Food & Dining

Local Chef, Long-Time Friend Reunites at Abbott’s

Abbott’s Grill Chef and Owner Kevin Reading announced on Thursday, July 26 the newest addition to his staff, Pastry Chef Andrew Hooven. Mr. Reading and Mr. Hooven have worked together for years, beginning in 1994 with the opening of...

Food Bank Welcomes Robinson

The Food Bank of Delaware has welcomed Chad Robinson as the new director of the Milford Branch. Since 1995 the Food Bank of Delaware has been distributing food throughout the city of Milford, committing to create a community free...

Burgers-n-Beans Serves Classic American Cuisine

Burgers-n-Beans, located at 907 North Dupont Boulevard in the Airpark Plaza, opened its doors this summer offering all the amenities of a classic burger joint combined with a relaxed, casual atmosphere. Business partners Dwight Belcher, Craig Dimes and Bruce...

Farmers’ Markets: Past, Present, Future

By Christy Vanderwende Part I – Getting Started Did you know there are 27 farmers’ markets in the First State? Many are opening this weekend, including the Western Sussex Farmer’s Market in Seaford. They’re popping up everywhere! So, have you visited one yet?...

Chirdon Dreams Of Owning Bakery

By Kristen Gloss Everyone wants to find something they are passionate about and to have a dream.  For Delaware Technical Community College freshman Emily Chirdon, her passion is creating sweets that make those around her just as happy as she...

Downtown Dinner & Theatre July 14

By Steve Twilley Enjoy delicious dining and hilarious live theatre entertainment on Saturday, July 14 when Second Street Players’ presents an evening of Dinner&Theatre. The special combination package features a buffet dinner at downtown Milford’s Georgia House, followed by Second...

Spontaneous Invention Plays Abbott’s Jazz Dinner

Abbott’s Grill is continuing their Jazz Dinner Series on Friday, June 22 featuring Dave Schiff and the Spontaneous Invention (Dave Schiff, Joe Holt, Mike McShane). Inspired by the Supper Clubs of the 1940?s and 50?s, the Jazz Series is...

Big Is Better Photo Exhibit Joins Abbott’s

The Big is Better Exhibit of Fine Art Photography held its opening reception at Abbott’s Grill on Friday, June 1. The exhibit featured photography by artists including Kevin Fleming, April Abel, Bob Connelly and Pamela Bieler and can be...

DE Wine & Ale Trail Celebrated At Abbott’s

On Wednesday, May 23 Delaware Tourism held a tweetup event to celebrate the enhancement of the Delaware Wine and Ale Trail at Abbott’s Grill. Since launching the popular Wine and Ale Trail in 2010, Delaware Tourism has since included...

Meding Recognized for Volunteer Leadership

State Rep. Jack Peterman recently congratulated Anne Meding for her volunteer efforts assisting area residents.  Mrs. Meding was singled out for special recognition by the Calvary United Methodist Church Women for her work on behalf of the congregation and...
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