Summary from Google:

Built in 1864, this old tavern by the railroad tracks once saw the likes of Al Capone and Wild Bill Hickok. Kelly’s may still draw a few characters, but now they’re coming for dinner washed down by a cold brew. Located right on Delaware Avenue, it’s a good stop on your way to Brandywine Valley attractions. The menu is varied — hearty sandwiches, wraps, pasta, salmon, and burgers, plus brunch on Sunday. Thai and Cajun seasonings add interest to the usual fare. Live music draws lots of young people Tuesday through Saturday nights.

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