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  • 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.
  • 92. Crow Bar

    Tucked between Trolley Square Oyster House and Bar-Roja is the newest evening spot in the neighborhood, Crow Bar, invites customers in with its plush, rich decor and makes them stay with a sharing-style menu and craft cocktails list. It's the newest restaurant from La Fia and Merchant Bar owners Bryan and Andrea Sikora.
  • 93. Farmer and the Cow

    Craft beers join top-tier pub food at Farmer and the Cow. The rustic eatery serves up unique ingredients atop classic fare like burgers in downtown Wilmington.
  • 94. Merchant Bar

    Merchant has the cosmopolitan vibe of a great maritime city with a menu of food and drink that accommodates diverse tastes. The menu, almost equally split between seafood dishes and those for landlubbers, reinforces a nautical vibe—Nova Scotia mussels sit harmoniously with a hearty burger.
  • 95. Maker’s Alley

  • 96. Cavanaugh’s Restaurant

    This eatery is known as a great spot to grab lunch on a busy workday. But now, it can be enjoyed for lunch and dinner Monday through Friday. Plus, with the Curbside Wilmington initiative, the restaurant’s outdoor seating is expanded through the rest of the summer.
  • 97. Makers Alley

    Makers Alley delivers a quaint, communal experience to all, matching the aura of a backyard gathering with family and friends. With a free, reaching space to move around, along with a variety of favorites from burgers to tacos crafted inside an Airstream converted to a kitchen, Makers Alley brings back a comfortability factor for those Read more...
  • 98. Delta Restaurant

    Downtown diner serving hearty breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • 99. Chelsea Tavern

    Pub fare, plus a robust beer, wine and cocktails menu.
  • 100. Stitch House Brewery

    The draw: freshly brewed beer that travels mere feet from the tank to the tap. Stitch House Brewery serves up tapas and twists on classic bar food. Exposed brick walls, soaring ceilings, a long zinc bar, rafters and girders and beams, overhead lights housed in safety cages and big, big windows combine in a way Read more...
  • 101. The Chicken Spot

    Chicken platters (for one or a whole party) paired with traditional Southern sides.
  • 102. DE Slider Co.

  • 103. DE.CO Wilmington

    A food hall downtown with a variety of options, including sushi, pizza, coffee and smoothies.
  • 104. Torbet Street Social

    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.
  • 105. Dorcea

    Inviting American bistro with an extensive draft list, craft cocktails and a 900-bottle wine cellar.
  • The sandwich menu at Washington Street Ale House features anything but the usual suspects. The Cubano stays faithful to the Cubans you first encountered in South Florida. Seared tuna with wasabi aïoli is a great alternative to your run-of-the-mill crab cake.
  • 107. Hollywood Grill

  • 108. La Pizzeria Metro

    Hand-crafted wood-fired pizza.