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42 FRIDAY, MARCH 15- MONDAY, MARCH 18, 2013 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE Cape Gazette Eating Continued from page 37 adjacent to his successful Catch 54. He's quick to correct me when I call it a Mexican restau- rant. "It's a coastal taqueria," he explains. The menu is the first hint, touting such non- Tex-Mex fare as pozole rojo shredded pork with hominy garnish, poached shrimp ancho chile with radish and lime, goat empanadas, and crispy rockfish belly tacos. Though "taqueria" suggests the street vendors of Mexico and points south, Papa Grande's huge bar and wraparound deck with the view of Ocean City suggest a bit more than a food cart. But the inspired menu makes a delec- table nod to these home-grown traditions. Loffand Frankie Bascio have resurfaced, hammers and saws in hand, at 58 Baltimore Ave. (next door to Hobos). The per ....... petually friendly brothers plan to open Lou & Frankie's Italian Specialties sometime around A new Easter. One of their special- the ties will be homemade Italian dishes ready for takeout, served with a side of laughter and warm Italian hospitality. Former Eden sous chef Joe Churchman and his wife Megan are busy giving birth to Bramble & Brine House in the old South Pacific Florist spot at 315 Rehoboth Avenue. They can't wait to debut their eclectic d6cor, and although Joe's tal- ents certainly lean toward the Mediterranean, he's thinking out of the box at what I'm dub- bing "B&B." Another Touch of Italy? Yup, and it's sandwiched conve- niently between Root Gourmet and Outlet Liquors in Shore Plaza (across from Tanger Seaside). Owner Bob Ciprietti will be able to seat 100 differs, feeding them from two wood- burning ovens and fully packed deli cases. It doesn't look like there's much going on in there, but there is. Trust me. This week, former Agave lobby awaits the Avenue lobby bar! Milford Chamber to host business expo The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford is hosting the Third Annual Business Expo and Networking Mixer from 5 to 7 p.m., Thursday, March 28, at the Milford]Senior Center, 111 Park Ave., Milford. This is a free event and is open to the public. There will be more than 25 vendors, door prizes and raffles. For questions concerning the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford call 302- 422-3344, or email milford@ kitchen boss Leisa Berlin (re- member Second Street Popcorn & Candies?) opened her brand- new Edie Bees Confection Shop in the recently vacated Cake Bar spot in Lewes. Juices, gourmet chocolates, Easter goodies - you know it'll all be good from the talented mom of Agave boss Chris McKeown. Even Starbucks is getting in on the act with simultarieous remodels of both their stores. They reopened just before I BOB YESBEK PHOTO Inn's faithful guests. I'm staking my claim at began to exhibit early symp- toms of Venti Iced Skinny Quad Latte withdrawal. Is the economy a mess? It sure is, But everybody has to eat, and restaurants done right will survive and even flourish. My hat's off to the local entre- preneurs who risk it all to bring even more dining choices to Rehoboth Beach. Bob Yesbek is a serial foodie and can be reached at PAPALEO, ROSEN & CltELL P,/L CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Corporate, Partnership & Individual Tax Services Tax Planning Quickbooks Consulting . Bookkeeping Accounting & Auditing Services Services Payroll Reports Estate & Financial &W2 Forms Planning 1143 Call for an appointment 302-644-8600 Savannah Road, Savannah Station Suite 2, Lewes, BE 19958 Serving all three 1309 Philadelphia Pike Wilmington, DE 19809 302-798-2300 counties with other offices at: 200 S. DuPont Blvd, Suite 107 Smyrna, DE 19977 302-653-2585 i NOW THROUGH 3-30 KSI to hold annual open house Tuesday, April 2 Kent-Sussex "Industries Inc. invites the public to attend its an- nual open house Tuesday, April 2, with pecial hours for guided tours from 12:30 to 6:30 p.m. at KSI's location at 301 North Re- hoboth Blvd. in Milford. KSI is a not-for-profit agency providing vocational training and employment services to individ- uals with disabilities throughout Kent and Sussex counties. For information about special accommodations or directions, call Alicia Hollis at 302-422-4014 ext. 3015.