This blog post highlighting some of the top food choices in the city is presented by the Dover personal injury attorneys of Schuster Jachetti LLP.

Not only is Dover the county seat of Kent, County, but also holding the title of the second-largest city of the state of Delaware, it boasts some exciting spots for lunch & dinner that are quite worthwhile. As locals to the state of Delaware, our team of experts have had the opportunity to try many different options and they have shared their top ones below!

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McGlynn’s Pub & Restaurant in Dover

McGlynns Pub was established in 1983 when owner Bob Ashby purchased the Drummond Ale House and created a neighborhood restaurant with an Irish pub charm. After many years of successes, their third location finally came to be in Dover, DE in the year 2008.

McGlynns is a favorite place to grab a quick bite to eat or spend the whole evening socializing with friends. Their notorious wrap-around bar makes it easy to talk to the bartenders and keeps things interesting for all.  The kitchen is consistently serving good food in a fun atmosphere and all for a great price. McGlynn’s menu includes burgers, steaks, and roast beef sandwiches along with southwestern dishes and dinner specials. An array of 50 kinds of beer and free happy hour buffet always makes McGlynns The Place To Be when hanging out in Dover. Just about any sports game can be viewed on over 18 TVs, or even better, diners can try their hand at their interactive NTN trivia game.

McGlynn’s relaxed atmosphere possesses a smoke-free policy which includes their outdoor deck for the warmer months and a cozy brick fireplace for the colder months. Lastly, a strong management team, the area’s best bartenders and friendliest wait staff all contribute to McGlynns’ success.

The Countrie Eatery

Established in 1988, the Blue Coat Pancake House opened as a more casual dining option continuing a tradition of great food for which its upscale sister operation — the beloved award-winning Blue Coat Inn — was already immensely popular. The name was eventually updated to the Countrie Eatery to reflect its success at filling the void between fast food and upscale dining establishments.

The Dover family which created and successfully operated the historic Blue Coat Inn for nearly 37 years continues to operate the Countrie Eatery today. The comfortable country atmosphere decorated with cows, pigs, horses, and items of local interest takes you back to a more unhurried time as you relax and enjoy wholesome dishes prepared to order. The “Eatery” continues to use quality ingredients in the preparation of all their plates and at the same time strives to keep their prices reasonable. Children can order from their own menu, and with their varied daily specials as well as a wide selection of luscious desserts — some even sugar free — are assured to satisfy even the pickiest of eaters.

El Nopal Restaurant – 627 W Division Street

The “Nopal” is a cactus-plant and has been an essential element from the earliest times. It is a unique product originating in the Tehuacan Valley of Mexico. It has high nutritious properties and is widely used in the diets of locals to Puebla. Thinking of El Nopal, a plant notorious for being tough on the outside and juicy on its inside, the Restaurant: El Nopal was born, located in the heart of the City of Dover to offer their customers the authentic Mexican flavor and heat that the regional cuisine is now known for.

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