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60 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August I - August 7, 1997 Steppin Out Continued from page 59 Street. Wednesday, Aug. 6 - Open mike night hosted by Red Letter Day (call to register). For information, call 227-6870. Potpourri Restaurant and Lounge: 316 Rehoboth Avenue. Every Wednesday (8-11 p.m.) - The Jeff Irwin Trio; Friday and Saturday - Jazz supper with Nick Wayne on piano. For information, call 227-4227. The Renegade: Route One. Weekend arrival party every Fri- day night in June features special guest DJs. Show nights with the mid-Atlantic's top female illu- sionists. A different show each week, $5 cover charge. For infor- mation, call 4713. * Savannah's: 37 Wilmington Avenue. Live jazz Thursdays and Fridays. Reggae music on Sun- days. For information, call 227- 1994. Sea Grille: Top floor of the Henlopen Hotel on the Board- walk. Dave Brand on Friday nights and Michael Howard on Saturdays. For information, call 227-2551, ext. 123. - Sea Horse: 330 Rehoboth Av- enue. Baystar Dinner Theater pre- sents "All I Need is the Girl" on Thursday nights through Aug. 16, and "Kissin' Country" on Satur- day nights until Aug. 16. For reservations or for more informa- tion, call 227-7451. Sir Guy's: 243 Rehoboth Av- enue. Tuesday nights are Wing Nights with DJ music. Friday, Aug. 1 - Carbon 14; Saturday, Aug. 2 - Montana Wildaxe; Fri- day, Aug. 8 - Living Earth; Satur- day, Aug. 9 - Hexbelt. For infor- mation, call 227-7616. The Summer House: Re- hoboth Avenue (across from city hall). Tuesdays are Mooney's Iced Tea Nights; Wednesdays - Third Annual Putting Club; Thursdays - "Bushwackers" and "Red Stripes" Night; Sundays - half-priced "Big Joe" Maher will lead his band, Big Joe and the Dy- naflows, in two performances this weekend at Sydney's Blues & Jazz Restaurant in Rehoboth Beach. The Dy- naflows are touted as "one of the best swing/blues bands in the country." Maher claims his main influences are Louis Jordan and Big Joe Turner. Showtime at Syndey's is 9:30 p.m. daiquiri party from 5-7 p.m. For information, call 227-3895. E- mall: sumhouse@dmv.com. Sydney's Blues and Jazz Restaurant: 25 Christian Street. Every Tuesday is Martini and Oyster Night with a half dozen oysters and the martini of your choice for $12. Friday and Satur- day, Aug. 1-2 - Big Joe and the Dynaflows; Sunday, Aug. 3 - Nick Wayne Trio; Tuesday, Aug. 5 - Bruce Anthony Jazz and Pop; Wednesday, Aug. 6 - Bill Kirchen and Too Much Fun ($2 cover); Thursday, Aug. 7 - Steve Hobbs Jazz Quartet ($5 cover); Friday and Saturday, Aug. 8-9 - Big Dog Band ($5 cover). For information, call 227-1339. Woody's: Christian Street. Friday, Aug. 1 - One Love; Satur- day, Aug. 2 - Eclypse. For infor- mation, call 227-2561, DEWEY BEACH Bottle & Cork: Route 1. Fri- day, Aug. 1 - The Almighty Sena- tors; Saturday, Aug. 2 - Flip Like Wilson; Monday, Aug. 4 - The Fabulous Greaseband; Friday, Aug. 8 - Steamroller Picnic; Sat- urday, Aug. 9 - Mr. Greengenes (playing at 5 p.m. jam also); Sun- day, Aug. 10 - All ages concert featuring Mr. Greengenes, Mango Soles, The Vibe and more (Pro- ceeds to benefit Dewey Beach town hall/police station expansion efforts); Monday, Aug. 11 - The Fabulous Greaseband. For infor- mation, call 227-8545. Jigger's: Route 1. Every Thursday - Lucky Linde from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. For information, call 226-1229. Rusty Rudder: Dickinson Street. Friday, Aug. 1 - One Step Beyond; Saturday, Aug. 2 - Rud- der DJ; Monday, Aug. 4 - George Wesley Band; Wednesday, Aug. 6 - Kathie Martin; Thursday, Aug. 