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Best of Delaware 2008

Our 25th salute to the places that make Delaware great, plus the Hall of Fame of winningest places ever. (Can you say Grotto Pizza?) As chosen by you, the readers (with a little help from your friends here at DT)



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Most Creative Burger
Critics, downstate: Owner-chef Kevin Reading and chef de cuisine Hari Cameron are the burger kings at Nage. Their prime rib burger is ground from the deckle trimmings of center-cut rib-eye. They serve it on a homemade bun topped with organic lettuce, tomatoes, pickled smoked onions and melted Gouda cheese. Enjoy with crispy Nage frites—shoestring sweet and white potatoes with truffle oil. (4307 Highway One, Rehoboth Beach, 226-2037)

Critics, Over the Line: Dry aging beef is a lost art, but Dan Butler and the crew at Brandywine Prime Seafood and Chops clearly know their stuff. The house burger takes 8 ounces of dry-aged rib-eye, Angus strip loin and prime beef tenderloin, grinds them into one, grills it to perfection, then places it on a brioche roll with cheddar cheese, caramelized onions and sautéed mushrooms. (1617 Baltimore Pike, Chadds Ford, Pa,, 610-388-8088)

 

 

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