Best of Delaware 2010

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Most Cutting-Edge Restaurant

1307 N. Scott St., Wilmington, 777-1800
It sure is fun trying to keep up with über-imaginative chef Michael DiBianca, the CIA-trained chef-owner of Moro. Perhaps the best way to experience his culinary dexterity is through one of Moro’s monthly wine dinners, where dishes can swerve from tomato-braised rabbit with homemade papardelle to jalapeño-basil grilled shrimp and grits. Moro’s charcuterie—globally-sourced salumi and cheeses—are among the best around.

4307 Highway One, Rehoboth Beach, 226-2037
Between the farm-to-table mantra of chef-owner Kevin Reading and the imagination of chef du cuisine Hari Cameron, the food at Nage is always interesting. The pair write a new menu daily using locally grown produce to create gastronomic works of art, like bone-in pork chops with barley risotto, baby turnips and chicory emulsion.

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