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94 FRIDAY, APRIL 28 - MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette CHRIS FLOOD PHOTOS LESS THAN FAVORABLE WEATHER CONDITIONS couldn’t stop hundreds of bacon lovers from walking the streets of Dewey and Re- hoboth Beach April 22 and 23 during the 4th annual Dewey-Rehoboth Bacon Fest. The Starboard won Best Bacon on the Beach. For the Dew- ey portion, Fifer’s Farm Market Cafe came in first, The Lighthouse fin- ished second and Blotto Gelato finished third. For the Rehoboth por- tion, Cafe Azafran finished first, Blackwall Hitch finished second and Jam finished third. Dennis and Kristin Huber of Dagsboro, above, mow down on the bacon mac and cheese from Jimmy’s Grille. DEWEY BEACH Bacon and brews: It’s a way of life Dawn Davis of Rehoboth, left, brought her Newark friends – Mari Jo Ur- ban, middle, and Cindy Doyle, right – down for the event. Tommy McMahon, left, and Chris Augie show off The Lighthouse’s pork belly slider that won second place. The Starboard made more than 1,000 of these tater tots covered in cheddar cheese, wrapped in candied bacon. This sign board let Bacon Fest partic- ipants know where to go. Dewey Beach Club owner Jeff Treacy makes the pitch for his Korean barbecue topped with a pickled vegetable medley. Beer and bay lovers turned out for the 8th annual Brewfest at Gary’s Dewey Beach Grill April 22. The event is held as a fundraiser for the Center for the Inland Bays. Nearly 40 breweries and 90 beers were available. After all the costs are covered for hosting the event, the restaurant donates the rest of the money to the center. Restaurant employ- ees donate their time for the cause. Co-owners Holly Ski and Adam Newman are shown. Center for the Inland Bays Program Manager Bob Collins, left, and Outreach Coordinator Morgan Pitts take one for the team and hang out at the bar for a good cause during Brewfest. Gary’s employees volunteered their time for Brewfest. Here, bartender Mike Bakomenko happily cleans up water from a leaking tank. Greenville’s Twin Lakes Brewing Co. had the prettiest display. Breweries donated swag for the raffle at Brewfest. Mispillion River Brewing crew (l-r) Danny Shea, Ben Somers and Chris Shaffer, who swears his mom says he’s handsome.