Delaware restaurants and other businesses have been closed since March 16th due to the pandemic. Most locations were allowed to reopen on a smaller scale on June 1st. Unfortunately, these restaurants and businesses did not make it.

MidiCi The Neapolitan Pizza Company in the Christina Fashion Center

MidiCi wrote to Facebook, “sadly, we must announce today will be our last day open. Given the restaurant mandates put in place by the Delaware government we will not be able to reopen and must close our doors for good. We thank all of our customers who have made the past two years fantastic. But we must say goodbye.”

Gilligan’s Bar & Grill in Milton 

In Lewes, DE, Gilligan’s wrote to Facebook, “The pandemic has caused further financial hardship and it is with much sadness that we are announcing our inability to reopen. Thank you for all the support you have given us.”

De La Coeur, both Wilmington locations

The popular De La Coeur Café et Pâtisserie announced it’s 5 year reign would be coming to end at both Wilmington locations.

Sugarfoot Fine Foods in Wilmington

Owner Anne Day, of Sugarfoot Fine Foods was closing its doors permanently. She did not give a reason.

 Joe’s Crab Shack at the Wilmington Riverfront

After along 17 year term, Joe’s Crab Shack on the Riverfront locked their doors and closed permanently.

V-Trap Kitchen & Lounge in Wilmington

Set in Little Italy, the exclusive vegan restaurant wrote to social media it would be closing its doors.

Mediterranean Grille in Newark

The Mediterranean Grille in Newark wrote to Facebook, “Unfortunately due to Covid 19, we can no longer keep our doors open and will be closing for good.”

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