Southern Delaware Tourism Announces New Culinary Coast™ Website

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Southern Delaware Tourism has expanded their digital footprint by launching a new website focusing solely on the destination’s Culinary Coast™.

Culinary tourism involves visiting destinations to explore the local culture through authentic local food and drink and includes activities like culinary trails, cooking classes, food festivals, food tours, and farm weekends. And, thanks in large part to social media and the universality of phone cameras, it’s booming and showing no signs of slowing down.

The purpose of the new website is to offer this growing travel segment one stop shopping for in-depth information about Southern Delaware’s unique, rich, vibrant, and storied culinary scene in order to encourage visitation and as a tool to assist in travel planning.

The new Culinary Coast™ website links from Southern Delaware Tourism’s main website’s Eat & Drink tab and also has a standalone URL, The website’s content includes restaurant, brewery, winery, and distillery listings; culinary events, classes, and tours; farmers markets, and local specialties. It also showcases a blog that welcomes guest posts from Culinary Coast chefs, restaurateurs, and producers; a “Culinary Coast™ in the news” section; local chef bios; and it will include agritourism and aquaculture components.

Southern Delaware Tourism’s Culinary Coast™ brand tagline is Life Tastes Better Here. People who live or visit here already know that to be true. In recent years, Southern Delaware has become the coastal culinary capital of the Mid-Atlantic for so many reasons: the incredible concentration of fantastic restaurants and award-winning chefs; more than a dozen wineries, distilleries, breweries and a meadery; our booming agriculture industry; its thriving, nationally recognized farmers market culture; and many locally produced specialties. This new website allows Southern Delaware Tourism to more effectively spread the word that Life Tastes Better Here to travel writers and culinary tourists who aren’t yet familiar with our destination. Take a look at the new website at

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