Leipsic

Step into Relaxed Creek-Side Living

A verdant rural community, Leipsic was first home to a thriving farming economy in Delaware that included trapping, oystering, fishing and canning. Leipsic’s relaxed location by the water has helped the town become a popular spot for fishermen and crabbers, and a quintessential spot for quiet living along the water.

 

When it’s time to socialize, residents and visitors can be found at the popular restaurant Sambo’s, a must-visit destination that features fresh seafood caught locally. Many Leipsic residents have homes that face its creek, making them gorgeously picturesque subjecs for artists.

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Delaware Bayshore Byway

Delaware Bayshore Byway

The Bayshore Byway in Kent County boarders the Delaware Bay and is commonly known as State Route 9 throughout most of the corridor. Other byway roads…

Papi Joe’s Cafe

Papi Joe’s Cafe

Military, Law Enforcement, and Firefighters get 20% off orders $10.00 or more!!! There's a wide variety of food for prices you just can't beat! We take…

Sambo’s Tavern

Sambo’s Tavern

Seasonal tavern on the Leipsic River founded years ago by Samuel "Sambo" Burrows. Steamed crabs, sandwiches, & seafood. Patrons must be 21 or older.

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