Fenwick Island, DE -- (ReleaseWire) -- 06/12/2014 -- Fenwick Island’s popular seafood restaurant, Ropewalk—A Fenwick Island Oyster House, celebrates its first anniversary on June 8th.
Ropewalk Fenwick is the culmination of a dream of the McFaul brothers and their friend and business partner, Chris Reda, to open a restaurant in the area in which they and their families all loved to vacation.
Their other restaurant venues are famous Baltimore landmarks including, Ropewalk Tavern Federal Hill, Stalking Horse Vodka Bar, and Delia Foley’s Irish Pub. Ropewalk Fenwick’s success spawned the creation of Main Street Oyster House in Bel Air, Maryland in October of 2013.
The Coastal Highway seafood restaurant opened one year ago on June 8, 2013, to great acceptance, wait-to-be-seated dinner rushes all summer, and popular acclaim. “We want to thank all our first-year patrons and all those who voted for us in the Delmarva Readers Poll,” said General Manager Molly Thomas. “We were awarded a Delmarva Publishing Reader’s Choice Poll Award for the best seafood restaurant in the Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia ocean corridor.”
Ropewalk Fenwick welcomes visitors and local residents to open air dining on two floors, serving upscale fare and free entertainment year round. Dueling pianos is a feature on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday evenings all summer long.
Fresh seafood is their specialty, with an emphasis on their oyster bar, with fresh oysters arriving daily. Their menu reflects the seasons with local ingredients. Chef Frank Campanella calls fish orders in nightly to obtain the freshest catch off the docks.
Parents can relax and dine while watching their kids enjoy the beach playground in sight of the bar, dining tables and upstairs deck.
For images and more details about the restaurant visit their web site at www.RopewalkFenwick.com. For more information, call General Manager Molly Thomas at (302) 581-0153 or email Molly@ RopewalkFenwick.com .
About Ropewalk Fenwick Island Oyster House
Ropewalk Fenwick Island Oyster House was launched in June 2013 by the two partners who had vacationed in that area for over 20 years. They also are principles of other famous Baltimore landmark venues including, Ropewalk Tavern Federal Hill, Stalking Horse Vodka Bar, and their newest location, Main Street Oyster House in Bel Air, Maryland. The owners have a long history of giving back to the local community through fundraising and multiple charities.
Ropewalk—A Fenwick Island Oyster House
Molly Thomas, General Manager
700 Coastal Highway
Fenwick Island, DE 19944