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i C p C " " a e UlSlll( MIDWAYSHOPPING CENTER 645-8324 Daily Lunch & Dinner Specials Subs & Cheesesteaks Eat-ln or Take-oat Closed Sundays Famous for Pizza and l C"O"JO lb l . and Spaghetti Ov DOV6H & SAUCES A CHOLESTEROL AND FAT FREE! 8 N. 1st SL, Rehoboth 227-6211 i Resurant and Bar 10 N. First St., Rehobolh - 227-1547 = Buy One Salad, Sandwich or Enrichment, GElr ON1 FREE Weekdays 11:30- 2:30 CLOSEDTUESDAYS Nol mild w other d'unts - Explres2/28 DUGGAN'g AURANT U lIAR "The Friendly Place" NkJhlly Dinner Specials 227.e93ul 404 RehobolhAve. Rehobo GROUND Wed. eight - I/2 pried B.rgers ZERO Buy one entr&e - get one of equal or lesser value free. Bdq fbi# RI 50WUmington Ave., Rehoboth 227-8041 ReservafloesSuggessed 1205 HighwayOne 302 DeweyBeach, DE 227-0669 ..o.. 0 for burgers Takeouts available @1?on Dly 11 oJn. CAPE-GAZETTE; Friday, February 4 - Feb-rku/ry-I0, 1994 - 35 1/2 Price Dinner Entr6es Sun., Tues.- Thum. L.'tOSe & CroWn -IFridayLadlSSeaBulffet - ,.uimclla Brt ull a/l at... Dickinson St. 8 the Bay /I_/DDER 227-3888 ,,,,,u,w -  lg3ns ia endly respite for good food and drin at00sp00, withsmile, son their faces. Itmay be duefto the ness both on tap at the spacious bar. Specials this warm, friendly atmosphere, or the varied and imag- winter include half price burgers Mondays, tw- inativemenu,or perhaps the reasonable prices, for-one appetizers Wednesdays, half price sand- Often.it's due to all three, wiches Thursdays and happy hour drink prices Celebrating their eighth year of operaiion; propri- from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Wednesdays and Sundays. etors Jack and Barbara Royal say they strive to With five television r sets and a five-foot wide , Irish Eyes is the only establishment in the area The wide lvaiiety of tastes Can be easily aceom- which is de,signed with a stage which can be seen "modated atlrish Eyes. Popular appetizers range - from anywhere in the room. In the summer, they from a fresh vegetable and cheese plate to the more offer live entertainment seven nights a week, while exotic homemade conch fritters and fried calamari, now Tisra Til plays each Wednesday evening with The steamed seafood selection is quite ampl and disc jockeys Friday-Sunday. Of course'St. Patrick's the sandwich menu makes decisions difficult. Day is fight around the comer. One of the best Irish Who, for instance, eould decide between a Mrs. duos around, Timlin and Kane,  will play from 1 "nofiUer   and. homemade salads in Feb.); cocktails; entertainment; moderate 645-8273 Micl Shopping Center DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS MOB. SAT. e/7' 11 .. 10 p.a. 11 Scod ST. =-(111 Uwes e A1R 1/2 price FAJITAS every Wednesday night. Dinnerserved every night 5-10 p. m. Lunch Sat. &Sun. 12-5 Happy Hour 5-7 nightlldl 207 Rehobath Am. 227-1986 4121 HighwayOne Rehoboth Beach Open 5 p.m. Tues.-Sun. 227747 Meaday Night: 1/2 price burgers Thursday Night 1/2 price sandwiches Open 7 Days A Week 15 Wilmington Ave. Rehoboth Beach 227-2888 1e BghOUSe Restauronf at Lewes On the Canal at 's Wharf 645-6271 Breakfast Lunch Dinner IQil'C"lClt'S 3 EAST BAY AVE. LEWES Purveyors of cerrd Angus beef and the largest variety of fresh seafood served at the shore. Dinner from 4:30 p.m. Resmwatiom lLlecemeded 645-0420 I i GOLDEN DRAGON ORIENTAL IIESTAURANT dww Shong Center 64516646 "Crrg Owt AvaUable" LUNCH BUFFET $3.95 Mon.-Fri. 11:30-2:30 p.m.