Delaware February 06, 2018
The 8 Wackiest Restaurants In Delaware Where Dining Is A Blast
Delaware is home to so many unique dining destinations that it can be hard to decide where to go! Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or just want an off-the-wall dinner, these wacky Delaware restaurants all fit the bill. How many have you experienced?
1. Blue Moon, Rehoboth Beach
Blue Moon is one of the finest restaurants in Delaware, and after you dine here, you'll want to stick around for the evening shows. On the weekends, this restaurant comes alive with drag shows, cabarets, and performances that you'll absolutely love.
35 Baltimore Ave, Rehoboth Beach
2. The Backyard, Milton
The Backyard is one of the best warm weather destinations in the state. This everything-from-scratch restaurant takes food and fun seriously. Enjoy yard games like lawn darts and cornhole while you wait for your meal or hang out with your drinks.
211 Broadkill Rd, Milton, DE
3. Saint Georges Country Store
St. George's Country Store is more than just a place to grab some chips and snacks - it's a full fledged music venue and creole restaurant! You can't tell any of that from the outside, but it's always a fun spot to stop.
1 Delaware St, St Georges
4. The Salted Rim, Ocean View
Delaware's only train themed restaurant lets you enjoy margaritas and colorful Mexican food in real, restored rail cars! This is a truly one-of-a-kind experience and kids in particular love The Salted Rim.
27 Atlantic Ave, Ocean View
5. Kaisy's Delights, Rehoboth Beach
Kaiserschmarrn is an Austrian treat that's hard to find in the United States - unless you're in Rehoboth Beach! Don't worry, you can call this tasty pastry a "kaisy." Load up on toppings or keep it simple for breakfast or dessert.
70 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach
6. Crooked Hammock Brewery, Lewes
Crooked Hammock is a lively brewery that offers tasty Delaware dishes and a super casual environment where you can even lounge in a hammock.
36707 Crooked Hammock Way, Lewes
7. Lewinsky's on Clinton, Delaware City
Lewinsky's on Clinton is what happens when political satire and a famous bloody mary bar combine! Join them for Sunday Brunch or any night for one of their award winning burgers, and be sure to take in all of the, uh, artwork on the walls.
92 Clinton St
8. Dogfish Head Brewpub, Rehoboth Beach
Dogfish Head is Delaware's favorite child, and their off-centered brewpub is a great spot to dine and sip on tasty brews. The cheeky decor, creative drink infusions and clever flavor combinations create a one-of-a-kind experience that could only be brought to you by Dogfish.
320 Rehoboth Ave
What’s your favorite Delaware restaurant? If low-key places are more your scene, check out
9 Unassuming Restaurants To Add To Your Delaware Dining Bucket List.