The Best of Delaware 2009

From crab cakes and cheesesteaks to prime rib and clam bakes, little Delaware is packed with great places to eat and terrific places to shop. Here’s the cream of the crop.


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(page 132 of 164)

Linda and Harold Gray rock their yoga at Matson Run Creek in Wilmington. Photograph by Phil Flynn

Best Addition to its Repertoire

  Critics, upstate: The Delaware Symphony Orchestra and maestro David Amado are never anything short of marvelous. But the musicians’ performances during two particular concerts this year—“The Music of Led Zeppelin” and “Bugs Bunny on Broadway”—demonstrated that they can let their hair down (and put their ears up) with the best. “Bugs” conductor George Daugherty, who has taken his show to dozens of cities around the world during the past 20 years, was highly complimentary of DSO’s professionalism. But Daugherty let the audience at The Grand know that he was especially taken by the symphony members’ friendliness. Now that’s a whole lotta love. (Delaware Symphony Orchestra, 818 N. Market St., Wilmington, 656-7442)
 

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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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