Cushy pillows, mismatched chairs and soothing tones create the mellow vibe that makes this Rehoboth Beach restaurant the place to chill.
Chef Ryan Cunningham wears his love of Delaware agriculture on his sleeve.
New owners Michael and Beth Ross redirect this fine-dining mainstay on the Wilmington restaurant scene.
Menu reboot offers exciting new dishes.
Owners Joe and Megan Churchman posses reverence for the past, present and the future of culinary excellence.
Satsuma Asian Kitchen +Bar is a welcome wild card in a predictable Trolley Square scene.
From banging the drum with Fat Daddy Has Been to crafting fancy dishes at Krazy Kat’s in Montchanin, Merrill fine-tunes his art with every dish.
Peruvian rotisserie chicken is the star of the show at—where else—The Chicken House.
Back to the fusion: The flavors—and the clever craft cocktails—are otherworldly at 14 Global.
Bryan Sikora brings casual sophistication to Wilmington in the form of La Fia—a bistro, bakery and gourmet shop rolled into one.
While some authentic Italian dishes remain from its original incarnation, the restaurant’s overhaul includes exotic ingredients and European classics.
Fit for a king: Flavorful, carefully prepared pub grub rules at the Rose & Crown in Lewes.
The warmth of Chile: Pochi’s wine-centric approach—along with its flavorful Chilean cuisine—refreshes the downtown Wilmington dining scene.
It might not be the most innovative ticket in town, but it’s certainly the hottest. With a straightforward menu, bold flavors and fresh ingredients, there’s plenty to love (and devour) at Platinum Dining Group’s newest venture.
A man for all seasonings: Jay Caputo brings the heat—and some top-shelf tequila—at Cabo.
The Italian-American eatery has been a part of the Wilmington restaurant scene from 2002-2011. Now home again in his former spot, Don Scalessa delivers solid Italian fare to returning and new clientele. And yes, the disco ball is still there.