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106 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 19 - March 25, 2004 "Our intention was to make it more like the islands in here," said Johnny O'Hagza, Sir Guy's owner. "We changed a lot, from the paint on the walls to the plates and glasses we use, but we are still the same, family friendly restaurant we used to be. We want our loyal customers to come and see the difference." Bartender Wendy Beavers is shown serving a drink to Rick McGee, right, and Mike Hitz. Glenn Vernon photos Rehoboth's Sir Guy's reopens with a new look Sir Guy's reopened its doors, March 16, after a rare winter hiatus, during which they gave the restaurant and bar a much-needed faceHft. "We gave the place a real makeover," said owner Johnny OrHazza. "New upholstery, new booth configurations, new carpet, new paint. We did work from the floor to the ceiling." Shown are owners and cousins Jamie Waples, left, and O'Hazza in front of a picture taken of them several years ago. Sir Guy's, which was given its name in honor Johnny O'- Hazza's father, closed Dee. 20, to begin the renovations. The Grand Cayman-styled eatery and pub has a brighter look to it now, but the owners promise that not everything has changed. "We have a little bit different look, but we just went back to our roots," said O'Hazza. "It's a fresh new menu, but everything you loved is still there." This group of revelers thought everything was just fine. Shown are (l-r) Wendy Beavers, Sir Guy's bartender; Chris Medford, local celebrity; Nicole Pogas; Stephanie Zielin- ski; Hari Cameron; Rick Gar- ner; Palma Salerno; and Lee Stephenson. Despite the many changes, many familiar aspects to the popular establishment are still in- tact. Every Tuesday will offer its famous wings with DJ Chris Mal playing music at 10 p.m. Sir Guy's will also be hosting live music Saturday nights, including Montana Wild Axe Satur- day, March 20. Shown is the opening night party reaching a fevered pitch as last call ap- proaches. Cucina Italiana Est. 1976 Low Carb Menu, No C.. ZONE.. Tdm tit. klR m 2ml I)t. t0 mmkut00 mUWH mLO00 Margaritas & More...