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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CRITICS, UPSTATE | Crazy Bone Café
3100 Naamans Road, Wilmington, 477-1544
Crazy Bone Café’s Wayne Phillips is the former owner of cult favorite Dreamer’s Café, so he’s re-created the charm in his new place. Creative sandwiches make up most of the menu. Faves include an Italian sub with prosciutto and sharp provolone (it’s called a Bambino), the Picasso, with homemade chicken salad, diced pineapple, dried cranberries, sliced brie and crushed pecans, and the Dragon’s Breath, with sliced chicken and turkey, jalapeños and lime-chipotle sauce. Turkey and roast beef are cooked in-house. Classic Buono Brothers Bakery in Chester, Pennsylvania, provides the bread.
CRITICS, DOWNSTATE | Sharky’s Grill
1508 Coastal Hwy., Dewey Beach, 226-3116
The Cuban sandwich has been the top seller at Sharky’s Grill for 15 years running. Sharky’s makes each sandwich as it is ordered using marinated pork loin, Black Forest ham, dill pickle, Swiss or pepper-jack cheese on long bread with mustard, mayo or chipotle. Sharky’s charbroiled cheeseburgers are almost as popular. Our fave: the smoked brisket with melted cheddar and barbecue sauce.