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Delaware eats between Laurel and Middletown?

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travelmad478 Apr 10, 2010 11:24 AM

After a canoe trip at Trap Pond State Park, we'll be driving back up to Wilmington in the late afternoon. If there's someplace worthwhile to eat dinner along the way, I'd love to hear about it. Normally I would make a beeline for Sambo's, but unfortunately one member of our party is allergic to shellfish so that's a no go. We might be looking a little scraggly after the canoeing, so no fine dining, but other than that, anything goes!

The only thing I can remember hearing about is Jimmy's in Bridgeville--just wondering if that is really worth a stop or if it's just all about cheap food and big portions?

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    Lewes RE: travelmad478 Apr 11, 2010 06:42 PM

    Jimmy's does chicken 20 different ways and otherwise is nothing special. If the weekend, check out the amazing BBQ chicken at the firehall in Greenwood.

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      consaacs RE: travelmad478 May 29, 2010 11:45 PM

      Yes,Jimmy's is big menu and big portions. That's about it.

      If you brought clean clothes to change into (not spiffy, just clean), you might want to drive over from Harrington to Milford and try out Abbott's Grill in downtown Milford. Upscale, it has taken over a corner spot in a 1960's strip shopping center. We had a great meal there while back home during the winter holidays. It may have some connection to Nage in Rehoboth and DC.

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