Millsboro is a town in Sussex County, Delaware. According to Town estimates, the 2018 population is approximately 5,500, and Millsboro's annual population growth rate is around 12%. The Town has the highest growth rate of any municipality in inland Sussex County and issued the 2nd-highest number of residential building permits of any city in the State of Delaware. The Town is part of the Salisbury, Maryland-Delaware Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Restaurants in Millsboro
4.5 based on 59 reviews
If you're looking for something a bit above your average supermarket, then this is the place to shop. Bright store, fresh produce, excellent selection of fresh produce, meats and fish, and a varied product selection. Their staff is extremely helpful. If you ask where a product is located they normally walk you over to the location, rather then tell you where it is located and walk away. There are always adds in the paper and store specials on sale. Closest supermarket to the WEGMAN's standard in southern Delaware.
5 based on 36 reviews
Love this little theater it's a quick in and quick out with easy parking. We're driving into town with all the traffic and go to this little gem. I think I would caution you on is the upstairs seating if you have long legs like me the chairs are fairly tight so I would recommend sitting downstairs.
4.5 based on 71 reviews
Not exaggerating when I say that this course is absolutely magnificent. Lovely, friendly people working there from start to finish. The real treat for the senses was the landscaping on this course - just amazing! Flowers everywhere and all of it, immaculately tended. The course itself was challenging with lots of really unique holes. We found a coupon for $10 off in one of the shore magazines so that was helpful too. I would play this course again in a heartbeat!
4.5 based on 63 reviews
A friend-recommended stop - interesting even for a non-beer drinker (yes!). Good to see people with passion for beer and the sophisticated taste for the nuances of this drink. Small family owned company creates a good small business atmosphere and aura you want to support. Best to go with friends to enjoy the atmosphere.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
We used to visit when they were the Fenwick winery at their old location. This was our first visit to the new winery and location. They still have good wines and slushies. Tastings are $10 for as many wines as you want with a slushie...MoreStephen, Thanks for visiting the new location and giving us a stellar review. We strive to offer the best products and experiences, so hearing you were pleased with both makes us very happy!
4.5 based on 82 reviews
We come here every year, and the shows continue to be outstanding. Rich Bloch does a great job of finding high-quality performers, deft magicians with great patter. They always seem to have a fresh approach; even when doing standard tricks they put new twists on...MoreThank you so much for your feedback, we do strive to bring our audiences the best magical experience possible, keep coming back! Francis Menotti was one of the few magicians who fooled Penn and Teller on Fool Us!
4.5 based on 500 reviews
A couple friends of ours went to the beach for the weekend to have fun and laughter and also to have a few wine tastings... part of our voyage was to Dog Fish Head Brewery.
What a great experience!
The tour of the plant, unless you are a beer enthusiast, can be a little overwhelming, but I enjoyed it and so did my wife.
As part of the tour, you receive four 3oz drinks for free! Two are of their choosing and two that you can pick from any one of their assorted flavors at the time of your visit. We enjoyed a nice lunch and some Hakki sack (which they have multiple areas to play including shuffleboard and horseshoes too )
What a great way to spend afternoon with friends. I highly recommend you take this tour if you’re in the area or if you’re at the beach and it’s raining it’s a great alternative.
If they have it when you go I highly recommend the Blood Orange and Pangaea brews!
4 based on 21 reviews
From the outside you would not expect such an outstanding collection of local and national Native American artifacts. And the two curators were well informed and patiently answered all my questions. I learned a great deal. If you are interested in the history of coastal Delaware and/or Native American culture, this is worth the visit.
5 based on 9 reviews
Located near corn and soybean fields, the Nutter Marvel Carriage Museum is a glorious tribute to rural Sussex County Delaware's past. The tour guide, Rosalie Walls, conveys her love for and dedication to the displays she so affectionately explains. The property includes a
100- year-old church which still holds services; a one-room schoolhouse complete with textbooks; a blacksmith shop; and two railroad freight buildings. The visitor is overwhelmed by the variety and number of horse-drawn carriages on display, and Mrs. Walls is able to give a detailed history of each one. Also on display are objects from yesteryear, such as a player piano that is still in use, dolls and dollhouses, and many, many old photographs of the Georgetown area. Also remarkable is the vast collection of telephone memorabilia which includes every kind of phone and telephone booths. There is no admission fee, but only a donation box. It is easy to be generous after such an enlightening and enthusiastic tour of so many remembrances of things past from such an engaging guide!
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