The Only Constant: Change
Changes to the dining scene are less about openings of new restaurants and closings of old ones. They’re about seasoned pros doing new things. Here’s the dish.
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A Special Honor
The Delaware Restaurant Association recognizes Delaware Today with its Allied Member of the Year award.
Last fall, those much-beloved restaurants returned the sentiment. The Delaware Restaurant Association awarded the magazine its Allied Member of the Year award, an honor bestowed upon a company for going above and beyond to serve the restaurant industry.
“We felt that Delaware Today in this past year has really come up with creative solutions to help the restaurant industry and my members in light of our economic downturn,” says association president Carrie Leishman.
Delaware Today was presented with the award on November 16 at the Delaware Restaurant Association’s annual Cornerstone Awards at Dover Downs. A publication had never before won Allied Member of the Year.
“Our readers tell us, survey after survey, that dining is one of the topics they want most,” says Delaware Today publisher Robert Martinelli. “The magazine is proud of its relationship with Delaware’s fine restaurants and the state’s hospitality community in general. And Delaware Today is extremely honored to be awarded the Delaware Restaurant Association’s Cornerstone Award for Allied Vendor of the Year in 2009.” —Matt Amis