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Food & Dining

Park Cafe opens as ode to Wawaset neighborhood

Park Cafe allows owners Jamestown Hospitality Group to extend reach of their downtown restaurants.

Nicola Pizza preliminary site plan approved for move to Lewes

Nicola Pizza's site plan includes a two-story restaurant, a deck and 144 parking places on its 1.86-acre lot.

Struggling hospitality workers, restaurants get help for the holidays

Association grants, state bonuses provide some much-needed aid for an industry battered by COVID-19

Having Christmas dinner despite COVID? Follow these guidelines, state says

'We’re imploring every Delawarean to think about how they celebrate Christmas this year. We cannot afford to have another surge.'

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.

Despite pandemic, Feast of Seven Fishes is Italian American holiday mainstay

Those who love the holiday tradition still can eat in at several restaurants or opt to takeout o

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.

Delaware restaurants feel weight of latest pandemic restrictions.

Restaurateur Bill Clifton from Georgetown about the new curfew: 'I can’t keep taking blow by blow by blow.'

Delaware’s Frozen Farmer to be featured ‘Shark Tank’ update

Katey Evans' Bridgeville ice cream company is set to appear on a Dec. 11 'pandemic update' version of ABC's popular 'Shark Tank'

Restaurants, Public Health respond to crowded food court photo

Restaurant owners say they want a level playing field, “Somebody has to speak up for us, and it can’t always be Carrie,” one restaurant owner said.
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Mask change doesn’t pass during Monday’s emergency DIAA meeting

The motion's failure means high school sports teams will continue to mask up for spring season.

Lewes entrepreneur turns sea water into artisanal food company

Dave Burris started creating table salt as a hobby before launching Henlopen Sea Salt

Delaware Military Academy vs Smyrna softball photos

Delaware Military Academy vs Smyrna softball photos, DMA won 2-0
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