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64 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 16 - January 22, 1998 / Fo.oE.o,,,,, Cape Cuisine dishes up the / see ovR PLV AO  rs WEEK'S CAPE / ANGLERS ROAD, LEWES HARBOR best about local restaurants. L 645-6888 ca, 645-7700 for information. We Deliver! Call 227-FAST Grotto00zza the legendary taste Happy Hour 4.7 Thursday- Monday Dinner from 6 p.m. 226-1999 Open Year Round 234 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach Specializing in Seafood & Steaks Long Neck Rehoboth Beach 945-8900 227-6700 DINED . -k OPEN Friday to Monday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 32B Wilmington Ave. Under Brighton Suites Hotel 226-2960 GOING OUTFOR DINNER? Don't make a move without consulting Cape Cuisine! er/: T, epu/ion a .e eacl for er, local reaood/ Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner L00,00pPo, ,rt Seafood Restaurant,, 4534 Hwy One at Rt. 24 "" (302) 645-9132 5-10 Lunch Served Sat. & Sun. Noon - 5 p.m. 207 Rehoboth Ave. 227-1986 J0ii, I i" .. : -. Siblings Richard Steele, Sand;y Coleman and Mark Steele operate the Lamp Post. The Lamp Post Seafood Restaurant continues its tradition of fine food and good value The Lamp Post Seafood Restaurant, a tradition in the Cape Region since 1969, is offering new ideas in food and continuing its tradition elf good value for diners. Exciting changes are on the horizon for the Lamp Post. Beginning in mid-February, the restaurant will be undergoing extensive renovations, which will include the addition of more seating, new carpeting, new tables, more windows and French doors. The staff of the restaurant hopes to have the reno- vations completed by spring. Current weekday winter breakfast specials cur- rently include the 2 + 2 + 1 special (two pancakes, I two fresh eggs and one link of Kirby & Holioway sausage) for $3.15 on Mondays. Patrons can enjoy two omelets served with a choice of homefries or grits for just $3.95 on Tuesdays. Wednesday's fea- ture is half an order of French toast plus your choice of two eggs or breakfast meat (sausage, scrapple, bacon or ham) for $2.95. Thursdays, enjoy a Sussex Countian breakfast of two eggs, ham, sausage, homefries and toast or biscuits for $2.95. Friday's Short Stack Plus includes a short stack of pancakes plus your choice of two eggs or breakfast meat for only $2.75. The restaurant's SunSet dinners are featured Monday through Friday, 4 to 6 p.m., and are reason- ably priced from $9.95 to $12.95. Dinners include soup, salad, vegetable, bread amd coffee or tea. Favorites such as chicken parme:san, veal cutlet, Delmonico steak (two-thirds of a ptound portion) and the Twin Sea (crab cake and shrrimp combo) are ble. The Lamp Post features slow-roasted and tender prime rib on weekends, and all steaks are U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) choice, hand- cut and trimmed in the kitchen. In addition to flounder, the Lamp Post always features two different types of fresh fish (prepared in an array of ways) on its daily "fresh sheet." Lamp Post specials include all-you-can eat steamed shrimp on Mondays for $14.95 and prime rib dinners for $12.95 on Thursdays. Sunday is Family Day, when the whole crew can enjoy a fresh roasted turkey dinner with all the trimmings for a mere $9.95. In addition, kids can eat for $1 off the children's menu on Sundays after 4 p.m. The Lamp Post's famous seafood buffet is back, featuring a variety of delicious items. The dinner menu also has a selection of burgers, entr6e salads and seafood appetizers and specialties, which are reasonably priced. The grilled chicken Caesar salad features crisp romaine and homemade croutons tossed in a house- prepared dressing, topped with an eight-ounce grilled Delaware chicken breast and liberally topped with fresh, grated locatelli cheese for $7,95. The Steele family and the Lamp Post staff invite you to see why the establishment has been success- ful for so long, and to see how they plan on keeping it that way. The Lamp Post Seafood Restaurant: Midway on Rt. 1" near Rt. 24. Open weekdays from 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. and from 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Fri- day and Saturday. Call 645-9132. .--....,,ll,,mm. O .mml ,um 645-8273 Midway Shopping Center DALLY LUNCH SPECIALS Serving Lunch & Dinner Daily 242, [2ckxlh Avenue. Ichol',th lScdch. D;' 1o071 (3(7/'-'/616 Serving Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner "Where the onby tlnS we otrloo Is the ocean" Located in the award winning, Four Diamond Boardwalk Plaza Hotel, Olive Ave. & the Boardwalk, Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-0615 Open 7 clays a week Celebrate the season with good taste. Call now to book holiday parties! 330 Rehoboth Avenue 227-7451 CIR00 ITM, ROU I t 24 IFrwEN $ & e.llO'nl  NOW OPEN ' LUNCH b DINNER O'1 44-l(ete) I with an ad in Cape Culsinel Call 645-77001 LEWES'S NEWEST PLACE l RI 1 ' ' W64Secd45tlLlwes - u IP-.STAJU & PUB Lunch Dinner Breakfast Saturday and Sunday Voted Best BEER Selection Call for reservations 108 Second St., Lewes 645-2373  - Your - establishment could be fo-turod.E,00,00