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Chef Robert Lhulier takes on Brandywine Restaurant

Betsy PriceCulture, Headlines

The ability of a restaurant to adapt and thrive is an admirable trait in the post-pandemic era. The hospitality industry must navigate labor shortages, high food prices, evolving diner demands, and soaring credit card fees.  In the past, new restaurants had more time to work out the kinks. No longer. For instance, Wilmington-based Tsionas Management, which owns 2000 Pennsylvania Avenue …

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12 Delaware dishes worthy of trying in 2023

Pam GeorgeCulture, Headlines

As my friends persistently point out, I eat out — a lot. But, hey, it’s part of my job and something my husband and I enjoy doing together. Consider it a hobby. While I’ve had many excellent meals since COVID-19 restaurant restrictions relaxed, some dishes stand out for one reason or another. Some are seasonal, others are specials, and several …

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Food Bank’s Cooking for a Cause showcases Snuff Mill

Pam GeorgeCulture, Headlines

The Food Bank’s Cooking for a Cause is take steps to make sure last year’s online gliltches won’t happen again.   It can be easier to guess Wordle on the first try than to score a table at the new Snuff Mill Restaurant, Butchery & Wine Bar in Brandywine Hundred. The intimate eatery opens reservations to the public a month in …

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Food & fun: Music, games on menu at many Delaware restaurants

Pam GeorgeCulture, Headlines

Shrimpy’s Bar & Grill in Rehoboth has sold out 55 weekends in a row, which the owner credits to singer Bryan Clark performing. Melissa Ferraro is an innate event planner. Credit her tenure as president of Rolling Thunder, a Delaware food truck association. The owner of Outlandish also has Sonora in Newark. But having a bricks-and-mortar location hasn’t changed the need to “put …