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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Best Fireside Dining
CRITICS, UPSTATE | Jessop’s Tavern
114 Delaware St., New Castle, 322-6111
It’s an ugly February evening. Your feet are frozen. You have the sniffles. Work was awful. Can you imagine a better thing to do than dining by the blazing fire at Jessop’s Tavern in cozy Old New Castle and enjoying every darn bite of Dutch pot roast and Martha’s Colonial cobbler? Didn’t think so.
CRITICS, UPSTATE | Harry’s Savoy Grill
2020 Naamans Road, Wilmington, 475-3000
A 6-foot slate gas fireplace makes Harry’s Savoy Grill warm and cozy. Table eight, at the hearth, is the most requested. The house florist decorates the hearth regularly, but holidays are especially nice. There’s another fireplace in the grill area, just past the bar.
CRITICS, OVER THE LINE | Dilworthtown Inn
1390 Old Wilmington Pike
West Chester, Pa., (610) 399-1390
Roaring fireplaces and candlelit tables help make Dilworthtown Inn one of the most romantic rooms in Chester County. Fireside dining enhances French countryside favorites such as seared foie gras with Pinot-cherry compote, shiso leaves and juniper jus.
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