The Delaware Restaurant Association worries that new restrictions such as lowered occupancy could devastate the industry and force many businesses to shutter.
The Food Bank of Delaware's Tim Hunter offers up some creative tips.
Hotel Du Pont’s pastry chef, Leah Steinberger, dishes on her sweet inspirations, plus two treats you can whip up this holiday season.
Head to Delaware's coast for top-notch holiday cooking.
Blitzen in downtown Wilmington will look different this year with more space and COVID-19 precautions, but the same holiday cheer.
Thinking of ditching your kitchen for a restaurant this year? From dine-in to pickup, these local eateries have your Thanksgiving dinner covered.
Delaware's culinary experts dish on what they serve on their Thanksgiving tables, and how you can add it to your own spread.
From the perfect turkey brine to local takes on classic dishes, elevate your holiday meal with the help of local culinary experts.
The popular Lewes restaurant will be taking over Jake’s Seafood House on Route 1.
The Italian eatery in Wilmington is celebrating its two year anniversary with some updates.
Pit Daddy’s BBQ is taking over the previous location of Charlie's Ice Cream and Water Ice.
The gourmet grocer expands with a full-service eatery amid COVID-19 complications.
The Wilmington restaurant's owner, Abundancechild Xi-El, says her passion lies in "the alchemy of using plants in creating works of art that satisfy the palate."
Discover’s Eat It Forward program awards coronavirus prize money to Black-owned businesses across the country.
The French brasserie recently opened in Wilmington for indoor dining, outdoor dining and takeout—and soon a new brunch menu will be added to the rotation.
If you’re looking to drink with friends for a good cause this weekend, OktoBEER Fest in Wilmington has got you covered.
Here's how the Wilmington eatery's new executive chef, Dwain Kalup, is reinventing the plate—and how 'dining out' is done during the pandemic.
Chef Danio Somoza-Angel is upping the food truck game with Coastline Craft Kitchen.
Go Vegan will offer soul food but with a plant-based twist.
The food hall, which has been closed since March due to COVID-19, will reopen with a new online ordering system for takeout or dine in.