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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Ju&apos;l),'3"-"3vd[;'9, 199S'"97 re Lighthouse Restauroot at Flsherman's Wharf at Lewes On the Canal at Fisherman's Wharf 645-6271 i Land IF_, Sea Buffet Friday and Saturday Sunday Brunch Buffet 10-2 all at... Dickinson St. & the Bay 00tJDDER 227-3888 mimi-cmmi I @arden Care Creative sala&, b .ndwiches and pastas I Roboth Ave L (Next to South Moon lder) I 2213330 Cape Cuisine 0000Pantry NEW OWNERSHIP Proprietors: Nancy & Kitty Limited Free Delivery Dell - Eat In ! Take Out Tuesday Senior Citizen Discount 10% OFF 28 Wilmington Avenue 227-7537 email: ncleveland @yahoo.corn Restaurant , Saloon since 1911 Across from City Hall Uptown Rehoboth Beach 227-3895 :sumhouse - Open daily rom 11:$0 a.m. Olive Avenue & The Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach 227-6261 NTE : pO 'pu.r Re DINNER 5-10:30 p.m. Everyday 32 Lake Ave. Rehoboth Beach 302-226-1160 For Restorations Across from Fran O'Briens The Summer House is located on Rehoboth Avenue, across from the convention center. A trendsetter in Rehoboth for 22 years, the Summer House serves up good times Featuring the largest, most diverse menu at the beach, the Summer House Restaurant & Saloon has something for everyone. In its 22nd season, the popular, trendsetting venue is conveniently situated on Rehoboth Avenue, across the street from Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. The establishment is locally owned and operated by the Krick family. Richard, Susan and Craig have dedicated countless hours over the past two decades, establishing the Summer House's repu- tation for offering the area's finest food, drink and entertainment. A special is featured almost every day of the week at the Summer House, which has been labeled by various media as the "Best Place to Meet Peo- ple," and the "Best Beach Bar." Locals and visitors alike have pledged their loyalty to the friendly and upbeat establishment. The Summer House's American-style cuisine is diverse and innovative. From fresh seafood and mega-appetizers to the burgers, vegetarian and pasta selections and tempt- ing desserts, the Summer House's menu includes more than 100 items. An appealing assortment of salads, sandwiches and entr6es will please even the most discerning diner. The jumbo lump crab dip is a perfect summer- time starter. The appetizer was introduced last year to rave reviews. Fresh seafood, including exclusive- ly jumbo lump crab selections, as well as vegetarian choices, tasty new sandwiches and tried-and-true beef and poultry entr6es grace the menu. On Mondays, the Summer House features Rehoboth's original half-priced burger night. Begun by the establishment back in 1977, the half-price burger craze at the restaurant includes its prize-win- ning "Gobbleburger," buffalo burgers and two vege- tarian burgers - the regular and the zesty bean Gar- denburger. Along with traditional burgers (complete with all the fixings), these selections are all half- price every Monday all summer, just as they have been for the past 22 years. What better accompani- ment to a great burger than a bucket of baby beers? They, too, are on special every Monday. Tuesdays are the popular "Mooney's Iced Tea Night," with specials on Budweiser products. In addition, the "Best Beach Bar" lives up to its reputa- i tion with DJ music nightly. On Wednesday and Thursday, patrons can enjoy the restaurant's "buy-one, get-one-half-price" spe- cial on all entr6es and sandwiches. Sundays are the time for the Summer House's "Half Price Daquiri Party," with complimentary wings and discounts on beers from 5 to 8 p.m. Stick around for the rest of the evening and enjoy DJ, dancing and dollar-off drinks. The widely acclaimed, child-created "Kids Korner" features Summer House-trademarked tod- dler selections, kid-sized pizza and pasta, standby child sandwiches and big kid-style entr6es. Take home a souvenir from the Summer House Saloon when you purchase a special "cork stamp," designed by the Kricks as a unique way for their wine-loving guests to take some of the restaurant back with them. The Summer House Restaurant & Saloon: Uptown Rehoboth Avenue, across from the Rehohoth Beach Convention Center. Serving dinner seven days a week from 5 p.m. DJ music nightly and specials all week long. All major credit cards accepted. Call 227-3895 or e-mail <>. 1205 HighwayOne 302 Dewey Beach, DE 227-0669 iQO;'*"' Horborside Lewes Cucina ltaliana Est. 1976 Kno " Prime Rib for burgers  I1 IN Servinglunch & dinner k, Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. wee ends .and Iiqll'00 Friday and Sturdoy 1 1 a.m. to 10 p.m. ribs V Reservations are recommended JJoo J.-ac/, J--" to avoid disappointment. Serving dinner daily from 4:30 p.m. Takeouts available 30z-zzT-92-55 Open Dai,y, I a.m. iii:i::i  HOLLY'S RESTAURANT Delicious, Home-Cooked Meals At Family Prices! BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER Open Daily 7 a.m. - l O p.m. MIDWAY SHOPPING CENTER 4578 Highway One Rehoboth Beach -- 302-645-7705 -- is now even more relaxed & comfortable FOR MORE INFORMATDN PLEASE SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THIS WEEK'S CAPE GAZETTE 15 Wilmington Ave., Rehoboth Beach 227-2888 A L--STAUIAIIT Open seven days from 5 p.m. 50-C Wilmington Ave. 227-5767 "Your Family Restaurantf' Great Italian Food at Affordable Prices! Midway Shopping Plaza Rehoboth, Route 1 644-9005 THE COFFEE MILL Gourmet Beans, Espresso, Bagels, Pastries, Salads & Desserts. Gift Baskets Open real early, Closed real late 127 Rehoboth Mews Rehoboth Beach 302-227-7530