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Tuesday, 01 January 2013 03:54

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Delaware Restaurants: Ágave Mexican Grill and Tequila Bar

Written by Staff, Delaware Today

At Ágave, the tequila flows like the Rio Grande. More than 70 varieties of distilled agave adorn the shelves, which find their way into glasses for sipping, tasting flights and margaritas.

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Friday, 10 June 2011 05:37

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Dining Off the Hook: A New Restaurant by Steve Hagen in Bethany Beach

Written by Super User

Off the Hook has caused much hubbub in Bethany. An hour wait greeted me one weekend night during the off-season, along with everyone else imprudent enough not to reserve a table.

Part of a small retail strip on inland-jutting Garfield Parkway, Hook is the creation of Steve Hagen. A veteran beach chef who grew up on a family farm in Laurel, Hagen seems in-tune acutely with the pulse of this area. In short time, his humble restaurant has incited some big-time response and busy services.

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Wednesday, 09 November 2011 05:23

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Totally Hooked: Just Hooked brings a familiar but delicious formula to Fenwick

Written by Matt Amis

Steve Hagen opened the doors to Off the Hook, his minimalist masterpiece, in June 2010. Blocked into a Bethany Beach strip mall, the restaurant stood out due to its straightforward, almost stark, approach to coastal cuisine. His uber-fresh seafood seemed to soothe and excite diners like an unplugged acoustic concert—stripped down, unembellished and honest.

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Tuesday, 25 June 2013 23:38

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Diner's Digest: Soffrito Italian Grill near Newark receives world honor

Written by Staff, Delaware Online

Soffritto Italian Grill near Newark, owned by Stefania and Giovanni Panza, was voted the most popular Italian restaurant in the world that bears the Ospitalità Italiana seal.

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Friday, 22 April 2011 21:53

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The Culinary Coast: Dos Locos

Written by Staff, Culinary Coast

From its unique Tex-Mex style fajitas, quesadillas, enchiladas and more to its signature Stonegrill Dining Dos Locos in Downtown Rehoboth is one of the most loved Mexican restaurants at the beach. Lively, warm and vibrant, Dos Locos brings out the fun side of its customers (a few of their margaritas don't hurt either). So what are you in the mood for? Chicken? Steak? Lobster? Anything off their menu is sure to please...

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Monday, 30 December 2013 05:04

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Yum! Those things (tacos) at that place (El Dorado)!

Written by Patricia Talorico, The News Journal

There's a growing army of foodies who constantly scout out small, independently owned eateries in hopes that they soon will become "the place." Two food-crazed friends of mine heard about El Dorado's fish and shrimp tacos while waiting in line for baked goodies at Rehoboth's scrumptious Pasqualini's Bakery on Memorial Day weekend.

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Saturday, 26 October 2013 21:17

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Piccolina Toscana: A taste of Italy in Trolley Square

Written by Margie Fishman, The News Journal

One tip for dining at Piccolina Toscana during Delaware Dines Out Restaurant Week: Fight the urge to order every rich, savory dish on the menu. Against our better judgment, my dining companion and I skipped lighter menu options, such as the spinach salad with whiskey-glazed walnuts and the...

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Sunday, 01 December 2013 14:55

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Capers & Lemons: 2013 Best Pasta Dishes

Written by Staff, Delaware Online

2013 Best Pasta Dishes: At Capers & Lemons, dishes such as spaghetti pomodoro and rigatoni Bolognese are solid favorites. But w

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Friday, 01 March 2013 12:44

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Wilmington Restaurant Review: Café Scalessa Reopens on Greenhill Avenue

Written by Matt Amis, DelawareToday

The Italian-American eatery has been a part of the Wilmington restaurant scene from 2002-2011. Now home again in his former spot, Don Scalessa delivers solid Italian fare to returning and new clientele. And yes, the disco ball is still there. Café Scalessa, from its comfy pocket along Greenhill Avenue in Wilmington, offers sheer Italian-American escapism.

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Why we love it? Because it began as a pizza joint and grew into a full-on Italian experience. The pie to try: Braciole & Shrimp Siavolo It's treated with the same care as the gourmet pies, which sport non-traditional toppings, and awesome crust.

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Friday, 01 August 2008 03:23

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Café Napoli Restaurant & Pizzeria: 2009 Best of Delaware: Best Neighborhood Italian Place

Written by Staff, Delaware Today

You can go to Café Napoli for pizza, but you may end up ordering wine and excellent baked ziti or pasta putanesca. The eggplant parmigiana is the real deal, though the top seller is tortellini alla boscaiola (ham and mushroom in a pink cream sauce).

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Tuesday, 15 January 2013 01:27

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Newark Rocks Restaurant Week 2013 - El Diablo Burritos

Written by Mark Nardone, Delaware Today

Downtown Newark's annual Restaurant Week is coming. From Jan. 21 through Jan. 27, the city hosts a culinary celebration to highlight the downtown's diverse restaurants. And it's one of the most affordable restaurant weeks in the state. Special menus at the 19 participating restaurants show off their best. Three tiers of prix fixe meals are offered, with some restaurants offering more than one tier during the week. Friends & Family Fun Meals feeds a group of four for $22.

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Tuesday, 19 June 2012 02:57

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Juliana's Kitchen in Wilmington: Best Peruvian Restaurant in Delaware

Written by Staff, Delaware Today

We really like the fried rices with chicken and beef at Juliana's Kitchen, but we love the seafood, especially the parihuela, a traditional soup with crab, shrimp, scallops, fish, mussels, octopus and squash.

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Monday, 08 August 2011 02:52

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Go Peruvian: Wilmington, Delaware ethnic food at Juliana's Kitchen

Written by Elspeth Misiaszek, Wilmington Restaurant Examiner

Since when did you actually head out for Peruvian food in Wilmington, Del? If the answer is never, it's understandable. The thought of inedibe mint garnish and rotissere guinea pig aren't always the most appetizing. It's just not a culture we often explore. In fact, with a rich Native American heritage, combined with mountainous regions (think Macchu Picchu) you should reconsider participating in this very unique food experience.

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