The Most Charming Small Town in Every State
Filled with history, this riverside Delaware town established in 1651 boasts a self-described “Colonial chic” vibe with cobblestone streets, shops, restaurants, and historic homes and gardens. The site where William Penn landed in the New World, it’s also the city where Delaware voted to be independent from Pennsylvania. Top eats include shepherd’s pie at Jessop’s Tavern, Andouille meatloaf at Nora Lee’s French Quarter Bistro, and grown-up PB&Js at Penn’s Place.
By Lyn Mettler
July 3, 2018