Come inside and take a look at the city's hottest restaurant, featuring our original "Voodoo Bar". It's everyone's favorite spot for the best Creole cookin' north of the Mason-Dixon line. We've brought the Big Easy's best dishes outside of the French Quarter! We'd like to invite you to look around our site, whet your appetite and make plans to bring your friends and come check us out! Be sure to see our Chef's Specials and tour our Menu to get your juices flowing! Let us introduce you to the hometown flavor of the Big Easy by doing what New Orleans is famous for ... Celebrating in Style!
Set in Trolley Square, just down the street from Kelly's Logan House, CR has a double personality on Saturday nights with a DJ in one room and a live rock party going on in another. DJs are featured on Fridays, too, with acoustic music on Thursdays.
Drive down the Kirkwood Highway too fast and you'd likely miss this small pub behind the Astro Shopping Center. It's a comfortable place with lots of locals that occasionally shuts down the parking lot when they've got some big live music going.
Dead Presidents is alive and well as the best hangout bar for friends and regulars. Bartenders know the crowd and what they drink, too! Introduce yourself and find a seat. The decor is "dead presidents" with pictures of same everywhere. The menu is known as one of the best for pub fare — the Chicken Nixon sandwich and Irish Nachos are nominated favorites. Nightly drink specials always.
Friendly Italian restaurant and neighborhood bar with outdoor patio and live acoustic music with no cover charge. Loyal regulars come for the friendly service, relaxed Italian menu and good value — the chopped anti- pasta salad is recommended. On Delaware Ave, Del Rose gets overflow from Kelley's on busy nights. See MySpace page for latest events and drink specials.
Gallucio's draws a slightly older crowd than the throngs who head to Trolley on a Friday night, though the younger crowd will show up when Anthony Gallucio is behind the mic. On a warm summer night, sit on the back deck and grab a pizza and a beer and chat with the locals.
Irish Eyes won Delaware Today's "Best Burgers"and "Best Irish Pub" awards, but there's more reasons to eat there. You have excellent view of Lewes Canal and can listen to live bands on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday; play trivia on Wednesday and hear a DJ on Friday.
One of the major music venues in northern Delaware, J.B. McGinnes (the bar formerly known as Gator's, as you can tell from their web address) attracts some of the biggest name cover bands, but also books a good deal of local original music.
Like wings, cheesesteaks and sports? This is the place for you. Come here to watch all your favorite sports and chow down (with JW's own sauces). They also have live bands on the weekends playing soft and classic rock. This family fun sports bar offers take out and military discounts. Try their Crack Sandwich - their own special cheesesteak with homemade sauce!
Mojo Thirteen is all about the music! With its tagline, "Live original music - Alcohol - Strange people," Mojo Thirteen is Wilmington's music venue for alternative music and audiences. Live performances are scheduled nightly, with open-mic Mondays. Mojo Thirteen burst onto the live music scene as a venue for original music of all types by area and regional bands. Rock? Punk? Psychobilly, acoustic, blues? Yes to all and more! Who's here? Depends on who is playing. Anyone over 21. Some shows require tickets, available for purchase at the bar.
Lots of people head out at night to this casual music joint that alternated DJ dance parties with live music -- with a heavy rotation of local party bands. Go for the happy hour, stay for the music, but don't plan on this being a quiet night out.