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Delaware's Most Haunted Restaurants & Bars - Enjoy a Dinner with the Dearly Departed at These Haunted Hangouts!

Unlike many of ##Region##'s Most Haunted Locales that are closed to the public, ##Region##'s Haunted Restaurants and Bars are open for business, and welcome haunt seekers to enjoy a meal among the ghosts and ghouls who have chosen to hang around their favorite local haunt indefinitely. Many of ##Region##'s Haunted Restaurants, Taverns, and Eateries have been icons of the community for ages, making them an unsurprising destination for ##Region##'s departed residents. Check out the list below to find out more about the most haunted restaurants, bars, taverns, diners, and other eateries across ##Region##, but be prepared for some unexpected, unworldly company as you dine!
 
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  •   Dead President's Tavern Wilmington, DE
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    At this tavern, visitors have reported hearing laughter at night while closing up the building. Other haunting reports here include objects moved on their own, the temperature dropping suddenly and the feeling of a heavy presence. Some believe the location is haunted by a former visitor to the tavern who died after he slipped and broke his neck there. Read More

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  •   The Governor's Cafe Dover, DE
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    This cafe is housed inside a building that dates back to 1857 and is believed to be haunted. Haunting reports here involve paintings of historic Dover buildings on the cafe walls. Stories say if you look close enough at each painting, you'll be able to see a ghost peeking out of a window. Read More

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  •   Deer Park Tavern Newark, DE
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    This tavern is located on the former site of the St. Patrick's Inn, which burned down. Both Edgar Allan Poe and George Washington were said to have stayed at the inn and according to local legend, Poe cursed the place after slipping in the mud outside. Haunting reports here include unexplained sounds, and doors that open and close on their own. Read More

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  •   David Finney Inn New Castle, DE
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    This location used to operate as a bed and breakfast but is no longer in operation. The inn dates back to the 17th Century and was built across the street from David Finney's father's home, which is now the Amstel House Museum. An underground is said to connect the two residences, and a ghost is believed to haunt both and is rumored to be a family member. The spirit is said to linger... Read More

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  •   Crabby Dick's - Sterling Hotel Delaware City, DE
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    This location operates as Crabby Dick's, a seafood restaurant, and dates back to 1830. The restaurant is said to be home to something eerie, which witnesses have confirmed, along with a paranormal investigation that also backed up the claim. Read More

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