthy and unique breakfast offerings or one of their cold press juices. We like the Indian Summer smoothie and the grilled chicken bowl.
Visit them online at TwistJuicesRehoboth.com or in person at 25 Wilmington Ave. You may also call them at (302) 212-2605.
Mariachi Restaurant features Spanish, Mexican and Latin American cuisine. They serve lunch and dinner and feature dining on two floors, including outdoor seating on the second floor. Saturday and Sunday brunch is available 11:00am-3:00pm. You can’t go wrong by choosing one Mariachi’s daily specials and one of their delicious margaritas! Show your Rehoboth Beach Bear Weekend badge and receive 10% off September 19-23.
Mariachi Restaurant is located at 14 Wilmington Avenue or on the Web at MariachiRehobothDE.com. You can call them at (302) 227-0115.
The Homestead Bed & Breakfast at Rehoboth Beach sits on two acres of beautifully landscaped property. They are a pet friendly and adults only inn.
Choose from four beautifully decorated guest rooms with private bathrooms or the newly remodeled cottage featuring a large fenced-in backyard. Guests enjoy a full breakfast including a hot entree, homemade breads, fresh fruit, and gourmet coffee.
For reservations call (302) 226-7625 or visit them on the Web at HomesteadRehoboth.com. Be sure to mention you are reserving for Rehoboth Beach Bear Weekend and get 10% off your room rate.
go fish! is a British Fish + Chip Shop and Seafood restaurant! They also serve other favorites such as bangers and mash, shepherd’s pie, mushy peas, and sticky toffee pudding. They of course, have the best beer-battered fish in town. Though we recommend you add on a fried sausage with your meal. Take out is available!
Call them at (302) 226-1044 or stop in at 24 Rehoboth Avenue, which is just steps from the Boardwalk. See their full menu and mouth watering photos at GoFishRehoboth.com. go fish! is offering badge holders 10% off food during Rehoboth Beach Bear Weekend.