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68 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 11 - July 17, 1997 g Harborsle Lewe! Serving Lunch & Dinner Open daily 11 a m.-11 p.m. -- WATERFRONT BAR- Reservations are recommended to avoid disappointment. Front & Market Struts. Lewei 645-7866 All dedsiom should be this easy -1205 Highway One 302 Dewey Beach, DE 227-0669 O for burgers ribs Take-outs available Open Daily 11 a.m. NOW OPEN! 4 ,& 7 a.m.-lO p.m. .226-2960 GIIAlrner n BINEI 32B Wilmington Ave. Under Brighton Suites Hotel e Lighthouse Restauront h at Flsherman'$ Wharf at Lewes On the Canal at Fisherman's Wharf 645-6271 Breakfast Lunch Dinner f000P0Ultltl RBSq'URNq' AND bOUNGE Rehoboth's only Discount Gourmet Dinner: 5-10 Sunday-Thursday 5-11 Friday & Saturday -- LIVE JAZZ WEEKENDS -- 316 Rehoboth Ave. Rehoboth Beach 227-4227 - Famous for our Hot Oven Grinders, Subsl Gyros & Salads NOW OPEN DAILY Give us a cell - Pick Up In 10 minutes 11 Rehoboth Ave. 227..6002 Sea Grille owners June and Rod Pettigrew enjoy the view. S :ellar view and exceptional cuisine make the Sea Gl.'ille a restaurant above it all Situated on the eighth floor of the Henlopen Hotel at the north end of the Boardwalk, the Sea Grille is truly a restaurant above it all. Diners can enjoy breakfast or dinner while taking in a stunning view of Rehoboth Beach. As if this spectacular overview of the ocean isn't enough, a sampling of the Sea Grille fare makes the establishment even more exceptional. Owners Rod and June Pettigrew agree that while the loftiness of the restaurant is one of its premiere attributes, its cuisine is of statuesque proportions. Chef Dennis Yatuzis has fashioned a unique menu featuring Nouveau Latino dishes with a Carribean flair. Now in their second season at the Sea Grille, the Pettigrews said reception to the restaurant has been outstanding. Friday night's seafood buffet (featuring countless fresh seafood dishes, salads and fresh bread) has been very successful, as well as Sunday's cham- pagne brunch. The brunch buffet, held from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. each week, features traditional brunch items while offering a medley of seafood fare including a raw bar, steamed shrimp, smoked and poached salmon and caviar. Daily specials are also showcased. Starters such as the shellfish brochette (a sump- tuous blend of sea scallops and lobster mojo mari- nated and grilled) and baked brie with fresh fruit (brie wrapped in a puff pastry with strawberries and brown sugar, served with French bread and plaintain strits) are featured on the dinner menu. The restaurant's entr6e offerings are also sure to satisfy the discerning palate. Key Lime lobster, saut6ed and served with angel hair pasta, heads the list of favorites at the Sea Grille, said June Pettigrew, while another popular entr6e is crab and lobster cakes (a jumbo lump crab cake with a red pepper coulis and North Atlantic lobster cake in Carambola sauce). Chef Yatuzis also recommends the grilled Filet Mignon, a 10-ounce portion of Angus beef prepared to order, or the rack of lamb, pan-seared with domestic Lingonberry chutney. For dessert, treat yourself to one of Eleanor Pettigrew's award-winning creations, which include Reese's peanut butter cheesecake or French silk cake. Early Bird specials are offered on the weeknights from 5-6:30 p.m., as well as Happy Hour daily. Live entertainment is also being highlighted through July, and features entertainer Michael Howard on Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and Dave Brand on Thursday and Friday. i Local artist Allene V. Martinez's paintings of regional scenes are also currently on display at the Sea Grille. The Sea Grille welcomes large parties - including wedding receptions and other special occasions. Patrons can also look forward to a festive Brazilian buffet sometime in the near future, as well as tentative Christmas and New Year's Eve festivi- ties. The Pettigrews said the Sea Grille will also fea- ture lunch during the fall. The Sea Grille: Top floor of the Henlopen Hotel, north end of the Boardwalk. Breakfast and dinner served Tuesday through Sunday, with Sunday brunch. For more information, or to make a reservation, call the restaurant at 227- 2553 or the hotel at 227-2551, ext. 123. ....... T ! SUl00da Brunc! tuktll a[tle ieaGrllleml[ T0pfl00r 10H0td N0&nd0[kh0b0thh [ I PANTRY "Best Bagels in Sussex County" Delaware Today Reader Poll Open Year Round Call for Specials 227-7537 1st & Wilmington, Rehoboth Beach Open Daily 7:00 a.m. In The Tradition of the Finest French Country Inns! Friday Cocktail Hour 5 pm. Live Jazz Free Hors D'Oeuvres Fine Wines * Full Service Bar 112 NW FRONT ST., MXORV, DE 302-422-5708 Specializing in Steamed Crabs Barbecue Ribs Chicken Steaks Fresh Seafo(id Ruddertowne * Dewey Beach Open Saturday and Sunday at 4 p.m. Monday.Friday at 5 p.m. 227-4888 is now even more relaxed & comfortable FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE EE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THIS WEEK'S CAPE GAZETTE 15 Wilmington Ave., Rehoboth Beach 227-2888 z70076 staurant CLASSIC AMERICAN STEAKHOUSE Open Daily Serving Dinner 5:00 - 10:00 Midway Shopping Center Route 1 between Lewes & Rehoboth CALl. FOR COMPLIMENTARY LIMO 5ERVICE 645-9355 and ,Raw Bar OPEN FOR BREAKFAST LUNCH & DINNER 8 A.M. - 10 P.M. 249 Rehoboth Avenue 227-1808 Serving Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner "Where the only thing we overlook is the ocean" Located in the award winning, Four Diamond Boardwalk Plaza Hotel, Olive Ave. & the Boardwalk, Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-0615 Open 7 days a week i THE COFFEE MILL Gourmet Beans, Espresso, Bagels, Pastries, Salads & Desserts. Gift Baskets Open Daily 7a.m.-7 p.m. 127 Rehoboth Mews Rehoboth Beacll 302-227-7530