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Hi " CAPE GAZEWrE, Friday, March 11 - March 14, 2005 - 33 Krasnoff to open Kupchick's Corner Market in Lewes By Karl Chalabala Kupchick's, a name long-asso- ciated with good food in the Cape Region, is set to come back, al- though in a new form. David "DK" Krasnoff was the proprietor of Kupchick's, the pop- ular Lewes Beach restaurant that was forced to close a few years ago when the land was sold to make way for dwelling units. Krasnoff has purchased the for- mer convenience store at Wescoats Corner next to Toddy's Car Care, just outside of Lewes. He said he plans to offer quality, simple food prepared with care and speed. "It doesn't matter how much you charge for your meal," he said. "It matters how much care you put into it." Krasnoff stressed that the new restaurant and, in the not too dis- tance future, market is not up to full speed yet. He expects to be completely open in about six weeks. However, Kupchick's al- ready offers a breakfast that is be- coming very popular. "You won't get a better egg sandwich in town," he said. His breakfast offerings will in- clude the egg sandwiches with a choice of scrapple, bacon, ham, sausage or pork roll for $2.59. Three-egg European omelettes with a variety of fillings will be $4.29, and breakfast burritos will also be avail- able. For lunch, subs, salads and sandwich- es are listed on the menu. The most expensive sal- ad tops out at KRASNOFF $6.29, and it is a Caesar with sliced sirloin. The subs range from hot to cold and are also inexpensive. The special- ty sandwiches, such as the Ulti- mate Roast Beef, described on the menu as slow-roasted, medium- rare top round topped with a stil- ton bleu cheese, all come in under $7. Krasnoff said he wanted to of- fer good-quality food at a low price for people from all walks of life. He said one reason he opened Kupchick's is that every- one should be able to enjoy a quality meal at an affordable price in this area, which features so many expensive restaurants. Once Krasnoff gets completely up to speed, his offerings will ex- pand exponentially to include dinners to go, slow-roasted meats and assorted side dishes. "This is a work in progress," he said, "although I expect when I'm up and running to do about 500 orders a day." The slow-roasted meats he JOHN BLACK If you would like more information on this or any other properties "FOR SALE" Call "NOW" $422,000 THE GLADE Are you looking for a super priced house? Call to tour this 3+ bedroom 3.5 bath house with an excellent price tag! Pond views, 1st floor master suite. House situated on a large 1/2 acre lot w/in 2 miles to the beach. Close to new bike path and proposed access road. As an added feature, community has; Pool, Exercise Room, Racquetball, Tennis, Sauna & Clubhouse! $259,000 1.5 miles to Beach! Enjoy all the amenities of downtown Historic Lewes just 1 mile from this 3 bedroom town- house. Large step down living room has wood fireplace and sliders to rear patio with outdoor shower. Ride bike to beach only 1.5 miles. Excellent beach retreat! Prudential Gailo, RLTORS ' 702 Rehoboth Avenue Rehobolia Beach, DE 19971 302-227-6101 (office) www.pmgallo.corn plans to offer will vary, except for the chickens. Once his rotisseries ....... are operational, Kupchick's will offer regular and free-range chickens every day. In addition, Krasnoff expects to make leg of lamb and roast beef available. Krasnoff also plans on offering chicken and dumplings, and pot roast. "They will be prepared with the same care that I'd pre- pare a filet mignon," he said. As a market, Kupchick's will offer a number of local products, including relishes and jams. Fine cheeses and Dietz and Watson lunchmeats will also be available. "It will be like an old-school market that has everything you could need," Krasnoff said. "This locations just could not get any better for me." Kupchicks will " deliver for lunch, if the orders come in before 10 a.m. Call 645- 6211 for details and orders. Karl Chalabala photo David Krasnoff is opening Kupchick's Corner Market in this former convenience store next to Toddy's Car Care at Wescoats Corner outside of Lewes. laws30,995 T-To , vs. M PONT TUNS Jill .. O0 FORD IIUSTJIIIG GT uwq2,995 uaowq3,995 iawq6,995 iawqS,995 03 iNRYSLER SEBIIING LK , 02 SIHIIRN 1200 . laws9,995 aOWq2,995 Now5,99 e2,H qLfl5 00 UNCOUI LS ,,, M TOYO IABCRUISI3 = /. NovOq2,995 Now =47,995 NOW *26,995 " ] te's 03 DOME  RT  02 CURYSLER 300N SPECIAL  01 NDGE RAN Q CAB , Now q5,995 Now q7,995 Now =117,995 iq5,995 02 NERCIIRY NOIINUUNEBI Nw18,995 01 TOYOTA BIGNLANDER 1111 ..... Nw2,995 NowqB,995 03 IYR IUNKR SR5 ,,," Now*24,995