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  • 37. Docklands Riverfront

    Offering a riverfront view, Docklands Riverfront provides visitors comfort food and cocktails. With a contained, outdoor porch, along with new arranged seating areas indoors, this eatery places trusts within customers to be safe, while still encouraging them to take in the scenery around them.
  • 39. Krazy Kat’s Restaurant

    The country charm of Krazy Kat’s makes it a perfect place to impress guests who have come to see the BrandywineValley. Your breakfast: short rib-smoked cheddar grits with jalapeños and smoked tomato jus or challah French toast with cinnamon butter and blueberry-Gran Marnier syrup. Your dinner: lump crab cakes with wasabi crème fraiche, sunchokes, spinach-bacon Read more...
  • 40. Grotto Pizza

  • 41. Banks’Seafood Kitchen

    Globally influenced seafood with a local twist. Enjoy wines, craft beers and cocktails on the waterfront.
  • Upstate, the seemingly unstoppable delights of rotisserie-style Peruvian chicken have at last found a more refined and cozy expression at the alluring Pachamama on Newark’s Main Street.
  • 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.
  • 44. Piccolina Toscana

    One thing that qualifies the excellent Piccolina Toscana as a “neighborhood” place is the Sunday buffet. Another is the convivial bar. The clincher is authentic Italian food like salt-cod croquettes with horseradish aioli, and fried olives stuffed with sun-dried tomatoes and Gorgonzola.
  • 46. Island Fin Poke

    The fast-casual franchise serves up made-to-order poke bowls and Dole Whip. Poke bowl shops have become popular across the continental U.S. in recent years as people are able to create their own dishes with various bases, proteins, toppings and sauces.
  • 47. Bar Roja

    Tacos and tequila. Is there a better combination? Bar Roja offers a unique experience in a one-of-a-kind patio space in Trolley Square. Hand-pressed margaritas, endless options for tequila, and delicious tacos round out the ordeal.
  • Dishes made from authentic recipes that have been developed over generations, as well as a selection of contemporary favorites, in a warm and friendly environment that features furnishings directly from Ireland.
  • 49. 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.
  • 50. El Diablo Burritos

    Enjoy fast casual Tex Mex in the form of burritos, bowls, quesadillas and tacos. With a variety of locations, there’s a variety of different outdoor seating to choose from.
  • 51. La Fia Bistro

  • 52. 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.
  • 53. Green Box Kitchen

    This vegan spot is known for its breakfast items, bowls and smoothies. Thanks to the Curbside Wilmington initiative, the restaurant now has outdoor seating through the rest of the summer.