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Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal. Unique. Like You. CraftBuilt LocallySourced Where We Build: Deep Branch Milton LargeWoodedLots Low 290’s Wagamons: Milton, In-town Mid $280’s Woodgate: Milton, Wooded lots Low $400’s Coastal Cove Lewes Low $300’s Coming Soon On Your Lot: High $100’s Sample Home: 20206 Long Meadow Ln. Lewes, DE 19958 Open 10-5 Closed Sundays 44 FRIDAY, APRIL 28 - MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE Cape Gazette NICK ROTH PHOTO THE LONG-AWAITED ARRIVAL of Rosenfeld’s Jewish Delicatessen has come. Owner Warren Rosenfeld officially opened his Rehoboth deli April 26 in the end unit of a brand new building constructed by Ocean Atlantic in Sandpiper Plaza next to Wawa.  The new shop will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Wednesday, May 3, then 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., daily beginning Thursday, May 4.  Rosenfeld’s will continue to maintain their Ocean City, Md., shop, on Coastal Highway just north of the Route 90 bridge. Rosenfeld’s also has a food truck that travels Delmarva. For a schedule, go to rosenfeldsjew-  ROSENFELD’S JEWISH DELI OPENS IN SANDPIPER PLAZA ON ROUTE 1 By Chris Flood Deep-fried, covered in chili, wrapped in bacon, topped with sauerkraut. Hotdog Johnnies is Dewey’s newest restaurant, and, as the name implies, customers will be able to get their hot dogs just about anyway they want. It’s slated to open May 5, and managing partner David Shamb- lin said Hotdog Johnnies will be totally different from anything the town has to offer. He said there are good restaurants in town, but nothing open late that’s also quick. “I think Dewey needs it,” he said. Located at Route 1 and New Orleans Street, in what used to be Rita’s, Hotdog Johnnies will offer all-beef hot dogs, burgers, chicken sandwiches, a barbecue pork sandwich, fries, wings and more. Shamblin said in addition to serving the late-night crowd, Hotdog Johnnies will be family friendly. “You’ll be able to feed the fam- ily for a quarter of what you’d spend in a full-service restau- rant,” he said. Shamblin has been working as head chef at Dewey Beer Co. since the restaurant opened its doors. He said they’ve been test- ing some of the hot dogs at the brewery over the winter. People have been very inter- ested in them, he said. With a red and yellow color scheme and a mural on Route 1 depicting a human-sized hot dog enjoying the beach, the new res- taurant can’t be missed. “We basically gutted the whole place and started new,” said Shamblin, noting the doors open to Route 1. “This is going to be an open-air concept.” Shamblin said he’s got a few tricks up his sleeve to bring Hot- dog Johnnies some attention this summer. “Be on the lookout for surprises,” he said. “You never know who might be behind the counter working.” Hotdog Johnnies will not serve alcohol, said Shamblin. Hours during the season will be 10 a.m. to midnight, Monday through Thursday; and 7 a.m. to 2 a.m., Friday through Sunday. For more information follow Hotdog Johnnies on Facebook, call 302-227-9502, or email hot- Hotdog Johnnies opening in Dewey New restaurant will feed late-night crowd and families on the cheap CHRIS FLOOD PHOTO HOTDOG JOHNNIES has a simple, clean style inside.