Dan Butler is a master of reinvention. Piccolina Toscana is his latest restaurant venture stationed in Trolley Square, home to beloved Italian eateries dating back 20 years. Inside an open dessert kitchen, Dan and his staff craft rich Italian specialties including biscotti, tiramisu, and spiced panna cotta with maple-syrup foam; in the regular kitchen, they prepare a rotating menu of artisanal cheeses, seasonal pasta dishes, and housemade and imported salumi. These delectable wares have proven popular and earned praise from local publications, including the News Journal and kisses on the cheek from area grandmothers.
Voted Best of Delaware 2011: Fried Chicken by DelawareToday, Walt's Flavor Crisp Chicken and its Express counterpart earn accolades with a menu of storied fried chicken and southern-style dishes. The two-piece box is packed with a crispy fried chicken thigh and a wing accented with specialty spices and accompanied by a side of fries. The decades-old secret seasoning recipe produces a product akin to what your grandma might make, without requiring you to navigate the laser maze that protects her hut. Though additional items are not included in this Groupon, Walt's also pairs entrees with tasty southern-style sides such as collard greens ($1.65 for a small) and mac 'n' cheese ($1.75 for a small).
Sherm's Catering is your best choice. Our attention to detail, experience, and reliability ensure that your event will be a smashing success, while our food reflects our commitment to exceptional quality. All meals are prepared under the guidance of Chef Sherm and are prepared with a passion for perfection.
The 18-hole golf course at Cavaliers Country Club showcases a challenging mix of open and forest-lined fairways, grueling doglegs, and tricky shots over water. Players vie for the par of 71 by wielding accuracy with the driver into tight lies, avoiding green-side bunkers with the irons, and calibrating their putting strokes on the slick-rolling greens?or they can ignore these obstacles and make a bid for the theoretical never-ending round. Regardless of skill level, head pro Ethan M. Pauxtis helps golfers improve by offering individual lessons and by stocking a pro shop with gear from top-industry brands such as Titleist, Callaway, and Foot Joy.
Neither Henry nor Carol Huffman, the founders of Cheese Chalet, had any idea that their future careers would be in gourmet dairy products when they first married. Henry was teaching Spanish at the University of Delaware when their local cheese shop closed down in 1976. Though the two began joking about opening their own shop, jokes soon turned to discussion, discussion turned to planning, planning turned to knock-knock jokes, and within a few months, the pair officially opened their first shop. Today, with Henry and Carol still at the helm, their staff of seven seasoned employees prepares fresh deli-style takeout meals and catering trays as they maintain the store’s stock of bulk and prepackaged cheeses from around the world.
At Gadaleto's Seafood Market, owner and operator Andy Gadaleto knows a quality catch when he sees it. Since 1945, a member of his family has helmed the market, accumulating a wealth of knowledge on swordfish, lobster, clams, and wild salmon, as well as more than 60 years of vendor relations that helps them acquire fresh products. Four generations later, quality seafood is still a passion for the Gadaleto bunch. On top of daily shipments direct from Florida, Alaska, and Maine, Andy or a family member travels to the freight terminal and wholesale fish market in Philadelphia to pick up other fresh seafood, such as scallops, oysters, and crabs, or swap news of the latest tariffs imposed by the merpeople. Beyond buying and selling sustainable seafood, Andy and the staff happily share their favorite recipes with curious customers.