Your friends from Philadelphia going “down the shore” have it wrong.
… on a delicious Bobbie from Capriotti’s.
Outside of Delaware, these celebrities certainly have clout. But if you mention their names around a fellow Delawarean, be prepared for a boastful discourse on what makes them the best of the best.
Our state is small, so everybody assumes you somehow know their friend’s husband’s nursery school teacher.
You never fail to make an appearance at St. Anthony’s Italian Festival, and make it a point to get to Sea Witch Halloween & Fiddler’s Festival, the Polish Festival, the Greek Festival and/or Firefly.
Spoiled by the First State’s lack of sales tax, you raise your eyebrows anytime you make a purchase over the border.
Whether it was for a quick candy bar or a bottle of shampoo, this neighborhood drugstore was a go-to. Although it merged with Walgreens in 2006, you may still hear yourself referring to it by its old name.
And regardless of what year it was, there’s a good chance it was accompanied by tons of food, beer and live music.
No matter how stuffed you were, you could always make room for a shake or sundae. If you were really brave, you tackled the Kitchen Sink dessert with a few of your best buds.