There’s no doubt that 2022 was a year filled with new beginnings in the First State. From brand-new restaurants and businesses to developing neighborhoods, Delaware saw plenty of change throughout last year. As we look forward to what 2023 has in store, we also look back on the moments Delawareans loved the most. Here are Delaware Today’s top stories that readers came back to time and again throughout 2022.
From longstanding classics like Klondike Kate’s and Deer Park Tavern to instant favorites like The Peach Blossom Eatery and Hamilton’s on Main, these restaurants are worth the trip to Newark’s main street.
In a state that prides itself on coastal dining, and one that shares a border with Maryland, it comes as no surprise that Delaware residents love their crabs! Did your favorite crab shack make the list?
With growing mainstream interest in the metaphysical, Delaware’s own witchy woman was sure to make an appearance in our top 10 of 2022. Between Mandie’s Full Moon Gatherings and the many metaphysical shops around the First State, those curious about magic and spiritualism have plenty of resources to learn more.
Delawareans love their local history. Folklore and spooky stories are no exception! Learn about a handful of haunted Delaware locations, some of which offer ghost tours and spooky fun all year round.
At the beginning of 2022, Delawareans were anticipating these six new eateries. Which ones have you tried?
Coastal Delaware is filled with gorgeous coastal architecture. This extravagant Rehoboth Beach home turned plenty of heads in 2022.
The appearance of this tribute at number four speaks volumes about how much Dr. Terrance Newton impacted his community. The feature walks readers through a bit of the life and legacy of a man who shaped the lives of many young Delawareans.
You can thank our proximity to Philadelphia for this one. Most Delaware natives have developed a taste for a good cheesesteak, but not everyone wants to make the trek into the city. Luckily, there are some great options here in the First State.
From hidden gems and artsy villages to luxury 55+ communities with upscale amenities, these neighborhoods caught the eye of prospective buyers all around Delaware.
As the first state to ratify the United States Constitution, it makes perfect sense that Delaware still loves a patriotic celebration over 200 years later. Coming in at number one for the year, this story shows just how much readers across the First State wanted to know where to get the party started on the Fourth of July.