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Two hotels are under construction along the Wilmington Riverfront. Hyatt Place will have 114 rooms including a bridal suite along with a 4,000-square foot ballroom. Catering will be provided by Big Fish restaurant. Homewood Suites Wilmington will feature 120 extended stay suites. Both hotels are expected to open in 2019 and are located across the street from Chase Center on the Riverfront.


The 96-suite Residence Inn is now open in Downtown Wilmington.


Spring Hill Suites by Marriott is the newest hotel in Newark. The 132-suite hotel is conveniently locat- ed near the University of Delaware’s main campus and Clayton Hall.


The 76ers Fieldhouse is now operational. This 140,000-square foot multi-purpose sports complex and elite youth training facility is located at the foot of the new Christina River Bridge in Wilmington’s Southbridge section. The Fieldhouse is the new home of the Delaware Blue Coats (formerly the 87ers), the 76ers NBA G League team. In addition to a 2,500-seat arena, the facility includes practice basketball courts and a full-size indoor turf soccer field.


A dish from the menu of Farmer and The Cow; photo credit: Moonloop Photography


CONF E R ENCE S T RADE SHOWS


BUS INE S S ME E T INGS Food&Drink


Downtown Wilmington’s Market Street restau- rant scene is booming. The HOTEL DU PONT has completely revamped its Lobby Lounge.


French inspired, elegant but relaxed, Margaux Restaurant recently opened.


La Fia’s owner/proprietor, Bryan Sikora, was a semifinalist for the James Beard Foundation’s Award for “Best Mid-Atlantic Chef” and MERCHANT BAR serves dinner and eclectic, ethic-influenced pub fare with DJs added to the mix on Saturday evenings.


Farmer and The Cow offers a tempting com- bination of burgers, shakes and a sophisticat- ed whiskey bar including an extensive selec- tion of specialty bourbons.


The Stitch House Brewery is now fully opera- tional on Market Street and is a great choice for lunch or a late dinner paired with a brew after a performance at The Grand Opera House or The Queen. Private space is avail- able for groups.


Newly opened in Wilmington DE.CO food hall is a 250-seat restaurant with eight independ- ently operating chefs on the ground floor of the DuPont Building.


We do different.


You’re tired of the same old venues. You want memorable. Engaging. Unique. We do different. The Chase Center’s friendly professionals work with you to create an extraordinary event, down to the last


detail. Everything from versatile meeting, exhibition and networking spaces to special menus, staging, lighting, A/V and tech support to shipping and logistics, free parking, hotel accommodations at the Westin Wilmington (connected to the Chase Center) and more. All, strategically located between Washington, D.C. and NYC. Discover what we do different can do for your next event.


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Walk to restaurants and entertainment


Historical attractions World class hotels


Wilmington, Delaware


Easy access by air, rail or interstate


Master chef on site Turnkey planning Tax-free shopping


Mid-Atlantic­EvEnts Magazine 69


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