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  • 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.
  • Chefs William “Bill” Hoffman and Merry Catanuto have made their Hockessin restaurant a family affair. They live on the premises with their two children. Since opening in 2011, the restaurant’s changing menu has featured a tasteful collage of flavors, textures, foams and sauces.
  • 58. Lettie’s Kitchen

    Enjoy fried chicken, soups, sandwiches, salads and comfort sides all prepared in-house.
  • 59. Chefs’ Haven

    Chefs' Haven's prepared foods like artisan breads, fermented veggies, mustards, pasta sauces, salad dressings, barbecue sauces, and soups make dinnertime faster, but still delicious.
  • 60. Back Burner

    Fine dining in a historic country village setting, plus renowned pumpkin-mushroom soup and gourmet to go.
  • Abbott’s On Broad Creek sits on a tranquil little slice of town where Delaware Avenue intersects Broad Creek, natch. Abbott’s appeals to all corners of the foodie spectrum with a wide variety of inventive offerings.
  • 63. Lestardos Crab House

    Steamed crabs include blues, Dungeness, Alaskan king and snow crab. Diners rave over the spicy seasoning, the dipping sauce and the friendly, fun service.
  • 64. EasySpeak Spirits

    EasySpeak Spirits marries three trendsetting concepts under one roof: brewery, distillery, and wood-fired pizzas. The American Mule Vodka has been a bestseller, Cordell says. The bourbon and spiced rum are also popular.As for the food, the meat-lovers’ pizza with smoked sausage, pepperoni and bacon is a customer favorite.
  • 65. Dew Point Brewing Co.

    Dew Point Brewing is a family operation through and through. Upon visiting, the rotation of taps will please any beer fan with Belgians and IPAs. The tasting room has the atmosphere a true micro-brewery should have.
  • Classics include The Bobby, loaded with turkey, stuffing and cranberry suace.
  • 67. Old Mill Crab House

    The restaurant is known for its steam pots and mini feasts, which each has a dedicated section on the menu. The Crab Daddy steam pot comes with three blue crabs, a pound of little neck clams, a half-pound of steamed shrimp, potatoes, corn and a dusting of Old Bay. The list of libations is impressive. Read more...
  • Cash-only food stand serving breakfast foods like sausage, eggs, scrapple bacon, has browns, tater tots, coffee and more.
  • Warmly decorated coffee shop with sweet and savory pastries, coffee and ice cream.
  • 70. The Dog House

    An Americana-style spot for hot dogs and burgers.
  • 71. Booth House Tavern

  • 72. Jessop’s Tavern