Wilmington Restaurants Returning To Dining Service Next Week

Updated May 30, 2020
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With Phase One of Reopening Delaware’s economy beginning next Monday, a number of Wilmington restaurants have announced the re-establishment of their dine-in services. 

The eateries will only operate at 30% fire code capacity and have a number of health and cleaning procedures set in place to keep staff and patrons safe such as:

  • Wearing cloth face coverings at all times, except for customers seated at a table to eat or drink.
  • Tables and booths spaced at least six feet apart from each other and disinfected in between each party.
  • Reservations are required to sit down in the facility, and take out will be adapted to curbside pickup. 

A complete list of guidelines can be found here

The following Wilmington restaurants will be opening next week. 

Monday, June 1:

Big Fish Grill– Reservations can be made by emailing Robert@bigfishgrill.com or by calling 302.652.3474 Wednesday-Sunday between 12pm-5pm.

Cafe Verdi– Reservations can be made by phone at 302-656-5411. 

Catherine Rooney’s– Reservations can be made by phone at 302-654-9700. 

Del Pez Mexican Gastropub– Reservations can be made via OpenTable on their website or by phone at 302-691-7974. 

Docklands Riverfront– Reservations can be made via RESY on their website.  

Piccolina Toscana– Reservations can be made via OpenTable on their website. 

 

Tuesday, June 2:

Farmer and the Crow– Reservations available via RESY on their website. 

Mikimotos– Reservations can be made by emailing rory@mikimotos.com or calling 302.656.8638 between 12pm-5pm Tuesday-Sunday.

Trolley Square Oyster HouseReservations can be made by emailing erik@trolleysquareoysterhouse.com or by calling 302.384.7310 Wednesday-Sunday between 12pm-5pm.

Washington Street Ale House– Reservations can be made by emailing michael@wsalehouse.com or calling 302.658.2537 between 12pm-5pm Tuesday-Sunday.

Thursday, June 4:

La Fia– Reservations available via OpenTable on their website

 

This is a running list. We will try to keep this as up to date as possible. 

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