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On Saturday, March 16 Downtown Milford Inc. (DMI) hosted the 3rd Annual Toasting the Town: St. Patrick’s Pub Crawl. A growing tradition for the Milford community, this year the Pub Crawl feature over 10 local businesses as DMI highlighted restaurants, pubs and retail businesses in downtown Milford. Each business featured a sampling of a unique drink or food and celebrated the holiday with a twist that reflected their specific business.

“The 3rd Annual Toasting the Town St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl was a huge success,” stated event organizer Sara Pletcher. “We sold out of all 300 t-shirts and I think participants truly enjoyed themselves. It was awesome to see so many people downtown as well as introduce them to some of Delaware’s wineries and breweries they may never have tried before. It’s a growing event and we look forward to making next year another continued success.”

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The 2013 sponsors include 2nd Street Players (Riverfront Theater), Abbott’s Grille, Dolce, Georgia House, Fur~Baby Boutique & Dog Day Care, MilfordLIVE.com, Milford Tavern and Tax Chicks. Local breweries and wineries featured at these businesses will include Old Dominon and Fordham Brewery, Fenwick Wine Cellars, Nassua Vineyards, Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales and 3rd Wave Brewery.

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