This Tiny Town Is The Seafood Capital Of Delaware And You’ll Want To Plan A Visit

You know, Maryland and Maine both get a lot of credit in the seafood world. Sure, the Chesapeake Bay is known for delicious crabs and Maine’s lobster rolls are famous, but Delaware has a lot to offer, too! Delaware Bay oysters are some of the best in the world, and the Atlantic Ocean is an amazing place to pick up some wild-caught fish. If you’re ever doubting that Delaware can stand up to any other state in terms of seafood offerings, you’ve got to visit the seafood capital of Delaware.

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