Drink Your Way Through Delaware On The Margarita Marathon
Are you up for an adults-only kind of adventure in Delaware? Hit the road and head down to Fenwick Island to find Delaware’s Margarita Marathon! Our quietest beach town is hiding a boozy little secret, so bring a designated driver and get ready to enjoy some of the best margaritas in Delaware — and some fabulous First State fare, too!
Delaware’s Margarita Mile is the best way to spend a hot summer day. Click HERE for an interactive map!
All in all, you’ll cover 1.4 miles and have the time of your life — and the best margaritas in Delaware, of course!
If you don’t want to take a trek down to Fenwick Island this year, try visiting 11 Places To Get Tacos That Are Out Of This World Good In Delaware, because you can usually find amazing margaritas side by side with the best tacos in the state.
Best Margaritas In Delaware
Does Delaware have any other food trails?
Do we ever! For a true foodie tour de force, check out the Delaware Culinary Trail, which features over nearly dozen iconic Delaware restaurants, including Deer Park Tavern, Grotto Pizza, Sambo’s Tavern, The Dog House, and Walter’s Steakhouse, and myriad other spots that are sure to tantalize your taste buds! And if you’re into the sweeter size of things, our donut day trip will take you to the most incredible bakeries in the state, all offering next-level versions of this breakfast classic.
What are the best Mexican restaurants in Delaware?
You may not think of Delaware as being a state with many Mexican restaurants, but The First State is actually flush with fabulous Mexican fare! In fact, there is an entire town known for its Mexican cuisine: Georgetown. Otherwise a sleepy, historic colonial town, Georgetown is filled with some of the best Mexican food you’ll find on the east coast. Must-try Mexican restaurants here include Restaurante Mi Laurita, an unassuming little dive with extraordinary tacos and Jalapeno Restaurant, which dishes up the best enchiladas in Delaware!
What are some iconic Delaware foods?
Delaware isn’t known to most outsiders as a food mecca, but it’s truly one of the most underrated places in the country for foodies. With agriculture as one of the top industries and close proximity to fresh seafood along the coast, Delaware is home to some truly iconic dishes! Some must-try dishes in Delaware include Thrasher’s Fries, which are boardwalk fries at their best. Remember, eat them with malt vinegar, not ketchup! Blue crabs are another Delaware must; there’s really nothing quite as tasty as crabs caught right in the Delaware Bay. Pick them yourself at a long table on paper, or enjoy fresh crab cakes from your local shack. Nicola Pizza’s Nic-o-boli is a Reehoboth Beach tradition — it’s fresh pizza dough stuffed with sauce, cheese, and ground beef to create an outrageously tasty meal. And to end things on a sweet note, Dolles Salt Water Taffy truly is the best. The Dolles sign is one of Delaware’s most iconic landmarks, and it’s the taffy that made it famous! Choose from about six billion flavors (give or take), handmade daily, from vanilla and peanut butter to mango and root beer!