The Platinum Dining Group, a Delawarean retail market striving to serve both with their entrées and hospitality has delivered time and again and the Eclipse Bistro is no exception. The Eclipse Bistro is just one of the Platinum Dining Group’s widely popular Wilmington, Delaware restaurants. Eclipse opened to rave reviews in 1996 and has maintained a reputation as a staple Delaware eatery ever since. The secret to their success is in the recipes. A combination of subtle change and elegant simplicity is what separates the Eclipse Bistro from the myriad of other local eating options.


Executive Chef J.D. Morton has been serving up his vision of “new Delaware” dishes for approximately 2 years. The ever subtly changing menu is complete with Morton’s own personal touch. Daily specials range from seasonal inspirations to tried-and-true classics and just about everything in between. This simplistic approach to savory entrées earned Chef Morton a head nod from the James Beard Foundation in the form of a “Rising Star” nomination. Critics and customers alike agree that the Eclipse Bistro is living up to their “one guest at a time” mission statement and exceeding expectations.


Eclipse Bistro in Wilmington, Delaware

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What’s on the Menu?

The Eclipse Restaurant kicks off lunch with modestly priced appetizers that are healthy, light and tasty. Adventurous eaters can dive into creative concoctions such as tuna lettuce wraps and charred eggplant crostini. Those in the mood for more traditional American cuisine can opt for their cheese and meat selection featuring violet mustard or the fan favorite crispy calamari dressed with red chili aioli. Meat lovers will adore the slow roasted pork sandwich and the butcher’s sandwich featuring prosciutto and duck ham. Those seeking a seasonal dish will find the surprisingly clever combination of watermelon and tomato both delicious and refreshing.


Evening dining in the quaint North Union Street eatery offer s a nice assortment of entrées ranging from sandwiches to pasta, from roasted duck to wild Alaskan salmon. Prices cap off around the $30 mark, making Eclipse Bistro an excellent choice as an after office treat or a prelude on the way to a 3-D IMAX movie.


Eclipse Bistro in Wilmington, Delaware

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Directions to the Eclipse Bistro

The acclaimed Eclipse Bistro is located at 1020 N. Union Street Wilmington, DE 19805 just a breezy walk or short drive from your Live, Work, Play abode. From the Residences, make a left onto A Street (Lynn’s Café is on the corner) and then make another left onto S. Walnut St. Follow S. Walnut St. until you reach E. 12th St. and make another left. N. Union Street is about a mile and a half up the road. Make a left onto N. Union St. and continue to the Eclipse Bistro.


The Eclipse Bistro is just one of the four Platinum Dining Group’s eateries located in the area. For information on eating or working in one of their popular locations, contact a Live, Work, Play service representative.


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