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54- CAPE GAZETI, Friday, March 13 - March 19, 1998 Capriotti's pl, tnt00 move to Long Nq (: By Michael Short Capriotti's will close its Re- hoboth Avenue location on March 21 and migrate westward, opening a new shop on Long Neck Road this spring. Capriotti,s, known for its fresh roasted turkey and specialty sand- wiches like the capastrami, plans to expand its hours and offer sit- down dining for the first time. There are a dozen Capriotti's lo- cations, including one in Las Ve- gas and several in New Castle County. Most are located in Delaware, although the Rehoboth Beach location is the only site in the Cape Region. Buchwald expects to be open year-round and to add additional staff to operate the new restaurant. The decor will be simple, but club or the "bobbie." The "bob- bie" contains turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing and mayonnaise. The cran-slam club contains turkey, ham, lettuce, cranberry sauce and mayonnaise. One bite and Thanksgiving dinner will nev- er be the same. The new telephone number for the business will be 945-4040. '" MODULAR /JkOMES WHOLESALERS I , .. WHOLESALE PRICES TO THE PUBLIC t," RANCH * CAPE * TWO STORY 15 years experience * 227-0922 LOWEST PRICES ON DELMARVA! 302-227-0922 iliiiiiiiiiii!i!ii Capriotti's plans to open near Grotto Pizza on Long Neck Road in approximately mid-May. Own- er George Buchwald said that he likes the Rehoboth Avenue loca- tion, but said a Long Neck Road site will provide more parking for his patrons. Buchwald said a Long Neck lo- cation will also provide room for expansion and help the sandwich business to find a niche. "It seems to be a place where we can estab- lish ourselves," he said, Capriotti's plans to keep much of its menu the same. But Buch- wald said fans of Capriotti's dis- tinctive flavor will see some dif- ferences at the new restaurant. He expects hours to be longer, which may allow Capriotti's to begin serving breakfast sandwich- es. He also expects to add some seats for patrons and he promises that it will be "a very nice atmos- phere. It will just be nicer." The new location may serve some desserts and fountain sodas and coffee may also be added. Buch- wald may also have some outdoor patio seating for his patrons. Rehoboth Bay Realty's Baker takes award Cindy Baker of Century 21 Re- hoboth Bay Realty Co., Lewes, is the recipient for the third consecu- tive year of the coveted Centurion award, one of the highest levgls of recognition awarded to top-produc- ing sales as- sociates and BAKER offices in the Century 21 System. In addition, Baker was recognized as the top sales associate for the Delmarva Region in 1997. The Centurion award is a wor- thy symbol of excellence earned by only a elite groups of sales as- sociates who represent the depth of talent and experience found within the Century 21 System. "It is truly an honor to again re- ceive the Centurion designation and be recognized as the top sales associate for the Delmarva Region for 1997. It's extremely rewarding to be recognized for providing quality service and exceeding cus- tomer's expectations," Baker said. pleasant with skylights, paintings on the wall and a few tables and chairs for patrons. But one thing that won't change is the size and flavor of the delec- table Capriotti's sandwiches, in- cluding several one-of-a-kind spe- cialties. The sandwich shop offers a va- riety of sandwiches and subs, in- cluding vegetarian offerings. But the most popular sandwiches are the specialty sandwiches like the capastrami, a thick sandwich packed tight with hot pastrami, swiss cheese, cole slaw and russ- ian dressing. If you prefer, you can get the slaw be jo, a sandwich of roast beef, cole slaw, provolone cheese, mayonnaise and russian dressing, or the cole turkey, which piles on the provolone cheese, turkey, cole slaw, russian dressing and mayon- naise. For something really distinc- tive, try Capriotti's Thanksgiving feast on a roll, either the cran-slam OPEN HOUSE Sunday, March 15th - 12 Noon - 3 p.m. .\\; /. ,. ...... 224 Edgewood Drive, Sandy Brae 3 BR, 2 BA with detached garage. Your Hostess: Camilla Conlon THE TEAM TO HANDLE ALL OF YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS 3 or 4 BR, 2 1/2 BA TOWNHOME IN DEWEY BEACH- REDUCED TO $159,900 EAGLES LANDING TOWNHOME 3 BR, 2 1/2 BA. End unit (only Townhome in Eagles Landing currently on the market) OFFERED AT $153,750 RENTED FOR THE SEASON SELLER WILL CREDIT PURCHASER $11,400 AT SETTLEMENT IF SETTLEMENT TAKES PLACE ON/OR BEFORE, MAY 31,1998 OVERLOOKING REHOBOTH BAY Spacious 4 BR, 2 1/2 BA Town Home. Community Pool and Tennis. Just a short walk to the beach. Asking $153,000. CROWLEY ' ......... .. .......  * DEVELOPERS RENTALS ASSOCIATES ' 4129 Highway One "to a better way" REAL1 Y INC RehobothBeach, DE19971 P.O. Drawer C, N. Pennsylania " Avenue at Route One ..,,...,.,.,,n. s,.,.m Rehoboth Beach - Bethany Beach, Delaware " " " ny Beach, Delaware 1993 , Member Broker 302-227-6131 800 242-4213 e-mail at .......... - ......... -'=j,