Po’ Boys Creole and Fresh Catch

900 Palmer St
Milton, 19968
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Just had amazing dinner Staff attentive and helpful Food delicious - we had jambalaya- every bite had something delicious in it-portion big, but ate it all anyway Get a reservation- Congratulations to the owner- it won't be long before he has a new location-he could have done twice the business..or needs to bust out the walls to let more tables in! Great dinner!
This place is AMAZING. It doesn't look like much from the outside. But it was hands down the best po boy I have ever had. Its next to a Mexican grocery store. We may not have noticed it on our own. The owner of the place we rented for the week highly recommended this place. The seafood was incredibly fresh, the service was good, and the wait was reasonable. The owner was really nice he came out and spoke to us. We loved it so much we came back the next day and got carryout for our picnic on the beach. It's on the way to Rehoboth and Lewes. They were flexible with making last minute changes to our orders etc. The price point was good for the value, quality and amount of food we got.
Excellent food! The place is small but the flavors are huge. Always check out the chalkboard for the specials.

(302) 684-0890

Cajun/Creole, Seafood

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The Backyard

211 Broadkill Rd
Milton, 19968
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Presumptious, overpriced for what you get. Mushroom soup served cup size for $ 7, and salty. Crabcakes full of filler and aeoli sauce served on top, instead of on side - so patron can choose for themselves, whether to eat crabcakes with sauce; hence cant taste crab cake absent strong sauce. Handmade fries good.
One of my favorite places to eat in. Although a bit pricey, the food is worth it! The appetizers are fantastic, their entrees are robust and wonderful, and the restaurant itself is friendly and comfortable. On a great day, the backyard is open to eat in!
A hidden secret! Love this place for Breakfast and Lunch. Service and staff are friendly and any wait is well worth it! Great for kids and family and cool evenings under the lights outside. Coffee from Swell Joe and best local bagels. Specials and a season menu keeps it VERY INTERESTING.

(302) 684-3440

American (New), Bakeries

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Broadkill Store

2 S Bay Shore Dr
Milton, 19968
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Perfect doughnuts on weekend mornings. Time it right so you get some warm ones. Dunkin and Krispy Kreme are totally outdone by these fantastic Broadkill Beach store doughnuts. Tuesday mornings there are freshly made cinnamon, sweet, and nut rolls that are equally devine. They also have breakfast sandwiches, deli items, grill items (hot dogs, burgers), ice cream (fresh dipped cones, malts, milkshakes, or novelty ice creams out of the freezer). Plus all the stuff you might need for a day at the beach: sunscreen, towels, beach toys, soda, snacks, fishing gear. All of this bounty topped off by friendly owners who will remember you once you've been in a couple times. But seriously, the doughnuts, not to be missed!
Great for breakfast and lunch. They have everything you could need for a day at the beach. Saturday morning get there EARLY for the homemade Sticky Buns and donuts!!
Right by my family's shore house and everyone seems to love it. Good and cheap breakfast sandwiches and the freshly baked donuts are amazing!

(302) 684-4809

Delis, Sandwiches

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The Kitchen at Paynter’s Mil

16388 Samuel Paynter's Blvd
Milton, 19968
Reviews:
I'd been hearing about this place for a while now, so when I heard about a reception for a local artist whose paintings were on display in the restaurant, we decided to head down. The reception was scheduled from 12 to 3 on a Saturday afternoon, and we got there around 2. It's kinda a weird location - not far enough out of the way to really be out of the way for beach traffic, but just far enough to not be visible. A well kept secret, which is unfortunate for them, because it was actually a nice little place. Would highly recommend as a stop on the way to the beach for a great meal without the crowd. Check the hours, though - I think it's closed on Mondays and possibly Tuesdays. The interior was lovely, and I love restaurants that exhibit actual artwork for sale, rather than whatever crap prints they bought in bulk from Pier One. There was a fireplace, but it looked pretty pristine, so I'm not sure if it was just for looks? The cheese plate looked completely untouched and the place was almost completely empty when we arrived, despite the fact that the reception was two hours underway by then. The artist was nursing a sangria at the bar by herself, so after we browsed around and I availed myself of some grapes and a wedge of brie from the very nice selection of cheeses, we actually just went ahead and sat at the bar and talked with the artist for a while, til the foot traffic picked up as our food was nearly ready. The bartender was friendly and fast, and the specials looked delicious (gazpacho and vichyssoise, plus some other stuff) but I ended up going with a burger and fries. Fries are a separate side item, and when we ordered two orders of them, the bartender was kind enough to give us the heads up that we probably only needed one to split, which was accurate. The food was delicious. They also have a happy hour on Saturdays from 12 to 6. Mostly crap American light beers, but also Yuengling and Guinness for $2.50. If it had been crowded, I think it would have been very loud, due to the hardwood floors and lack of textiles. It was a bit echoey even with the few people who were there. It's a crying shame that it's just a bit out of the way enough that they don't seem to get much business, but it makes it a great place for folks who want great food without a noisy, crowded wait.
I've been here twice and really like it. The chef made me linguine alfredo, which was not even on the menu. Both times the restaurant was basically empty, so they were extremely accommodating. I love the Apple Crisp with ice cream. My mom had corn chowder and the chicken pot pie and loved both. All of the food seems very fresh and they seem to use seasonal ingredients. Basically, I would really like to see some more people here so that these guys stay in business. Good food, good service, and no wait. It's great!
My wife and I visit the Kitchen on a fairly regular basis, normally when we can't decide where to go and don't feel like driving to my son's restaurant outside Bethany. We are locals who dine out regularly. We are always pleased with the food and service at the Kitchen. The selections are somewhat limited but always well done. This is our standby that always delights!

