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Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Food & Dining

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.

Flavorful mash-up: Chefs get creative with Thanksgiving dishes

'I’m impressed,' one Facebook wrote under a photo of Grotto's The Gobbler pizza. 'Not enough to eat it, but I’m impressed.'

Sales of Thanksgiving-to-go meals, dishes booming

Faced with stay-at-home orders instead of the smiles of family and friends, people are turning to restaurants pick up holiday dinners, or part of them.

State details COVID case numbers that sparked new restrictions

  State health officials point to COVID-19 case statistics and a map that shows how widespread new cases are as examples of why new restrictions are needed.  That map of Delaware shows not five or six but more than two dozen...

Frustrated restaurant owners brace for another hit with new restrictions

'A lot of us feel like we’ve done everything right, from social distancing to wearing masks to erecting partitions and installing air sanitizers.'

Caffe Gelato is building state’s first greenhouse for dining

Ideally, it will appeal to guests who are wary about indoor dining because of COVID-19 but don’t want to huddle beneath a patio heater.

Restaurants ready for ‘real’ winter with high-tech systems, innovative ideas

Delaware restaurants have added heaters and tenting outside, and air purifiers inside to make customers comfortable with dining out.

As state hints about new COVID restrictions, Carney lifts those on beach bars

Carney spokesman: 'The governor will consider new restrictions if that becomes necessary to reduce the spread, based on advice from public health experts.'
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