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  • Grab lunch, dinner or brunch underneath twinkly lights on Columbus Inn’s covered patio, which overlooks the bustling Pennsylvania Avenue. Cozy atmosphere with American fare, classic cocktails, craft beers and fine wines.
  • On the site of the former music venue of the same name, this pub offers American fare with an expansive beer, wine and cocktail list. On the nights of Main Street Alfresco, the restaurant will have additional outdoor dining
  • Dock at Big Chill Beach Club and enjoy its array of lunch and dinner options—all alongside priceless views of the Indian River Inlet. Menu options include salad shreds and bowls, crabcake and shrimp sandwiches, and SoCal-style burgers and tacos.
  • It’s time to elevate date night—literally. From the rooftop deck—complete with a 16,000-gallon koi pond—enjoy Japanese cuisine and sushi, as well as views of Rehoboth Avenue.
  • Just as its namesake suggests, Fish On restaurant specializes in seafood. Menu options include classics like fish and chips, shrimp and grits, and fish tacos.
  • This farm-to-table spot is a must-try for the ultimate foodie. With an outside patio, patrons can enjoy Chef Matthew Kern’s innovative dishes right on downtown Lewes’ main drag.
  • Since 2013, Rosenfeld’s Jewish Deli made its impact on the Ocean City, Maryland community and has since expanded to Rehoboth Beach and Wilmingtondue to its reputation for delicious Jewish favorites such as kosher-style sandwiches and knishes.
  • Customers far and wide come to Bluecoast for local seafood, great happy hour specials and an award-winning wine list. They stay for a stunning view that overlooks Bethany’s scenic salt pond. The Rehoboth location also has a large outdoor dining area (with a nice bar, too) that somehow disguises all the noise from busy Route Read more...
  • Chef Tom Hannum turns traditional pub grub upscale. Find proof in Buckley's Burger and the foie gras.
  • Pub fare, plus a robust beer, wine and cocktails menu.
  • Enjoy fast casual Tex Mex in the form of burritos, bowls, quesadillas and tacos. With a variety of locations, there’s a variety of different outdoor seating to choose from.
  • This vegan spot is known for its breakfast items, bowls and smoothies. Thanks to the Curbside Wilmington initiative, the restaurant now has outdoor seating through the rest of the summer.
  • Globally influenced seafood with a local twist. Enjoy wines, craft beers and cocktails on the waterfront.
  • This oceanfront restaurant is nestled in Delaware Seashore State Park. The main dining area boasts a 200-seat rooftop deck and umbrella bar, complete with 360-degree views of the ocean, the Indian River Inlet and Inland Bays.
  • With modern twists to classic lunches, dinners, and everything in between, such as cheesesteak sandwiches, self-made omelets, and charcoal-grilled burgers, as well as an enclosed porch recollective of any neighborhood barbecue, Kid Shelleen’s grants customers the chance to reconnect with the familiar, while also becoming familiar with the new.
  • The Juice Joint, located at 323 Justison St. at the Wilmington Riverfront, is now open and offers customers a taste of freshly pressed juice, smoothies and a health-conscious food menu. The Juice Joint uses a two-step cold-press process to extract fruit and vegetable juices. According to the shop’s website, this method keeps more vitamins and Read more...
  • In 1997, brothers Eric and Norman Sugrue opened the doors to Big Fish Grill. It has grown from one 90-seat restaurant to the Big Fish Restaurant Group, which includes multiple Big Fish restaurant locations and a variety of other restaurants throughout the Delaware region. Big Fish offers delicious and approachable family-style seafood.
  • Capers & Lemons, located in a bright, modern space, takes a contemporary approach to Italian cuisine. Look for upscale versions of the classics—ravioli, cavatelli, pizza, veal saltimbocca—as well as grilled venison loin and braised short rib.