7 - Love Seed Mama Jump; Friday, Aug. 8 - Crushing Day; Saturday, Aug. 9 - Rudder DJ. For informa- tion, call 227-3888. Starboard: Route 1 and Saulsbury St. DJ music every Fri- day and Saturday. For informa- tion, call 227-1958. LEWES Irish Eyes at Anglers: An- glers Road. Friday, Aug. 1 - vinyl shockley; Saturday, Aug. 2 - The Beatless; Thursday, Aug. 7 - The Mighty Chihuahuas; Friday, Aug. 8 - My Dog Lucky; Saturday, Aug. 9 - The Mighty Chihuahuas. For information, call 645-6888. Kupchick's: Bay Avenue. every Friday and Saturday -jazz vibes with Bernard Sweetney; For information, call 645-0420. Lighthouse: Anglers Road. Friday, Aug. 1 - DJ Capt. Joe and Jack Dawack from 103.5 "The Shark"; Saturday, Aug. 2 - Lex Bayard (Beach Bully); Thursday, Aug. 7 - DJ Capt. Joe; Friday, Aug 8 - DJ Capt. Joe and Jack Dawack from 103.5 "The Shark"; Saturday, Aug. 9 - The Damn Cats; Thursday, Aug. 14 - DJ Capt. Joe; Friday, Aug. 15 - DJ Capt. Joe and Jack Dawack from 103.5 "The Shark"; Saturday, Aug. 16 - Linde Bakke. For infor- mation, call 645-6271. Roadsters: Savannah Road. Friday, Aug. 1 - The Convertibles; Saturday, Aug. 2 - The Wise Guys; Sunday, Aug. 3 - The Damn Cats. For information, call 645-1957. Rose and Crown: Second Street. Every Thursday - Open mike night with 4-Way Street. Every Friday - Karaoke by Starry Nite. Saturday, Aug. 2 - Shockley and Mack Brothers; Wednesday, Aug. 6 - DJ EROCK; Saturday, Aug. 9 - The Wise Guys; Wednes- day, Aug. 13 - Blue Raven. For information, call 645-2373. BETHANY BEACH Harbor Lights Restaurant: Route I, one mile south of the In- dian River Inlet. Friday, Aug. 1 - The Tom Larsen Blues Band; Sat- urday, Aug. 2 - Blue Junction; Fri- day and Saturday, Aug. 8-9 - Car- bon 14. Call 539-3061 for infor- mation LONG NECK Crab Barn: Long Neck Road. Every Wednesday - Ladies' Night with Debbie Lind on the deck and Continued on page 61 "Where the only thing we overlook is the ocean." Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. Complete Wine List Here is a sampling from the Dinner Menu: Center-cut New York strip steak, I ]Jumbo gulf shrimp and lanjo sea scallops I charbroiled, topped with a wild I JblackenedintraditionalNewOdeansslyle[ mushroom duxell and finished with a I land served atop a fine roasted red popper[ Vim Rosso sauce. Served with Holstein I Isauce. Fettucini in a pesto a cream sauce potatoes and fresh vegetables. [ land fresh vegetables finish this entred. I I I Boneless breast of capon with apple walnut stuffing, baked until golden brown and topped with a Grand Marnier sauce. Accompanied by fresh vegetables. Suggested Wine-White Medol, Foct,t De France, Franoe The classic combination- broiled cold- Nater lobster tail and charbroiled 8 ounce let mignon, served with lemon rosemary rzo and fresh vegetables. 1 Sed & Turf-tdosler v/lib crab irnperial and fdet. ='tulted Twin Taib- Tv/ Iobsler tais stulfed with crab impial. Suggested Win- Shiraz, I.indmans, Ausra Salmon, poached in a light fum6 then[ IOven-roasted, lull rack of lamb seasoned nestled atop fresh asparagus spears, I I wit h 7-grain mustard and. bread crumbs, I topped with sautded jumbo lumpl [accented with tri-colored sauces and I crabmeat and holtandaise sauce.I Accompanied by fresh vegetables and I I served with wild rice timbale and fresh I lemon rosemary orzo. j Jvegetables. I Suggested Wke- Pouil Fuisse, Clos Ress=er, France J J Suggested Wine- Merlot, Tessera, California J Stlyle. Grace, 6'00,phistication In the Four Diamond .... Boardwalk Plaza Hotel . Olive Ave. & The Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach 227-0615