During your next beach trip down the Delaware shore, visit these cool coffee shops for a morning cup of joe or a delicious breakfast.
Whether you prefer to dine in or place a to-go order, romance abounds at the region's beachside eateries this Valentine’s Day.
With its scenic locales, low taxes and friendly neighborhood community, Sussex County is the perfect place for retirees to settle.
The newly opened Seed Eatery offers fresh natural food in a casual environment, and is serving customers through the COVID-19 outbreak.
A Milton couple recently opened a location of the made-to-order donut franchise on Wilmington Avenue in Rehoboth Beach.
Homes in Henlopen Acres—Delaware’s smallest incorporated town—were built according to its founder’s strict architectural guidelines: It must be attractive.
Owner Sam Calagione celebrates the brewery’s milestone with a book of adventures from the last 25 years.
Head to Delaware's coast for top-notch holiday cooking.
Who's excited for the opening of popular Lewes restaurant's newest location at Jake’s Seafood House on Route 1 in Delaware?
The 23rd annual event, happening Nov. 5-15, will offer festival goers the chance to watch films at home or in person amid the coronavirus pandemic.
This year’s annual Sea Witch Festival at the Delaware beaches has been cancelled due to COVID-19, but festivities continue throughout the month of October.
Chef Danio Somoza-Angel is upping the food truck game with Coastline Craft Kitchen.
Take your dining experience outside this season with our guide to the best open-air seating.
Whether you’re a fan of nonfiction, mystery or fantasy, Rehoboth Beach’s Browseabout Books offers plenty to choose from.
Here are the best places to bike, paddle and explore this season, far away from beach crowds.
As the event's official beer sponsor for the sixth consecutive year, the Milton brewery is celebrating with a new brew, virtual happy hour and more.
The Delaware beaches may see more tourism business this fall as visitors rearrange spring and summer vacations due to COVID-19.
The Lewes Yacht Club hosted the first annual event, which saw contestants race from Delaware's coast to Cape May, New Jersey.
From bonfires to water tours, these recurring events get visitors outside at a safe distance through the end of summer.
The Maryland restaurant saw the Delaware beach town as the perfect fit for an expansion.