Nightclubs and bars in Delaware

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    Domaine Hudson wine bar & eatery: Downtown Wilmington DE is alive!

    by onthegoindel Updated Aug 17, 2007

    Downtown Wilmington, Del., is alive again with many great restaurants, a vibrant business district, and new, chic highrise condos and apartments. After 5 it used to clear out, but now people are lingering, or returning, to downtown to dine out and visit cultural attractions like shows at the Grand Opera House, including the Delaware Symphony and Opera Delaware, movies at Theatre N, and performances at the DuPont Theatre (formerly the Playhouse). The City also sponsors cultural events like Art on the Town and First Night Wilmington (on New Year's Eve).

    Domaine Hudson wine bar & eatery is part of this renaissance. It opened in Nov. 2005 and offers upscale dining -- but, fellas, jackets and ties are NOT required! Get a great wine and food tasting experience here. Choice of small wine pours and small plates make sampling easy, and check out the awesome cheese menu.

    Dress Code: Appropriate dress required (dressy, dress-casual or business casual). Please, out of respect for our other patrons, no beach shorts, flip flops or other super-casual clothes.

    Related to:
    • Business Travel
    • Food and Dining
    • Wine Tasting

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    Delaware Park: If you like to throw quarters into slots....

    by tpangelinan Updated Apr 10, 2003

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    People come from all over (go figure) for this race track and casino.

    Dress Code: From what I saw when I went, pajamas would be OK. Just bring Money $$$ :-)

    From Baltimore, MD
    Follow I-95 North going through Maryland/Delaware Toll Booth
    Follow I-95 to Exit 4B
    Follow Route 7 toward Stanton/Newport
    Go four lights and turn left into Delaware Park

    From The Bay Bridge
    Route 301 North to Middletown (Approximately 40 minutes)
    Route 13 North to Route 1 (Over New Chesapeake Bridge) Approximately 15 minutes
    Follow Route 1 to Christiana (Approximately 5 minutes)
    Route 1 turns into Route 7 past Christiana Mall
    Follow Route 7 toward Stanton/Newport.
    Go four lights and turn left into Delaware Park

    From Washington DC
    Route 301 North to Middletown (Approximately 40 minutes)
    Route 13 North to Route 1 (Over New Chesapeake Bridge) Approximately 15 minutes
    Follow Route 1 to Christiana (Approximately 5 minutes)
    Route 1 turns into Route 7 past Christiana Mall
    Follow Route 7 toward Stanton/Newport.
    Go four lights and turn left into Delaware Park

    From The Philadelphia Airport
    Interstate 95 South to Interstate 495 South
    Interstate 495 will connect again with Interstate 95 South of Wilmington
    Continue South on Interstate 95 to Churchmans Road Exit 4B (First exit on right)
    Keep right and follow straight into Delaware Park (four lights)

    From Camden/Trenton, NJ via Train/Bus
    Septa R3 from W. Trenton to 30th Street Station, Philadelphia
    Septa R2 from Wilmington to Fairplay Station
    At Fairplay Station Use Transportation Phone to contact Delaware Park Shuttle
    OR
    Take DART Downtowner bus to Rodney Square
    Take DART Route 5 bus to Delaware Park

    Related to:
    • Seniors
    • Casino and Gambling

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    Kahunaville: Food not great, but the games are good!

    by tpangelinan Updated Mar 9, 2003

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    Go for dinner, play pool, play one of hundred or so video games. Virtual games, and 8 or 10 movies. Outdoor riverfront deck with live bands and...yes...liquer...BEER...food, did you ever dance with your kids? It feels good!

    Dress Code: Casual, to dress to impress. Depends on what you are going for!

    Related to:
    • Family Travel
    • Road Trip

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  • A few bars are on main street...

    by traveltom Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    A few bars are on main street and just off main street. It's the usual college scene. Grotto's Pizza, The Brickyard, The Stone Balloon, and The Underground are some popular places to go.
    They are just regular college bars with dancing, hanging out, and some live music sometimes.

    Dress Code: Jeans, Khakis, Tshirts, etc.

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