Sausages are great; and Helen's pork chop sandwich is ridiculously large and memorably delicious. Check out decor in the Elvis Room!
Hopkins Farm Creamery is southern Delaware best for the creamiest ice cream around. Flavors we especially like are black raspberry and chocolate banana walnut.
Amish cooking in central Delaware! Highlights of the menu include scrapple, creamed chipped beef and the hot apple dumpling with milk.
The Charcoal Pit is an old-fashioned burger joint that serves a classic mid-century sandwich: a modest patty with a charcoal taste served on a big, spongy bun either plain or in the deluxe configuration, which adds lettuce, tomato and pickle.
The Dog House isn't only about hot dogs. Cheese steak sandwiches are piled high with juicy shaved beef, sweet onions, and goopy cheese. Even the turkey sandwich is made from a real, fresh-roasted turkey. No doubt about it: These are sandwiches worthy of the Culinary Big League of the Delaware Valley, a league in which sandwich making is a fine art.
The Hearth is a great place to eat scrapple, which is the uniquely mid-Atlantic way with pork and cornmeal – ground up, fashioned into a loaf, sliced and griddle-fried until crisp. It is the piggiest pig meat, a real morning oink. We had ours with eggs, toast, and potatoes, and gravy. What a great morning pig-out!