Best of Delaware 2010

You told us your favorites. We have a few of our own. Herein, the great big list of winners.


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(page 144 of 170)

Best Bookstore

CRITICS, UPSTATE | Ninth Street Book Shop
104 W. Ninth St., Wilmington, 652-3315
In an age of big-box booksellers who stock everything from Scrabble to espressos, Ninth Street Book Shop owners Jack and Gemma Buckley have kept their store alive since 1977. That’s saying a lot for a 6,000-square-foot store in downtown Wilmington. The owners have always supported local authors, and continue to offer travel guides and maps, more than 9,000 children’s titles and an African-American section. The Buckleys do some nice gift wrapping, too.

CRITICS, DOWNSTATE | Browseabout Books
133 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach, 226-2665
You couldn’t ask for a better name than Browseabout Books. Here, one can browse about without being stalked by sales types. After all, this shop is located in a resort. So relax. Besides its large book selection, the independently owned shop carries stationery, gifts and a surprising number of toys. Sip excellent espresso in its café.
 

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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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