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Food & Dining

Newark extends Wednesday alfresco dining into December

Outdoor dining on Newark’s Main Street, which began in June when roadwork had just been completed, has been extended into December. “This just in from Newark's City Council: Alfresco dining is on for the rest of the fall!,” Caffé Gelato...

Bardea at 2: A new menu, plus an outdoor café on way

Bardea Food & Drink in downtown Wilmington turns two years old on Saturday, but owners Scott Stein and Antimo DiMeo aren’t pausing to celebrate just yet. They’re too busy rolling out a new menu, relaunching the family meal program and...

Turkey drive canceled; some seniors to get gift cards

The pandemic has caused a statewide turkey drive to be canceled, founder Norman Oliver said today. “Due to the COVID-19 virus, Food Lion, Nor Enterprises/Our Youth Inc. and Multiplying Good will be partnering to give out Food Lion gift cards...

Rosenfeld’s Delicatessen is now open in Wilmington

When Warren Rosenfeld was a child in the 1960s, his family often spent Friday evenings at Hofberg’s, a kosher delicatessen in Washington, D.C., where the “famous” sandwiches included corned beef, spiced beef, boiled beef and tongue. On Sunday mornings, the...

Le Cavalier expands to debut its brunch on Sunday

It’s not easy to open a new restaurant in an iconic space like The Green Room in the Hotel du Pont. But neither the naysayers nor a pandemic could stop chef-partner Tyler Akin, who opened Le Cavalier there Sept. 1. While there...

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....

Chefs’ Haven Cafe opened Tuesday in Independence Mall

Long before the coronavirus became a household world, Chef Mark Eastman proved he could pivot. The Schoharie, New York, native has pursued his craft from Saratoga Springs to Philadelphia, where he worked at Brasserie Perrier. He’s cooked for the Grateful...

DECO food hall will reopen Monday with a fancy new to-go system

Want pizza? Or sushi? Maybe a salad bowl? How about chicken and waffles? A cheeseburger? Or only dessert, because -- hey -- it's been that kind of day? Starting Monday, when the downtown Wilmington food hall DECO reopens with a...

Brunch is back at Columbus Inn: A new format for old favorite

  Before the pandemic, brunch at the Columbus Inn was the perfect way to cap a weekend. Friends gathered on the patio to sip a mimosa, or they bellied up to the bar for a Bloody Mary. The buffet was...

More good eats on the streets: Curbside Wilmington expands to Union Street

Wilmington-area residents who want to dine under the stars this holiday weekend now have more options. Beginning tonight, the well-received Curbside Wilmington is expanding to the city’s West Side. Four Union Street eateries — Eclipse, Merengue House, Dead Presidents and...
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