Thursday, October 21, 2004


On a recent visit to the US in 2003, I was lucky enough to get a job of busboy at the restaurant which is called The Buttery. It is situated in the historic Lewes, the first town in the first state Delaware on the Atlantic Coast. This is a 2-storeyed house buried in verdure with hospitable stairs.
Visiting such a place is an unforgettable way to celebrate a special occasion. Either can find something out of the ordinary, ranging from the exceptional service to the delicious cousine.
The staff is always welcome to offer the every possible and various range of options in order to gain much comfort and pleasure for customers. There are two owners of the restaurant: John Denato and Ted Becker. They are both professionals in sphere of doing this business. This is really their cup of tea. It is hard to overestimate the totally magnificent job of the waiters who are mostly men.
The Buttery continues a tradition of excellence, charm, and exquisite cuisine unsurpassed in the Delaware Beach Area. Its regularly changing menus feature classic American and international favorites as well as the latest innovations in culinary trends under the direction of Chef Gary Papp. The Lunches and dinners consist of unforgettable starters, salads, entrees, appetizers. Wine list is exceptional. It satisfies all the demands of customers.
This establishment is really worth visiting any time. The atmosphere there is incredibly enjoyable especially at dinner time when it is always full of guests. I would advise anyone to eat at the Buttery and appreciate all its advantages.