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  • Classics include The Bobby, loaded with turkey, stuffing and cranberry suace.
  • La Fia attracts patrons with its European-style vibe: intimate tables, a smattering of cheerful plants, good wine. The restaurant received praise from the beginning for its French/Mediterranean–inspired fare. Dishes like the Tuna Crudo (tomatillo buttermilk, grapefruit, basil and pomegranate) and the Charred Spanish Octopus (creamy pancetta polenta, lemon aioli, Calabrian chile vinaigrette, crispy garlic, shallot Read more...
  • Torbert Street Social boasts an innovative craft cocktail menu. Bartenders smoke Old-Fashioned drinks and take classic beverages like a margarita or Moscow mule and give it a signature twist. The menu (food and drink) hits all the trends: pizzas, sliders, artisanal cheeses, charcuterie and more, all served in shareable portions.
  • Given the “craft bar” part of the restaurant’s name, it’s no surprise to find a range of artisan beers on tap or in bottles and cans. There’s even a Beer Bible guide to help you find a fruity, malty, sweet or bitter brew to your liking. Grain Craft small plates include bacon corn dogs, sliders, Read more...
  • Given the “craft bar” part of the restaurant’s name, it’s no surprise to find a range of artisan beers on tap or in bottles and cans. There’s even a Beer Bible guide to help you find a fruity, malty, sweet or bitter brew to your liking. Grain Craft small plates include bacon corn dogs, sliders, Read more...
  • El Camino has it all: aprimolocation in The Concord apartment community on Silverside Road, a light, bright and playfully decorated dining room and lounge, well executed food that ranges from familiar to fun, and a lively beverage program that includes cocktails made with fresh ingredients. The menu is organized as snacks, tacos, burritos, enchiladas and Read more...
  • The menu highlights original pub fare such as crab corn chowder, seafood tacos and the indulgence burger piled high with 90 Minute IPA white cheddar ale sauce. There’s no telling which of Dogfish’s famously “off-centered” brews will be on tap, what crazy cocktail the bartenders have created from Dogfish rum, gin or vodka, what delicious Read more...
  • Cantwell’s features upscale casual dining in early 19th-century ambiance in historic Odessa. Find good beer-battered fish and chips, wood-fired pizzas and a wide selection of craft brews.
  • The menu includes “interpretive”takes on classic Italian dishes, with most ingredients sourced from Delaware Valley farmers and food purveyors. Their concept was to look beyond “old-school, red-gravy Italian classics” and contribute something new to Wilmington’s burgeoning nightlife and restaurant scene.
  • Limestone signifies not only the restaurant’s location, but also the rock that filters groundwater sources for good bourbon. The kitchen offers the standards: beef brisket, St. Louis-style pork ribs (an important distinction for rib aficionados), pulled pork, smoked chicken, smoked turkey, sausages and then some.
  • A food hall downtown with a variety of options, including sushi, pizza, coffee and smoothies.
  • Each of Iron Hill’s locations serve up award-winning beer that beach goers crave throughout the season. Hearty American fare pairs nicely with fresh pints, and inventive offerings keep fans coming back again and again.
  • Each of Iron Hill’s locations serve up award-winning beer that beach goers crave throughout the season. Hearty American fare pairs nicely with fresh pints, and inventive offerings keep fans coming back again and again.
  • Each of Iron Hill’s locations serve up award-winning beer that beach goers crave throughout the season. Hearty American fare pairs nicely with fresh pints, and inventive offerings keep fans coming back again and again.
  • Taverna serves up satisfying Italian cuisine, including coal-fired pizzas, fresh salads and nightly dinner specials.
  • Agave Mexican Cuisine offers many of the Mexican dishes one would expect—enchiladas, burritos—and the unexpected, like molotes de tinga, empanada-shaped crescents filled with tinga de pollo—shredded chicken stewed in tomato and chipotle sauce.
  • Touch of Italy is more than just a restaurant and a place to buy Italian products like pizza, homemade mozzarella cheese, freshly baked pastries and bread, but also a little piece of Italy right here on the Delaware coastline.
  • Cafe Azafran is known for being the hotspot at the beach for locals seeking coffee and conversation or tapas. Mediterranean chili is a “don’t miss” when offered. Also try the lamb meatballs with a roasted red pepper sauce and the crab cakes.