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56 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 27 - April 2, 1998 Business After Hours to be held April 16 The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce will hold Business After Hours on Thursday, April 16, at the Starboard Restau- rant. Anyone wishing to donate door prizes for Business After Hours, or anyone interested in hosting the event, should call the chamber office at 227-2233, Ext. 11. CIV173, CRIMINAL LAW & ZONING Accidents & Pers0nal Injury Home Owners Associations Misdemeanor & Felony Offenses Zoning & Variances Corporate & Business Law DUI & Traffic Offenses . Wills & Estates Commercial Litigation 120 South Bedford Street 420 Rehoboth Ave. Georgetown, DE 19947 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 855-0120 By Appointment Listing of areas of practice does not represent specialization in those areas. Jen EIIIngsworth photo AI Fierro, left, and Bill Green are the owners of Lueiano Panzarotti, a new eatery slated to open on Rehoboth Avenue this spring. Mystery of Luciano Panzarotti will be s,00lvq.00d with opening of Rehoboth eatery By Jen Ellingsworth Who is Luciano Panzarotti? The Cape Region is about ready to find out. AI Fierro and Bill Green have joined forces and said they'll bring this unique taste sensation, named "panzarotti," to the area with the opening of Luciano Pan- zarotti at 23 Rehoboth Ave., next to Ibach' s. Although they're the official owners, Fierro and Green said the true personage behind the busi- ness is a mysterious, svelte-look- ing fellow with a chef's hat, a mustache and one eye peeking from an unruly mane. His name? Luciano Panzarotti, of course. "He's got only one eye showing but he doesn't tell a lot," said Green, who said the estab- lishment's name is a playful com- bination of famous opera singer Luciano Pavarotti and, naturally, the panzarotti. The product behind the catchy namesake is a trademarked Italian food. The panzarotti is made with pizza dough deep-fried and stuffed with mozzarella cheese, sauce and, if desired, pepperoni. Fierro said they'll begin by offer- ing just two varieties but will eventually expand selections to include several other toppings. Fierro said he began selling panzarottis at Wilmington's St. Resort chamber will meet April 1 The general membership meet- ing for the Rehoboth Beach- Dewey Beach Chamber of Com- merce will be held at noon on Wednesday, April 1, at King's Creek Country Club. The cost for tuity, and will be collected at the door. Scheduled speakers are Priscilla Rakestraw and Dorothy Siegfried from Wilmington Col- lege. The chamber will also pre- sent a who, what and where re- port. Anthony's Italian Festival 18 years ago and has seen the item gain immense popularity. "It is extremely popular," said Fierro. "People wait in long lines for it. Until you try it, you just don't have a clue what it's like." He and Green said the panzarot- ti is incredibly light and easy to eat and is unlike anything current- ly offered in this area. They said the eatery, which will offer take- out only, will be designed with fun in mind and geared for prompt service and convenience. "It's different than anything that's been done down here," said Green, who has lived in Rehoboth Beach since 1972. "It'll be all walk-away food with quality in mind," added Fierro. "The most important thing is consistency.'" He said although visitors to rthe Italian festival in Wilmington vill probably recognize the panzarotti, to others it will be a new adwen- ture. "I have a feeling that once people try it, they'll be back Luciano Panzarotti, name- sake of a new Rehoboth eatery, has his eye on you. again," said Fierro. Other items that will be featured at Luciano Panzarotti will include specialty stuffed bread (with a va- riety of toppings), calzones and the Pizze-Fritta, a fried pizza- dough concoction. The eatery will also sell original lemon Ital- ian water ice. Fierro and Green said locals and visitors can look for the opening of Luciano Pan- zarotti sometime in April. I 1 The 3 L 's in Real Estate! List with LOU at ..... Llngo's #12 Sea Gate Village Oceanfront townhouse community wiith 2 pools, tennis courts, clubhouse with gguest with fireplace and many new upgrades in 1997 with $24,000/season rental income. Ocean Block Charm. location, turn of the century. 3/4 BR, 1 1/2 BA beach home. Yellow pine wrap-around porch with ocean & lake views. HENLOPEN GARDENS - LEWES Two story Colonial with attached two car garage. Home offers 4 BR, a for- mal DR, large LR, eat-in kitchen, family room with fireplace and 1/2 base- ment. Very convenient location, near schools, museums, shops and his- toric Lewes. $199,000. ENJOY THE BEAUTY AND PEACEFULNESS OF BROADKILL BEACH from this contemporary home. New carpeting and vinyl add to the "almost new" feeling of this 3 BR home. Views of the Bay and Primehook Wildlife Area are superb. Fireplace, new kitchen cabinets, 3rd floor fami- ly room and screened porch add to the value of this home that is listed for only $198,500. BEAUTIFUL CAPE SHORES Y0u can sll buy this ist, bl a berne and te $50,OO0+ equ in    is , il u tan narelolly now. This lot is a wondedul inveslment lot the future. Cape Shores is the last waterfront development in beautiful Lewes, This lot is situated close to Cape Henlopen Stats Park with it's ocean beaches, hiking trails, nature center and 2000 acres of beautiful seenay, cabe Shores bes c'y pool, tislm pier, Uo./tml court, hm- his courfs and dub house. 1Ns lot is a LOCHWOOD ESTATES Quiet lot is cleared with a wooded edge alorlg the back. Community water and owner is having $15,500.