9 Places to Celebrate National Something on a Stick Day

From kebabs to cake pops, here's what we recommend trying.


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Wednesday, March 28 marks National Something on a Stick Day. While this funny food holiday may lack the pedigree of Christmas or Thanksgiving, it’s still an excuse to let your creative juices run wild. Need some inspiration? Here are a few local places we recommend.

 

Ali Baba Mid Eastern Restaurant

Try a shrimp, lamb, kafta (ground beef), or chicken kabob at Ali Baba’s on Newark’s Main Street.

175 E. Main St. Newark, 738-1111 • website

 

Churrascaria Saudades Brazilian Steakhouse

Passadores (meat waiters) wield massive meat skewers at this all-you-can-eat Brazilian steakhouse. As they pass through the restaurant, turn your service card to green to indicate whether you would like to be offered the meat each waiter is transporting.

230 E. Main St., Unit 203 Newark Shopping Center Newark, 355-5551 • website

 

Desserts by Dana

Owner Dana Herbert is trained in both the culinary and pastry arts. Try one of his $1.50 cake pops—a bite-sized version of his larger cakes.

1212 Capitol Trail, Newark, 721-5798 • website

 

Kabab Korner

Take a trip to Kabab Korner or order delivery and indulge in any one of their many kabab specials, including chicken tikka, beef and tangri.   

706 N. Dupont Hwy., Dover, 883-2301 • website

 

No. 1 Chinese Restaurant

Turn in your chopsticks for meat on a stick at this local Chinese takeout spot. Try a beef stick, chicken stick, fried crabstick and even a shrimp stick.

610 Newark Shopping Center, Newark, 731-8411 • website

 

Ocean View Seafood

In addition to their specialty jumbo steamed-to-order-crabs, Ocean View offers fresh seafood skewers (tuna, shrimp and scallops). Perfect for today and anytime a seafood craving hits.

42A Atlantic Ave., Ocean View, 537-7511 • website

 

Dark chocolate cake pops.//Courtesy of Petite Sweets

Petite Sweets

Petite Sweets boasts “the best cake pops ever.” The bakery offers 10 everyday flavors like cookies & cream and dark chocolate, “drunken” flavors such as strawberry margarita, pure rum and orange crush and season flavors. Orders can be placed online or at Petite Sweets’ store fronts in Milford and Dover.

22 S. Walnut St., Milford, 725-0725 • website
111 W. Loockerman St., Dover, 257-5754 • website

 

Semra’s Mediterranean Grill

Escape to Rehoboth and dine at one of the beach’s top Mediterranean spots. The “chicken tenders on a stick,” (Mediterranean chicken kebabs), are a hit with kids.

19 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach, 226-4976 • website

 

Summer J. Artisan Ice Pops

The creators of these summer “spa pops” put an emphasis on detoxifying, nourishing and restoring you skin’s glow, while the taste takes you back to your childhood. Select flavors are available year-round on Summer J’s website. The alcohol-infused pops are reserved for special events throughout the summer. All of the offerings are vegan-, gluten- and dairy-free.

803-5775 • website

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