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30 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 13 - June 19, 2003 Burgerville brings Jimmy Buffet theme to Rehoboth By Bridin Reynolds Hughes In Jimmy Buffet lore, Margari- taville is in the tropics somewhere between the Port of Indecision and southwest of disorder. No need to travel though. Restaurateurs Darryl Ciarlante and Joe Zuber have created Burg- erville right in Rehoboth Beach and are promising a cheeseburger in paradise worthy of any Parrot- head. "All of our burgers are certified Angus beef burgers, even the kids meal. They are the best," said Ciarlante, who was busy training staff in the North First Street eatery. He and partner Zuber moved their first restaurant ven- ture, Dos Locos Mexican Seafood Restaurant and Cantina, to a larg- er location last spring but opted to keep the first site for a new restau- rant. Burgerville has been rocking and rolling since June 7. So far, the Key West Kwickie, a classic burger slathered with American cheese, is the top seller but others are venturing for the Island Burg- er, topped with ham, pineapple and jack cheese, The Beach Blonde with swiss and dijon; or the Hunk Hunka Burnin Love Burger, spiced up with barbecue sauce, hot peppers, cayenne and jack cheese. On the paradise menu, chicken breast can be substituted at no charge, and grilled tuna is avail- able with the same toppings for an added $2.50. Hearty eaters can al- so double up for a full one-pound burger for $5 extra. Turkey burg- ers, vegan black bean burgers and veggie burgers help complete the menu. "We really looked at what the town needed as far as restau- rants," said Ciarlante, who said a casual place for burgers and mar- garita or burger and shake seemed to fit the bill. "It also goes back to the history of the building," said Zuber, of the small 56-seat spot probably best remembered as The Canyon. "This is the menu the kitchen was really set up to do," he said. Now decked out in sunset tan- gerine, vibrant pinks and ocean blues, the interior of the restaurant also seems destined to have be- come a Key West hideaway. Palm trees seem to sway on the walls and even the floor is covered in exotic hues. "One of Dos Locos staff, Linda Wallace, is an artist. She is very talented and put a lot of work into the decor," said Zuber, pointing out hand-painted butterfly houses and surf boards that make Burg- erville postcard-picture perfect. In keeping with the postcard theme, a display of Delaware postcards on one wall prompted patrons to join in the fun. "People have been asking us if they send a postcard would we display it. We should have quite a collection soon," said Ciarlante. Of course, to complete the scene, Jimmy Buffet himself would insist on a blender for the ultimate margarita. Burgerville margaritas come original or in several tropical fla- vors and share the menu with pifia coladas, daiquiris and Crazy Wacky Shakes. Burgerville hours are from 11 a.m. to l0 p.m. daily. For more information call 227-8699. Bridln Reynolds Hughes photos After moving their first restaurant venture, Dos Locos, to a larger Wilmington Avenue site this spring, owners Darryl Ciarlante and Joe Zuber have opened Burgerville in its place. Located at 10 North First St., Burgerville features cer- tified Angus beef burgers as well as turkey, black bean and veggie burgers, all perfect with an Island Drink or thick Crazy Wacky Shake. 1P'.F.lrb WIDE AREA ADVERTISING IJiIE? Mlm Itt, t Sm'tte Coveeme lwme., mmylamd & Wat IXC. Ad Netwtrk :IS Werd  01dy $325 121 Commaity NOlmPCts 2.1 Million Circulatioa 4.5 Millioa Readers 2x A a Ntqmwk x2 oisy Ad 0, Sa' 98 Community N 1.68 Milliun Circulation a 3.53 Million Readers CALL MDDC FOR DETAILS , 410-721-5115 r 1,01,, Su,MfR VILLAGE Parrotheads will love the Jimmy Buffet-inspired decor of the new Burgerville, complete with postcards from para- dise. Shown standing are Dimitar Din6v; lef, and Ian Martin. Seated are (l-r) Villy Tsanova, Adrian Kelly, Jodi Watkins and Danielle Hernandez. d.j.. n -L--. L..--! - 00JURED ? We will provide you with prafegsiona  and experienced legaIrepresentation. THOMAS J: STUMff.,,00q. BRIAN F:DOLAN, esq. I (The practice of these lawyers is primarily lhnited to personal injury claims, litigation and resolution.) Stumpf, Vickers & Sandy, P.A. 8 West Market Street, Georgetown, DE 19947 "2)'86 561 3 BR, 2 BA, LR, DR, FR, Eat-in Kit, 2 car garage. Ready for occupancy. DOn't miss out on 3 BR, 2 BA, attic storage, w/2 car garage. Under con$1ruction. $184,900 .... "--:BRAND NEW Leased land!n Ang(Lia.&!:F.stas, 3 BR,.2aA, oversized. , se11..$69,900 "- these Low Prices! Just minutes from the Beach! H00SONoH Rt. 24 & nt. 1 Mon.-Fri. 9-5 Closed Sat. & Sun. www.hudson-homes.core 302-644-2870 . 800-922i-2929 m ]lI ' --Tr HffET 'mHlN$ ....... r I Irl TFnHIIII/IIIlllIIImIlgI" ql I! ' I II W 'liT rllRmlmmmn'lHil a]Ftl -'| ,i [ ..... ] " i ur:rq r-rm - n"