(302) 827-4050

American (New)

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Modern Mixture Too

102 Federal St
Milton, 19968
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What a great little place!! Recommended by a nice lady at Dogfish Head Brewery, we stopped here for lunch after our tour. The fresh guacamole, made right before it came to our table, was amazing!! I had the southwestern chopped salad was great! Aimee made us laugh and kept us entertained the whole time. Nothing better than giving my husband a hard time on his 30th birthday! I only wished we lived closer so we could hang out here all the time!
I can't say enough good things about our experience here. The food, service and atmosphere were all top notch. Stephanie was our server and bartender and she went above and beyond to make us feel comfortable and welcomed. She made us fresh lime juice margaritas with spicy salt on the rim of the glass that made me question my reality. I had to call Neil Degrasse Tyson to make sure the universe was still intact. He didn't answer, but I soon came to and continued to revel in about two more rounds of a drink that would bring Jimmy Buffet to his Hawaiian printed knees. The menu is outstanding and offers great new twists on Hispanic and Latin classics. We shared the nachos which came in an ample portion. I consider myself a nacho expert, with a PhD in cheese studies and I they were so good I blacked out and saw Jim Morrison. I told him about the nachos but he was kind of a hater about it. Anyways, had the Argentinian Burrito. In summary, it was the meatpocalypse of my dreams. We polished off the meal with the chocolate cake. I haven't found a tub big enough to bathe myself in it yet, but I'll let you know when I do. Every second you spend not eating here is a second you will soon regret.
Modern Mixture Too is a great little addition to the town of Milton. I love the atmosphere and food here. Everything I've ordered from the menu is great. Leo, the owner of the franchise, along with the rest of the staff, are always welcoming and very friendly. My only issue would be that the prices of some of the dinner entrees are a little steep for the portions that you get. It's a minor thing, because what you get is always good, but it's something to keep in mind when you head in there for dinner.

(302) 664-1228

American (Traditional)

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King’s Homemade Ice Cream

302 Union St
Milton, 19968
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I've been a happy customer since 1978! Definitely worth a stop. This location is rarely as busy as the Lewes shop, but it's the same ice cream. This trip I tried their new Amber Caramel, made with wort from 16 Mile Brewery. I loved it. Even better with chocolate syrup.
Te ice cream at King's is on par with Breyer's or Häagen Dazs, but with more experimental, unique flavors. Definitely sample the flavors until you find one you really like; I tried the special Amber Caramel and thought it tasted like a candle! The Butter Brickle is nostalgia - inducing but too sweet to do a whole scoop of. I settled on and enjoyed a mix of Dutch Chcolate and Coconut, the latter of which was a teeny freezer-burnt but had lots of real coconut flakes. The shop is cute, has four tables and a bench outside, but bring a sweater because it is freezing inside!
Great little quaint ice cream shop that features Hershey's Ice Cream. Lot's of locals come in and it can get pretty crowded but the service is great, the ice cream is good, and the shop looks like a step back in history. I do a mix of chocolate and toasted coconut.

(302) 694-8900

Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt

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Irish Eyes Pub & Restaurant

105 Union St
Milton, 19968
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Food was way overpriced, and the service was slow. The food was very much below average, and in fact, half of our party didn't even finish most of their meals due to the quality of the food. The fried pickles were overall pretty good, but the Murphy's Melt was pretty disgusting. We will not be going back.
My wife, son, daughter in law, and I went there for dinner last night. We have gone there quite a few times in the past, No More! The food is ok but I ordered an IPA draft the first one was good the second was good until I got to the near the bottom, I looked in the glass and there was something in the bottom of it. I examaned it( a burned paper match stick) and I ask the wait staff to idenify it and she took it to the manager. She came back with what do you want to do? Didn't offer to take it off my bill or anything the manager didn't even come over to say a word. I'm done with this place, the service sucks and the food is so so. If you go there watch out for the old match stick in the glass trick.
Been waiting for 1 1/2 hrs for a kids grilled cheese and kids hotdog. Less than decent burger. Frozen cocktail sauce for good claim strips. Enough said in my opinion.

(302) 684-8889

Pubs, Irish

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Comer Market Bistro

16388 Samuel Paynter Blvd
Milton, 19968
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(302) 645-1414

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Dogfish Head Craft Brewery

6 Cannery Village Ctr
Milton, 19968
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(302) 684-1000

Breweries

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China Wok

128 Broadkill Rd
Milton, 19968
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(302) 684-5525

Chinese

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