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Mexican restaurants, Avondale closure, Thanksgiving in/out

Pam GeorgeCulture, Headlines

  Delaware can’t get enough of Mexican restaurants, or so it seems. Along with the new spots listed below, more are reportedly on the way. And First State families are also eager to reduce Thanksgiving stress. The number of places offering to-go and in-restaurant dining keeps growing, and we’ve added some to the list. New Mexican restaurant rundown Roja & …

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Janvier jewelry store’s stunning mural wows customers

Betsy PriceBusiness, Headlines

Joseph Janvier Jewelers doesn’t go out of its way to call attention to itself — from the outside. The Elsmere business is housed in a nondescript brick building on Kirkwood Highway. Customers walk from a modest parking lot to the front door and press a bell to be admitted. They step in, and their mouths drop open. “Wow” is usually …

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More Mexican restaurants headed to Newark, Dover

Pam GeorgeCulture, Headlines

When it comes to Delaware’s dining scene, there is rarely has a slow news day, and that’s been particularly true this summer.  There are new restaurants in the works, and plenty of opportunities to try new foods. More Mexican In fall, Greg Vogely, owner of two Delaware Drip Café locations, plans to open Roja & Verde Taqueria next to the …

Lydia Croce has salads, soups, wraps and charcuterie boards at Lydia’s Grab & Go Bistro in downtown Rehoboth.

High-quality, quick-service food, from Talleyville to Rehoboth

Pam GeorgeCulture, Headlines

There’s good news for Delaware diners who want more high-quality, quick-service options. Several eateries have recently opened or are preparing to open. For instance, Lydia’s Grab & Go Bistro now serves salads, soups, wraps and charcuterie boards in The Shops at Baltimore Commons in downtown Rehoboth Beach. Lydia Croce previously worked at Big Fish Grill and Atlantic Social in the Rehoboth area. With items …

TSD Review March 30

Town Square LIVE Weekly Review – Mar. 30, 2023

Sonja FreyTown Square Live, Weekly Review

Click on the image below to view the PDF This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Community Drip Café celebrates 10 years in Hockessin SALSTHON smashes fundraising goal: $243,791 to help children Veolia asks customers for help in finding lead service lines Business Delaware Lottery to allow debit cards, add drawing next year Women-led Compact Membrane honored for carbon capture work Food …

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Drip Café celebrates 10 years in Hockessin

Pam GeorgeCulture, Headlines

A lot has happened since April 22, 2013, when Greg Vogeley opened Drip Café in Hockessin. He expanded the Lantana Square Shopping Center eatery twice and opened a second location in Newark. “Hockessin is my baby, and Newark is my pride and joy,” he said. He also started roasting his own coffee, and more recently, he signed a lease for a new concept. That’s …

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Food takeout, delivery still strong, but comes with cost

Pam GeorgeCulture, Headlines

During the pandemic’s peak, restaurant takeout soared. Partly, that’s because it was the only option in spring 2020. However, more than a few consumers still haven’t dined inside, and others have grown accustomed to the convenience of taking dinner home or having it delivered. As a result, takeout is still trending. However, the demand can stress the kitchen, which is …