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  • Playa Bowls specializes in acai, pitaya, coconut, and oatmeal bowls, among other Instagrammable options—plus juices, smoothies, and chia pudding.
  • 2. Grotto Pizza

  • 3. Hopkins Farm Creamery

  • 4. 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.
  • 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.
  • 7. Touch of Italy Bakery

    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.
  • 8. 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.
  • 9. Kick n’ Chicken

  • 10. 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.
  • 12. The Station on Kings

  • 13. Big Oyster Brewery

    The fisherman’s stew with fresh fish, shrimp, clams, mussels and jumbo lump crab in an Old Bay-spiced plum tomato broth is also a top seller. And Gary’s rendition of a cheese board but with fresh fish, the seacuterie board, has also received positive response.
  • The sister restaurant of Cafe Azafran, Olive and Oats serves grean Panache coffee and espresso drinks. For breakfast, some offerings to look out for will be their famous baked oatmeal, alonside fresh bagels and frittatas.
  • 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.
  • 18. 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.