Catering Notes: Peach Blossom, Matt’s Fish Camp, Taco Reho, Aunt Vonda’s

The Taco Reho food truck outside the Big Chill bar and concert hall on Coastal Highway, Rehoboth, is giving way to a casual eatery in a nearby former Burger King restaurant.

The food truck had its last day outside of Big Chill on Sunday when the new location opened.

Expect an expanded menu at Taco Reho that goes beyond the food truck’s Southern California-style burritos and tacos.

The new location will retain the Burger King service window for those who wish to take out their tacos and burritos.

Taco Reho is part of La Vida hospitality. Coastal Delaware Company operates Crooked Hammock breweries and restaurants in Lewes, Middletown, Myrtle Beach and Fork + Flask outside of Rehoboth and Big Chill bars on Coastal Highway and a seasonal site in Delaware Sea Shore State Park, Bethany Beach.

Peach Blossom Eatery coming soon

Owners Olivia Brinton and Sam Ross will also be offering baked goods at the restaurant.

The restaurant will offer vegan and southern fare including hash browns, vegan wrap, cookies and gravy, as well as a vegan burrito for breakfast. Also on the menu, pancakes with chocolate chips and French toast.

Brinton co-founded Little Goat Coffee Roasting Co. in Newark. This is good news for coffee drinkers.

Peach Blossom is part of the national trend towards breakfast and lunch spots.

The restaurant will open in the former Pachamama (Peruvian chicken) and Napoli (Italian) space on Main Street.

Ribbon Cut for Aunt Vonda

, the Delaware Black Chamber of Commerce hosted the event earlier in the month to mark the opening of the restaurant inspired by the owner’s father and his Caroline roots.

So far, Aunt Vonda has been listed as closed, but check her Facebook page for updates.

Matt’s Fish Camp opens in Fenwick

Rehoboth Beach-based SoDel Concepts has opened its third Matt’s Fish Camp in Fenwick, on the southern edge of the state.

He joins Matt’s locations in the Lewes and Bethany Beach areas. The Fish Camp concept of the late SoDel co-founder Matt Haley was inspired by the informal look of East Coast seafood shacks.

Offers include favorites from Delaware and Maryland as well as New England-style offerings.

The Last Matt’s is open for dinner seven nights a week.

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