Few things are more identifiably American than turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce. Put it on a roll, and you've got Delaware's favorite sub, the Capriotti's Bobbie, world champion in the Washington Post's World Cup of Sandwiches tournament.
We're proud of our Bobbie.
But we're also proud of the other American classics you can dine on while visiting the Greater Wilmington and the Brandywine Valley, from the scrapple sandwiches at Helen's Sausage House to the new American cuisine at celebrated restaurants like Domaine Hudson, Harry's Savoy Grill and La Fia Bistro. And we've got both a homegrown burger place, JAKE'S Wayback, and a homegrown brewery, Iron Hill, that both got their start in the First State before spreading across the region.
And there are few things more American than that.