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Dogfish Head's Analog-A-Go-Go IN Wilmington

A celebration of all-things indie craft and now in its sixth year, Analog-A-Go-Go will be moving to Bellevue State Park near Wilmington to accommodate a lineup that’s bigger and better than ever before! The 2016 event will feature six live bands, a cask beer festival and distillery garden, an artisan marketplace, and tons of great local and food trucks from throughout the Mid-Atlantic region...

Evangelina's Vegan Desserts IN Wilmington

Local musician, baker and civil & animal rights activist Evangelina announced on her blog yesterday that she will be kicking off a new partnership with Drop Squad Kitchen on the Wilmington Riverfront starting mid-February.  

This is not only exciting news for those who have chosen the vegan lifestyle, but also for any sweet tooths out there. Evangelina makes killer kill-less treats. 

We all need to eat to survive. But we also eat for other reasons. For instance, pleasure: we hunger for tasty, savory food. And health: for many, that means fresh, unprocessed ingredients; for some, it means organic or non-GMO foods; for others, it also means vegan. How about eating to support the local economy? That can mean purchasing from local farmers or patronizing non-corporate restaurants owned by neighbors. When we eat out, we usually hope to have a good experience, which could mean fast service, a good atmosphere, or both. Attempting to meet all of these requirements is a tall order for a restaurant, maybe an impossible one...

Thirteen of New Castle County’s top craft beer des­ti­na­tions will be tap­ping the “good stuff” during the fifth annual Wilmington Beer Week, Nov. 7–14. The week­long cel­e­bra­tion will show­case a WBW-record 61 craft brew­eries while fea­turing din­ners, tap takeovers, meet the brewers and more. Delaware brew­eries will be promi­nent in that lineup, so look for the latest cre­ations from 16 Mile, 2SP, Dogfish Head, Evolution, Fordham, Mispillion, Third Wave and Twin Lakes. Top regional brew­eries rep­re­sented include Flying Fish, Heavy Seas, Lancaster, Stoudts, Troegs, Victory and Yards...

After three or four years of slowly building in number and reputation (and a long winter that’s just seen signs of a thaw), the food trucks of Delaware are ready to roll into spring...

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