Dining out has become one of this country’s favorite pastimes and Delaware chefs are at the forefront of this culinary revolution. With plentiful local produce and fresh and salt water fishing, Delaware offers everything from fresh, local seafood to James Beard-nominated chefs preparing appetizing, flavor-filled fare.
Here, there’s something for every taste, every budget and every member of your family.
For a more community-based experience, Delaware food festivals can be found almost every month of the year throughout the state.
For example, Bridgeville’s Apple Scrapple Festival celebrates the iconic Delaware breakfast meat, while the Middletown Peach Festival hosts an enticing peach pie contest, honoring the official dessert of Delaware.
Reflecting on Delaware’s pluralistic communities, you can also experience a host of international festivals celebrating Greek, Italian, Chinese and German cuisine throughout the year.
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Whether you’re exploring Southern Delaware’s Culinary Coast, driving through the villages of Kent County or strolling through historic Old New Castle, you will have your choice of colonial taverns, classic American cuisine and an abundance of more exotic offerings in Delaware.
We even have a James Beard award-wining brewery, Dogfish Head Brewery, a leader in America’s craft beer revolution.
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