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  • 127. Harry’s Savory Grill

    A dedication to technique makes this Wilmington steakhouse consistently excellent. Harry’s beef gets so much attention, it can be easy to forget that it also serves great seafood. In addition to several varieties of oysters and clams offered at the raw bar, the menu tempts with shellfish dishes such as shrimp scampi andentréeslike swordfish with Read more...
  • 128. The reef

    Seafood oasis with a lengthy menu of fresh dishes like lemon butter cod and Key West scallops. Plus, some non-seafood options.
  • The popular eatery—known for its signature rib-eye sandwich with melted American and provolone cheeses—has three convenient locations. Claymont Steak Shop owner Demi Kollias takes casual dining to the next level with her notorious grit, killer customer service and precise dedication.
  • 131. The Nook

    The menu at Good Morning Breakfast Nook features affordable, classic dishes. The menu is traditional, with platters, sandwiches, omelets, pancakes and French toast for breakfast, plus soups and salads, sandwiches, quesadillas, burgers and paninis for lunch.
  • 132. The Surfing Crab

    Crabs, which come from the Gulf, the Carolinas or the Chesapeake, depending on the season, are steamed to order. You’ll find the favored sides with the addition of succotash, a Sussex County favorite.
  • 133. Old World Breads

    Enjoy a variety of freshly baked artisan breads at this shop.
  • Long Neck and Millsboro residents now have a nearby brewery, thanks to the second location of Brick Works. (The first is in Smyrna.) The draft selection changes but might include Drop Trowel, an American-style IPA, or Citrus Mistress American Wheat.
  • The local sports bar chain first opened in Ocean City, Md. in 1976 with a menu that specializes in burgers, sandwiches and, of course, beer. There are several locations throughout Delaware to watch every big game.
  • 136. Fish On

    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.
  • 137. Kick n’ Chicken

  • 138. The Clubhouse at Baywood

    This fine dining experience in Millsboro offers beautiful views with upscale eats. The desserts are almost too gorgeous to eat, and platings resemble works of art.
  • 139. Lefty’s Alley and Eats

    Lefty's Alley and Eats is an experience unlike any other in Delaware. Depending on the time of year, drive-in events have patrons served right at their car, and the lanes are always full of activity. Potstickers, nachos, and any-other snack you'd want to fuel the fun are served piping hot.
  • Since opening in late 2015, this brewpub has proven popular with families. Credit the spacious enclosed beer garden, which sports a playground and games. There’s also live entertainment.
  • 141. Matt’s Fish Camp

  • 142. Half Full

    Half Full puts a unique spin on pizzas, soups and salads, complemented by a robust wine selection. Housed in a quaint cottage in Lewes, this spot can fill up fast, so plan ahead.
  • 143. Kindle Restaurant

    The menu is a mix of seasonal American fare infused with a touch of French cuisine.
  • 144. Heirloom

    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.