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Docklands Riverfront

Perfect For:Sports!Live Music

$$$$

110 West St, Wilmington
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There are a handful of spots where you can drink and eat along the waterfront in Wilmington, but Docklands is our favorite. That’s because it’s the only option where you might find yourself eating shrimp tacos one minute and dancing to an early-2000s cover band the next. The menu is broad and crowd-pleasing, but the real appeal here is the live music and outdoor dancing setup that stays busy until last call. Inside is more of a lounge atmosphere, with comfy couches and tables.

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