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May 30, 1997

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Corner Cupboard tradition continues in Rehoboth Beach For the past 23 years, Els Hooper's Corner Cupboard Inn on Park Avenue in Rehoboth Beach has celebrated the arrival of the summer season with a grand opening on Memorial Day weekend. At an opening celebration the Friday of the holiday weekend, old friends and new, and present and former employees, gather on the arbor.arched stone patio of the Corner Cupboard or inside the screened dining room that captures all the breezes of the Pines sec- tion of town. Innkeeper Hooper greets each of the guests many of whom break out their sum. mer wear and use the occasion to mark the change of their drinks of choice from the brown Hquors of winter to the clear liquors of summer. (Remember though that the Corner Cup- board Innis a BYOB facility.) The Corner Cupboard Inn is a place of tradition. One of those traditions includes the presence of George H.P. Smith, currently serving as mayor of Lewes, as one of the bartenders for the opening celebration. He has been on hand for all 23 openings hosted by Els. Shown here at the opening are (l-r) Els Hooper, Mayor Smith, and Leslie Vin- ing, assistant manager of the Corner Cupboard. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 30 - June 5, 1997 - 69 History museum opens woodland birds exhibit The Delaware Natural History Museum in Wilmington opened its newest exhibit, "The Nesting Habits of Woodland Birds" on May 14. The multi-disciplinary, interactive exhibit identifies common wood- land birds through both actual specimens and silhouettes, displays the types of nests they create and the eggs they lay and offers a variety of in- formation regarding habitat ranges and nest placement. The exhibit will run until June 22. Admission to the museum is $4 for adults and $3 for seniors and children ages 3-17 and free for children under three. CORM00 Serving Breakfast & Dinner Daily Saturday & Sunday Brunch on tree sded porches and patios Live Music 50 Park Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, DE 302-227-8553 FREE PARKING BYOB Bring that special bottle of wine or spirits Set ups and mixers available. OPEN DALLY FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER Lighthouse Restaurant At Fisherman's Wharf in Lewes. 645-6271 OPEN F( THE SEA SON Home Cooked Meals To Go Enjoy the Lewes Waterfront , Daily Happy Hour. 4 - 7 p.m. , Capt. Joe D.J.. Thurs.. Fri. - 5 p.m. 8 p.m. , Fridays: 25 Tacos. 95 Drafts , Deck Grill: Tuna. Burgers. Ribs, Dogs oudreaux' m Bar-B-Oue Carry-Out & Delivery 17 Wilmington A venue Rehoboth Beach 226-30 I0 PARTY ORDERS AND CA TERING A VAIl.ABLE 7 Days a Week o 11 a.m. to ? PARTY ORDERS AND CA TERING A VAIl.ABLE. Tha Hill Family- "I/lfa are hare to stay.." Over a century in Rohoboth. Full Rack Whole Chicken $13.95 $9.95 Half Rack Half Chicken $7.95 $6.95 Includes 2 side orders and Mom's Homemade Combread, French Fries, BBQ Black Beans, Coleslaw or Macaroni Salad. Boudreaux Burger $5.95 1/2 pound Caribbean Jerk Chicken $5.50 Shredded Beef BBQ $5.50 French Fdes with every sandwich