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.
Things to do in Millsboro
4.5 based on 249 reviews
Fine fare in a casual atmosphere. Family owned and operated for over 7 years, we take great pride in providing homemade, delicious items with excellent service. We offer both daily and weekly specials and Happy Hour at the bar 7 days a week, 4-7pm Monday through Saturday and all day on Sundays. Catering and Take Out are available as well.
Located right on the main street going eastbound through Millsboro, the Blue Water Grill is our go-to spot for lunch and dinner. The service is always good and the menu offers enough variety to keep the interest of repeat customers. There are special chef items every day.
This is not a quiet little spot for intimate dinners but it's a great place to meet friends and to enjoy some good food.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
This quiet, little cafe, tucked away from the street, is a true gem in LongNeck. The menu is extensive, and appeals to all palates. There is extra seating on the patio right outside, and in a small little study within the store. But, Amy, part owner is the true asset! We had had Cuban coffee in our past travels and we presented our dream cup to Amy--within minutes, Amy had developed a cup that was identical to it--and then checked with us later to make sure it was OK!! Awesome!
4 based on 125 reviews
Southern style American food. We offer full service dining, take out, business delivery, private rooms, and off premise catering.
Just passing thru town and stopped in for lunch. The service was good, we were seated right away and our server was great. Our lunch was good with plenty of choices from the menu. The restaurant is clean and neat with a brick accent wall...MoreHi Tracker129 - Thank you for your recent review of the restaurant, we will pass along your feedback about the booths to the owner. Thank you, Kristal [email protected]
4 based on 76 reviews
This is the Best Mexican food is Sussex County. I especially love the deep fried chicken chimichanga. The cheesey sauce they pour over it is so good. Love the chips n salsa with a delicious margarita! Service and atmosphere is always great.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
I'm an ex-NY'er who like many in the tri-state area relocated to tax friendly DE. It's very hard to find good Pizza in my area and I have tried most if not all of the offerings in Long Neck/Millsboro. Vinnie's is the most consistent and most NY style Pizza I have found in close enough proximity to b able to get a take out pie and get it home before it's cold. I haven't tried any of the other fare at this establishment but it's always fairly crowded and the staff is always friendly. It also looks like a NY style Pizzaria a bit cramped with some tables and chairs and a counter where u order. I would have rated it 3 1/2 stars if I was able because though it's good, compared to NY it would b just ok but that's better than driving 4 hours for a pie.
4 based on 65 reviews
If you want good, simple food and at a fair price, this is the place to come. Service is good and it doesn't take too long for the food to come out. Great for the locals looking for comfort food!
4 based on 111 reviews
We went here with family for breakfast one morning, as it was their choice of where to dine. That morning they were offering a breakfast buffet. It was $9.95 for each adult, which did NOT include a beverage. Buffet had items like pancakes, french toast, bacon, sausage, ham, scrambled eggs, home fries, biscuits, gravy, cream chipped beef, grits, cheese cubes, fresh watermelon and fruit salad on it. Most of us decided to get the buffet. One person ordered an omelet and the kids ordered chocolate chip pancakes.
After being seated and given menus, our waitress took our drink order and disappeared. In the meantime, several other waitresses stopped by our table asking IF we had been waited on. They all said they would find our waitress. A good 15 minutes went by before we saw her again.
The buffet was OK. I would not say it was spectacular. Some items were good, others not so good. Pancakes and scrambled eggs were good. French toast was decent, but a tad eggy. Tasted like they used fake butter to make it, so that was a tad disappointing. Ham was really good. First batch of sausage links that came out was good, the second batch was not as good. It tasted gamey. Bacon was terrible...salty and greasy. Some of it was actually burnt. Home fries were bland. Watermelon was not ripe and tasteless. There was a young man who was supposed to be assisting patrons at the buffet, but he wasn't very attentive.
Overall, we had a lackluster experience. We were not real happy with the service. Our waitress left us hanging more than once. Most of the food was average at best. Our other family members love this place, but we just can't get excited about it. We personally would not recommend it.
4 based on 78 reviews
Come for the burgers, nicely cooked-to-order, generously sized and nicely presented ($13). Flatbreads ("pizzas") are called "boxtys" here ($14). Service was friendly, but our server knew almost nothing about the menu (including nothing about the draft beers available, or even how to open a bottle of wine at the table - but, in fairness, maybe we shouldn't have ordered wine in an "Irish" pub?). The bar is small, and the restaurant itself cozy (there's a table for six available inside the former bank's vault, and the old-bank-decor, including its ceiling, is the most interesting design aspect of this place). Street parking is usually easily available.
4 based on 67 reviews
Ocean Grill in London ngNeck is one of the few places you can go any time of day and be guaranteed good diner style food in large quantity. Breakfasts delicious, some of the best soups and reliable good sandwiches, great dinners at reasonable prices. Bar available for wine, beer and mixed drinks. Lots of choices for kids. Not a romantic place to eat but good for families or quick meals.
4 based on 32 reviews
It's an old building, in a drive-thru part of town, and the décor is early yard-sale, but we had a very nice server (who did everything except cook.) She took good care of us while transitioning the place from lunch to dinner. My table all had the grilled cheese sandwich (in various combinations of bread and cheese) with fries and substituted cole slaw instead of the soup. The meal was excellent: no complaints, corrections, or suggestions except that you stop in for a snack and give it a try. It is much better than eating in your car, spilling something on your lap or the carpet, and the food is good.
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