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Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Food & Dining

Newark restaurants depend on UD, so what happens when classes go online?

In summer 2019, Greg Vogeley had his hands full. The owner of Drip Café, which started in Hockessin, had a new second location on the edge of the University of Delaware campus.  He was busy serving walk-in customers—including students and...

A touch more Tonic: New name, new menu, new decor, new siblings

During Phase 2 of Delaware’s economic reopening, many restauranteurs hunkered down to weather the coronavirus-related storm. Not Paul Bouchard.  Bouchard is a managing partner with Jamestown Hospitality, which is best known for Tonic Bar & Grille in downtown Wilmington.   Recently, Tonic...

New Juice Joint squeezed dry on opening day

If the owners of Wilmington’s newest juice bar had any question about whether the city’s Riverfront would be a good locale for their business, selling out of product on their opening day was certainly a strong endorsement of their...

Meals for 2 to 4 — or more — are a win for Delaware restaurants and customers

Mickey Donatello never imagined that he’d be selling family-style portions of lasagna and chicken piccata. He opened Corner Bistro in 2003 to serve creative food with a European flair. Picture Niçoise salad, sweet potato gnocchi and steak frites. The Talleyville eatery...
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Take whatever vaccine you are offered, state health officials emphasize

The state will offer single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine at weekend events for older people in Seaford and Delaware City

Wilmington Christian girls move on in tourney by beating Sussex Tech, 57-47

The Warriors will play third seed Sanford in the second round of the tournament Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

They’re baaaackkkkkk. Cicada onslaught is on its way this spring

The cumbersome bugs rarely do much damage, but there will be millions of them per acre.
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