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40 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, Feb. 24 - Monday, Feb. 27, 2006 By Molly Albertson things are just too froufy. People than a good soup in my opinion," Cape Gazette staff want meat and potatoes," he said. Derrickson said, pointing out the ~uffy food is not on the menu. And that's just what he is offering, crab and lobster bisque on the When the State Room opened He did not want to reinvent the menu. Friday, Feb. 18, it offered a classic wheel, he said, but make it better. Derrickson wanted a return to steakhouse menu. The steak-"There's no pulling punches. It's simplicity. Like restaurants back house, located within The doing the classics and doing it the in the old days, he said, when cus- Heritage Inn on Route 1, does not best you can," he said. tomers sit down, they immediate- cater to those who want to walk So Derrickson studied tradi- ly will have something to eat. away hungry after a fancy meal. tional steakhouse faire to build his Melba toast, fresh bread and Owner Spencer Derrickson, menu. It features familiars like cheese spread is waiting on each who also owns Abstractions on char-grilled steaks, French onion Continued on page 41 Rehoboth Avenue, wanted to offer soup, Caesar salad and pasta. He customers good, simple food with was inspired by his favorites. a concentration on quality."You can spend all day messing "People want to be fed. Some with stuff, but nothing is better The State Room also offers sanctuary to a stressed traveler staying in The Heritage with a fully stocked bar and fiat- screen television. Diners may also enjoy coffee or cocktails while taking advantage of the wireless internet. Molly Albertson photo The fireplace warms the State Room adding to the casual steakhouse atmosphere complete with large, solid oak tables set with toast, bread and port wine cheese spread. ]'"Free heating & air unit I with purchase of sunroom ][ I Wired Quality is Es~eMial" i i "Enjoy the Great Outdoors Indoor ~ i i All Year Long!" i 4 Season Sunrooms Lifetime Guarantee Insulated Low-E Windows WWW, coastalsu n rooms, com (302) 537-3679 (302) 762-4878 1-800-473-7971 *Limited time, must present ad at time of purchase. J LYNN O'DONNELL I 302-644-8330 302-644-8209 Proctice primori/y limited to." Real Estate Settlements Estate Planning and Administration Elder Law: Guardianships, Powers of Attorney, Medicaid Planning, MillerTrusts Member ofNcTtiono/Academy of Elder Low Attorneys World-class waterfront luxury town- homes nestled in a private enclave just minutes from the beach at the Quiet Resort of Bethany Beach. Set along the natural beauty of the Assawoman Canal with towering pines, native ferns and d.ogwoods, Canal Woods flows with the natural environment. Each luxury residence has 4 Bedrooms, 4.5 Baths, Individual Elevators, Expansive Windows, Community Pool, and 3,200 sq. ft. of Gradous Living Area with all Upgraded Amenities included. from $619,000 Writ us tOday-Take Route One in Bethany Beach. drive West on Route 26. turn "~,~'-'---'-- cat on r t fo I.s on For info call 302.745.1280