When patrons step up to the self-serve pumps at Berri Yummi, they fill their cups with the tongue-titillating frozen yogurt flavors that earned the title Best Desserts in Delaware Today?s 2011, 2012, and 2013 Best of Delaware. Though it changes daily, the selection often includes flavors such as peanut butter, white chocolate, and mango, many of which are certified kosher and all of which are high in protein, calcium, and live cultures. Diners are charged by weight, not by flavor, so they can mix as many varieties as they?d like before sprinkling them with any of the over 50 toppings. If the endless options overwhelm patrons, they can call their parents for advice in the VIP room or refer to a list of some of Berri Yummi?s tried-and-true favorite combinations.
Fresh! We bake all night so our guests can enjoy the freshest products all day. Over a dozen gourmet coffee flavors, twenty signature muffin varieties, made-to-order egg-white breakfast sandwiches, six delicious soups, two dozen signature sandwiches and the freshest salad choices around. Life is Ruff - We make it better.
The New Castle Farmers Market has over 70 food and non-food vendors. We also have an outdoor flea market selling used merchandise, antiques collectibles and more! Some of our Merchants including Alex's Seafood and BBQ have been in the market for over 50 years! We're open every Friday and Saturday from 9-9 and Sunday 10-6.
Sprawling over six acres, Willey Farms sustains healthy hearts and sates empty stomachs with a bevy of fresh produce and natural foods. Stroll through the market's nursery yard to pick up an 18-inch Otto Luyken cherry laurel shrub ($21.99), great for accenting barren gardens or lackluster car dashboards, or a pot of Knock Out roses ($22.99 for a 3 gal. pot).
In 1989, Jim Kirkpatrick received a winemaking kit from his wife, Carole. At the time, neither Jim nor Carole knew it, but that kit churned out more than just wine—it also produced a dream. When Jim's homemade concoctions were a hit, the couple decided to try their hand at growing their own grapes, and soon moved to a home in Wrightsville surrounded by 3 acres of land.
Just 100 yards from Kreutz Creek, the Kirkpatrick's new location presented the ideal location to expand on Jim's newfound dream. Today, Kreutz Creek Vineyards generates an assortment of red, white, and seasonal varietals. Jim and Carole also use their tranquil grounds to host community events throughout the year, including bonfires and movie nights.