Jessop's Tavern

American, Bar
$ $ $
114 Delaware St (at 2nd St)
New Castle, DE 19720
(302) 322-6111
11:30am - 10:00pm
11:30am - 10:00pm
11:30am - 10:00pm
11:30am - 10:00pm
11:30am - 11:00pm
11:30am - 11:00pm
11:30am - 9:00pm



  • Largest shepards pie ever!
  • Beer battered shrimp and beef sandwich. Portions are large, think about sharing.
  • Everything is tasty! Biggest shepard's pie ever!
  • Best beer selection in New Castle.
  • Jessop's has a great Belgium beer selection and will always have something that you haven't tried. The food is also really good no matter which choice you go with. Just eat before drinking.
  • Fish and chips
  • Killer beer list and friendly service. Will try food next time. Customers told me the food rules
  • The shepard's pie was the best I've ever had. The smokey flavor of the gravy pairs beautifully with berr so I recommend that you explore the draft selection. The fish and chips were also greata
  • Great food and atmosphere!
  • Wow! Great food and drink in a cute town! Belgium beer list goes on for miles. Colonial tavern you dont want to miss.
  • Very authentic tavern, it feels you went back to 19 century. Love the place! Large selection of beers draft and bottle.
  • Great food, music that creates a unique vibe, and the best beer selection on the East Coast (in the U.S... maybe). A must visit!
  • The Swedish meatloaf: Best. Meatloaf. Ever.
  • One of the oldest Taverns in Delaware and the entire U.S. for that matter. There's nothing like it and the food is impeccable. The pilgrim's feast always hits the spot.
  • Meat pies, beer list, soups
  • Fish and chips are great. Fantastic selection of beer.
  • Try the pot pies and the crab dip!! Delicious!!
  • This is our favorite go to spot for mussels! -and the Belgian Beer selection! The building is old, from the 1600's. Notice the wide plank uneven floors and the low ceilings.Historic area - enjoyable.
  • Great food, lots of history. Great artwork and decor - be sure to check it all out on the way to the very adorned restrooms. If you are a local, sign up for their points program.
  • The oldest bar in Delaware. Est. 1724.

Nearby places

202 - 206 Delaware St. (btwn 2nd & 3rd St.)
W. 3rd St. (at South St.)