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Friday, April 23, 2021

Drink

Cocoa bombs: fun, flavorful and, occasionally, a bit boozy

Cocoa bombs were hot during the holidays and are expected to be hot at Valentine's Day.

Meet ‘The Wilmington:’ A liquid ode to Delaware’s largest city

The new cocktail uses gin, peach-infused simple syrup, lemon and cinnamon.

Eat, drink and be merry: Restaurants dispense holiday cheer

Take out or dine/drink in, Delaware's restaurants offer a tray full of merry options to celebrate the season.

Brewers hail bill that would let them own 5 Del. brewpubs instead of 3

Proposed bills would allow breweries to grow in Delaware rather than seeking locations in surrounding states, and to make and sell hard seltzer.

Iron Hill best-selling beer available at Delaware retailers

Four IPA brands, including Philly Phavorite IPA, from the popular regional brewery and restaurant chain hit the shelves this week

Happy Coffee Day. Want yours dripped, cold brewed, pressed, cold or hot?

In the nearly 50 years since the patent for Mr. Coffee was approved, coffee has kept pace with popular culture. Indeed, the global affection for a good cup of Joe led to the first International Coffee Day on Oct....

Greek Festival’s encore this week offers comfort food to go

The Holy Trinity Greek Festival will get an mini-encore this week, focused solely on comfort food. “Obviously it’s good for the church, but mostly it’s about a great deal of demand,” said George Rassias, president of the parish council. The...

Beach bars will be allowed to reopen for Labor Day; inspections target Newark

Delaware beach-area bars that were asked to close for the Fourth of July weekend because of an outbreak of COVID-19 will be allowed to reopen for Labor Day. The patrons must have a reservation, they must order food and they...

Virtual Vino: COVID-19 hasn’t put a damper on wine dinners

At 6:30 p.m. on a warm summer evening, Caffe Gelato’s customers sat down to a five-course dinner—complete with thoughtfully paired wines—and a show.  The event featured Fred Dame with Daou Vineyards in Paso Robles, California.  Just another wine dinner? Hardly. Caffe Gelato...

Dine on Delaware: Curbside Wilmington expands to Trolley Square

Curbside Wilmington worked so well to drive diners to Market Street restaurants that the city is launching Dine on Delaware for Trolley Square. This Delaware means Delaware Avenue. The effort to support restaurants starts Friday, and will shut down parts of...
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Earth Day group says no to offshore wind

Part of the group on Thursday wanted the project banned; the others wanted it moved further from shore.

Fur Baby heads into second decade with new building, services and lots of happy dogs

The business has moved into a new building bought in December 2019 and expected to open four months later. The pandemic didn't allow that.

DelTech’s Wilkins wins 100th game as softball head coach

    Delaware Technical Community College softball season's  14-2  recording includes Head Coach Guy Wilkins his 100th career victory, which came on April 10. “When you have...
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