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November 7th — 14th 2015

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BBC Tavern and Grill

Address: 4019 Kennett Pike
Greenville, DE 19807
Phone: (302) 655‑3785
Website: www​.bbc​tav​er​nand​grill​.com
# of taps: 16
Late Night Menu: Yes
Executive Chef: Emilio Rodriguez
Type of Cuisine: Contemporary American and Seafood
Days Open: Mon-Sun, 11:30am-1am • Sunday Brunch: 11am-3pm

Buckley's Tavern

Address: 5812 Kennett Pike
Centreville, DE 19807
Phone: (302) 656‑9776
Website: www​.buck​leystavern​.com
# of taps: *
Late Night Menu: Yes
Executive Chef: Tom Hannum
Type of Cuisine: Traditional American
Days Open: Mon-Sat, 11am-11pm • Sunday, 10am-11pm

Chelsea Tavern

Address: 821 North Market Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
Phone: 302–482-3333
Website: http://​www​.chelseatavern​.com/
# of taps: 31
Late Night Menu: Yes
Executive Chef: Dominic Fauser
Type of Cuisine: Gastro Pub, Contemporary American, Comfort Food with a Twist
Days Open: Monday to Sunday

Columbus Inn

Address: 2216 Pennsylvania Avenue
Wilmington, DE 19806–2444
Phone: (302) 571‑1492
Website: http://​www​.colum​businn​.net/
# of taps: 8
Late Night Menu: Yes
Executive Chef: Ross Essner
Type of Cuisine: American, Continental
Days Open: Monday-Saturday Dinner 5pm-9pm, Monday-Friday Lunch 11:30am-3pm,
Sunday Brunch 10am-2pm

Dead Presidents Pub & Restaurant

Address: 618 North Union Street
Wilmington, DE 19805
Phone: (302) 652‑7737
Website: http://​www​.dead​pres​i​dentspub​.com/
# of taps: 10 ( 59 bot­tled beers )
Late Night: Yes
Executive Chef: Dan Robinson
Type of Cuisine: Traditional American / Pub
Days Open: Everyday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.

Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

Address: 710 Justison Street
(Formerly known as 710 South Madison Street)
Wilmington, Delaware 19801
Phone: (302) 472‑2739
Fax: (302) 472‑2750
Website: http://​www​.iron​hill​brewery​.com/​w​i​l​m​ington/
# of taps: 12 — 15 (depends on sea­sonal)
Late Night Menu: Yes
Executive Chef: David Foster
Head Brewer: Justin Sproul
Type of Cuisine: Contemporary American / informal New American cui­sine
Days Open: Monday to Sunday –11 a.m. to close

Kid Shelleen's Charcoal House

Address: 1801 W. 14th St.
Wilmington, DE 19806
Phone: (302) 658‑4600
Website: www​.kid​shelleens​.com/
# of taps: 10
Late Night Menu: Yes
Executive Chef: David Banks
Type of Cuisine: American Traditional
Days Open: Mon-Sat: 11am – 1 am
Sun: 10 am – 1am

Piccolina Toscana

Address: 1412 N Dupont St.
Wilmington, DE 19806
Phone: (302) 654‑8001
Website: http://​www​.pic​col​i​natoscana​.com/
Days Open: Monday to Sunday

Pizza By Elizabeths

Address: 3801 Kennett Pike,
Wilmington, DE 19807
Phone: (302) 654‑4478
Website: http://​www​.piz​z​abyeliz​a​beths​.com/
Days Open: Monday to Sunday

Trolley Tap House

Address: 1616 Delaware Ave
Wilmington, DE 19806
Phone: (302) 652‑2255
Website: https://​www​.face​book​.com/​t​r​o​l​l​e​y​t​aphouse
Days Open: Monday to Sunday

Two Stones Pub

Address: 2502 Foulk Road
Wilmington, DE 19805
Phone: (302) 429‑3231
Website: www​.two​s​tone​spub​.com
# of taps: 32
Late Night Menu: Yes
Executive Chef: Christopher Meyer
Type of Cuisine: Contemporary American, Gastro pub
Days Open: Mon-Sat, 11am-1pm • Sun, 10am-11pm

World Café Live at the Queen

Address: 500 North Market Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
Phone: (302) 994‑1400
Website: http://​www​.world​cafe​live​.com
# of taps: 25
Late Night Menu: Abbreviated menu for after 10 pm
Executive Chef: Joe Deamer
Type of Cuisine: American, Gastro Pub
Days Open: Monday to Saturday

Washington Street Ale House

Address: 1206 North Washington Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
Phone: (302) 658‑2537
Website: http://​www​.wsale​house​.com/
# of taps: 24
Late Night Menu: Yes
Executive Chef: Jamie Campbell
Type of Cuisine: American Cuisine
Days Open: Monday to Sunday




Crafts Are King | Wilmington primed for fifth annual cel­e­bra­tion

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.

Participating venues are BBC Tavern and Grill, Buckley’s Tavern, Chelsea Tavern, Columbus Inn, Dead Presidents Pub, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, Kid Shelleen’s Charcoal House, Piccolina Toscana, Pizza By Elizabeths, Trolley Tap House, Two Stones Pub, World Café Live at The Queen and Washington Street Ale House.

In addi­tion to fea­turing events spe­cific to their restau­rant, the venues will offer a Beer Week Flight Special, enti­tling guests to sample three dif­ferent craft beers for a set price. Costs are deter­mined by the venue and reser­va­tions are required for some spe­cial events.

Events run the gamut. Pizza By Elizabeths will host a spe­cial WBW Kick-Off Beer Dinner on Thursday, Nov. 5, fea­turing its own Frozen Toes Brewing as well Fordham-Old Dominion Brewery. Chelsea Tavern is fea­turing Dogfish Head’s Ancient Beer Series on Nov. 10 with a spe­cial book signing by beer his­to­rian John Medkeff, Jr. And Iron Hill is spicing things up with a Hops and Hot Wings on Friday, Nov. 13.

“We’re pairing four awe­some IPAs from our head brewer Justin Sproul’s favorite brew­eries and four styles of hot wings from Chef Dave Foster,” says Brian Finn, senior head brewer at Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant.

Kid Shelleen’s Charcoal House will be doing a Brooklyn Tap Attack fea­turing seven of the famous New York brewery’s cre­ations on tap. World Café Live is offering flight spe­cials high­lighting Raven Brewery’s The Cask, 2SP’s Belgian Amber, Dogfish’s Midas Touch and Mispillion’s Not Today Satin IPA. And look for 2SP brewer Bob Barrar’s award-winning Russian Stout to be fea­tured at Two Stones Pub.

“Unfortunately we can all get caught up in the day-to-day ways of life,” says Dead Presidents’ owner Brian Raughley. “It's nice to have a week just for trying some rare or new beers you might not have the chance or incli­na­tion to otherwise.”

We agree.

Via Out & About | outand​aboutnow​.com