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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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Best Caterer
Critics, upstate: Fresh, organic gourmet food from Sugarfoot Fine Food is enough to perk up any corporate event or social do. Two Wilmington locations assemble great breakfast baskets (with muffins, bagels and homemade sticky buns) and sandwich platters laced with gourmet touches such as champagne mustard. (1014 N. Lincoln St., Wilmington, 655-4800; 1007 N. Orange St., Wilmington, 654-1600)

Critics, downstate: Catering director Josh Grapski of Nage gives clients an extensive menu of upscale plates and hors d’oeuvres to choose from, things like duck prosciutto and Boursin stuffed dates, or seared tuna carpaccio crostini with tomato confit and olive tapenade. But the beauty of Nage’s catering is how it allows guests to customize their affairs. Customers can even ask for food not on the menu. Nage caterers are so flexible, they once teamed with famed Philly restaurant Le Bec-Fin to cater a tomato-themed wedding party. (19730 Coastal Hwy., Rehoboth Beach, 226-2037)

 

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More Best Of Delaware

Where to Eat & Drink
The best places to wine and dine.
What to Eat & Drink
And the best food on which
to wine and dine.
Restaurants by Town
In case you don't feel like traveling across the state for dinner.
Shopping
The best places to get what you want.
Salon & Bridal
The state's best spots to pamper yourself.
Home & Services
Well, because not everyone is
handy.
Fun & Leisure
Play time.
Media
Those who impact the most on a day-to-day basis.
Kids
Because we can't get enough of those we love.

 

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