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 Restaurant Makeover

CRITICS, UPSTATE | Dome to Redfire Grill
400 Lantana Drive, Hockessin, 235-2600
There was no place like Dome, but you’ve got to love its reincarnation as Redfire Grill and Steakhouse. With its low lighting, ruby walls and signature steaks, Carl Georigi’s classic chophouse keeps Hockessin hoppin’. We’re partial to the New York strip and the rib-eye. All steaks are broiled at 1,200 degrees and are best taken with creamed spinach, horseradish mashed potatoes or grilled asparagus. The wine list, like the menu, is priced fairly and the orange-spiked cheesecake makes for a nice finish. Dome, thanks for the memories.

CRITICS, DOWNSTATE | Celsius to Henlopen City Oyster House
50 Wilmington Ave., Rehoboth Beach, 260-9193
A good deal of elbow grease went into making the former Celsius Restaurant into Henlopen City Oyster House. For business partners Joe Baker and Chris Bisaha, that meant transforming the space into a modern rustic-chic oyster house, complete with wood plank flooring, brick walls and exposed ceilings. The brand new raw bar (adjacent to the actual bar) has four stools where patrons can sit and mull over the selection of oysters from eight to 10 regions every night.
 

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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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