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Food & Dining

Outdoor dining blooms at Columbus Inn, where new greenhouses give diners options

The historic Wilmington restaurant plans to purchase one or two greenhouses that can set up to six guests,

Playing cupid: Husband and wife chefs whip up Valentine’s Day delights

The couple known for their SIW dinners is offering special Valentine's meal through SIW and Swigg.

Dine in or take out, Delaware restaurant options abound for Valentine’s Day

The state is now allowing restaurants to fill its dining rooms to 50 percent, and some restaurants are opening on Sunday for celebrations.

Thompson Island Brewing’s IPA lands on another best-of list

Delaware produced 317,328 barrels of craft beer in 2019, making it No. 25 per capita among states for beer production.

UD offers free human resources classes to those in restaurants

The classes are paid for by Delaware's rapid workforce training plan with CARES Act money.

Something to chew on: Newark renews Main Street Alfresco nights starting in March

With restaurants limited to 30 percent capacity indoors, warmer weather and more outdoor dining will be welcome.

Talk of raising minimum wage worries restaurants still reeling from COVID-19

    Restaurateurs are listening with great alarm to state and national talk about raising minimum wage to $15 an hour. Carl Georigi, CEO of the Platinum Dining Group, says that raising minimum wage from $9.25 an hour to $11 by next...

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.

Bill to allow restaurants to continue selling takeout alcohol sails through House committee

Both had been set to expire March 31, and if passed by the General Assembly would expire in March 2022.
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