Delaware Restaurant Closings as of Summer 2013

Bye bye, P.U.F.F., Pomodoro, Bistro on the Brandywine and others. You will be missed.

Bistro on the Brandywine in Chadds Ford called it quits in February 2013. We’ll sorely miss the tasty moules frites and friendly BYOB policy.

• The Del Rose Café gave up the ghost in May. A Trolley Square icon, the red gravy spot was known for its chopped antipasto salad. Alas, no more.

• Luca Ristorante, which occupied a former bank in Millsboro, has left the building.

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• The Captain’s Table on the Forgotten Mile in Rehoboth Beach in its old incarnation has set sail. No more old favorites with a choice of two sides—a perk that’s gone the way of the complimentary salad.

• Say goodbye to Top China Buffet in the Graylyn Crest Shopping Center in North Wilmington. But all is not lost. At press time, a sign promised the opening of Kung Fusion Asian Cuisine.

• P.U.F.F. in Greenville, which pioneered gourmet to-go 30 years ago, went poof in January. The website promises a cookbook. Eventually, you’ll be able to do it yourself instead of picking it up to go.

• Pomodoro Restaurant in Wilmington’s Little Italy has served its last plate of pasta. The restaurant closed.

• Coldstone Creamery on Del. 1 in Rehoboth Beach has been put on ice. (There is still one in downtown Rehoboth.)

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