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Delaware beach town praised for incredible food

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Visiting the beach in Delaware is a fantastic experience, but what makes it even better is the great food. One beach town in Delaware is praised by travel experts for its incredible food, and that should make you want to head there even more. If you're like me, a day at the beach includes sunbathing, possibly swimming, and always eating, so good food is always an important part of a beach trip.

Delaware beach town known for incredible food

The travel experts at Islands.com have researched the best beach towns in Delaware and have some great things to say about one particular place. The cool thing is that not only do they say that this beach town is a great place to find incredible food, but they also say that it is a very family-friendly beach town. Of course, this is also a top-notch beach town if you just want to be there alone or with your partner or friends. Either way, food is an important part of any vacation, so a beach town with particularly good food is a real showstopper.

So which Delaware beach town gets praised for its incredible food? It's the quaint seaside town of Bethany Beach. Islands.com raves about the town, saying that this place isn't too touristy and instead offers real, authentic food, especially seafood. They recommend trying Off the Hook, a “chic farm-to-table restaurant in a crisp white space with a modern, seafood-focused menu (they had us won over with grilled swordfish with Moroccan spices).” They also recommend Bluecoast Seafood Grill, which has won the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence seven times. Bluecoast Seafood Grill's menu manages to be “both creative and classic, with dishes ranging from clam chowder to baked oysters with Brie to the house specialty, fried baby lobsters with spicy mayo, served in an artful beachfront dining room or on a charming patio,” they note. I love eating well during my beach time, so I'll be trying one of these places next time I'm in the area. Islands.com points out that the historic boardwalk and neighboring downtown streets are home to nostalgic shops that kids will love, including shops that have been around for nearly a century. Kids can find candy, ice cream, fudge, taffy, and more. You really can't ask for anything better from a tasty beach trip.

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