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54 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May I - May 7, 1998 Summer House re-opens for season May" With the proliferation of new restaurants, a few tried and true diehard eateries still remain. The Summer House Restaurant and Saloon reopens for its 22nd sea- son on Thursday, May 7, with an- other special opening party in keeping with its "one-of-a-kind, good-times place" reputation. To kick off the season in style, DJ's Rick Wood will entertain the crowd with tunes and oodles of "un-birthday" gifts to guests who arrive early to celebrate and wel- come in the summer of 1998. The Summer House has been a Rehoboth Beach landmark since 1977. Located across from Re- hoboth Beach Convention Hall, the Summer House has estab- lished a reputation for providing some of the area's finest food, drink and entertainment for over two decades. Locally owned and operated by Richard, Susan and Craig Krick, the Summer House specializes in American-style din- Program Comtinued from page 53 Mellon, Esq. of the Enterprise Business Law Group in McClean, Va.; Richard Siegal, Esq. of Cum- mings and Lockwood of Hartford, Conn.; and Donald Alexander, Esq. of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer and Feld, L.L.P. of Wash- ington, D.C. ing with a "something for every- one" concept. Labeled by various media as the "Best Place to Meet People," and "Best Beach Bar," the restaurant's substantial portions, enticing at- mosphere and exciting atmos- phere are just part of the Summer House's equation for success. The familiar faces who greet and serve guests from behind the bar and ta- bleside are clearly a comfort zone for returning guests. Each winter, the Kricks and their "extended family" spend endless hours scheming to initiate fresh, new ideas. "With 22 years of service behind us, we continue to strive to emphasize the diversi- ty of our restaurant to our loyal guests and newcomers," said Richard Krick. "Each year we continue to add value and variety to attract an increasingly trend- conscious diner and fulfill our commitment to loyal guests that something new is always going The eligible for three CPE hours for CPAs and accoun- tants. CLE credit for attorneys is pending approval in all states with general education requirements. The enrollment fee is $50, which includes admission for one person and all course materials. Reservations are required. For more information or to register, contact Egeln's office at 645- 7710. on," Krick said. "Smiles are our specialty, coupled with upbeat at- titude and excellent service. We pride ourselves on being every- thing but a one-night stand for our guests...a cookie-cutter eatery .we are not," 6aid marketing and busi- ness manager Sue Krick. "For 22 years, we've dared to be just dif- ferent enough to spark newcom- ers' interest while remaining con- stant enough to keep people com- ing back again and again." Known for the most diverse menu at beach, the more than 100- item menu includes a variety of starters, including the award-win- ning Jumbo Lump Crab Dip, fresh seafood, including exclusively jumbo lump crab selections, vege- tarian choices, some tasty new sandwiches and tried-and-true beef and poultry entr6es that have made customers loyalists. Known for beginning and continuing the half-price burger craze in Re- hoboth Beach back in 1977, they created an award-winning Gob- bleburger four years ago and in- troduced buffalo and ostrich burg- ers to Rehoboth Beach. Voted "Best Burger at the Beach," the burger selection also includes Zesty Bean Gardenburgers. They are all half-price every Monday, all summer, and have been for 22 years. Since 1993, beginning in June, loyalists have enjoyed the Continued on page 55 Your Link To The Beach NEW ON THE MARKET Close to the ocean and bay, you won't want to miss this lovely ranch home featuring 3 BR plus private effency perfect for parent or that college student. The spacious Florida room overlooks a deck with pool, private yard and fish pond. Offered for sale at $179,000, Please ask Anna Misener to show you this fine property today. 17 ACRE FARMETTE If you have always dreamed of having your own little farm - this is for you! For more information please call Billie Wilkin- son.S115,000. (LFRB #317) INTERIOR DESIGNER DECORATED TWO BEDROOM, ONE BATH and fully furnished, this large beautifully main- comer lot with generous storage shed. lTp out tained.3 BR, 2 BA home enjoys location, patios, design makes living room spacious. Large acy, fenced court yard with fine plantings. A eat-in kitchen makes this fine home a great lovely home for all seasons. 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