Historically, Upper Chichester, Pennsylvania, supported local shipbuilding in Marcus Hook and traded goods via the Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore Railroad. The community's Greek, Chinese, and Italian cuisines are well-established. You can create your own breakfast or lunch from hundreds of a la carte menu items in the area's historic restaurants. Chinese garden salads are a refreshing change of pace. Mandarin oranges, carrots, pineapple, and fresh coconut on a bed of lettuce will delight the palate. Chichester bars and grills sell Littleneck steamed clams, a local favorite. They also serve up specialty hamburgers, turkey, and ham sandwiches or wraps with a variety of local beers along with an assortment of domestic red and white wines.