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68 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 26 - October 2. 1997 If food oou/d talk, # would say... FuSioIv Open daffy from 6 p.m. 50 Wilmington Ave., Rehoboth Beach 226-}940 IRISH EYES YEAR ROUND FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE SEE OUR DISPLAY AO IN THIS WEEK'S CAPE GAZETTE ANGLERS ROAD, LEWES HARBOR 645-6888 .d" M., 4-._/'o, 210 Second St., Rehoboth Beach eelehrating owr 18th Seaso Dinner served nightly from 5:30 p.m. Reservations- 227-6494 Happy Hour 4 - 7 Thursday. Monday Dinner from 6 p.m. 226-1999 Open Year Round 234 Rehoboth Ave,, Rehoboth Beach Restaurants Specializing in Seafood & Steaks Long Neck Rehoboth Beach 945-8900 227-6700 Take 10% off with this ad. Excludes Take Out, Delivery & any other discounts. 8 N. 1st St., Rehoboth 227-6211 RESTAURANT & PUB * Lunch * Dinner Breakfast Saturday and Sunday Voted Best BEER Selection Call for reservations 108 Second St,, Lewes 645-2373 Sir Guy's Restaurant and Pub is situated on Rehoboth Avenue. The British West Indies meet the Caribbean at Sir Guy's in Rehoboth The British West Indies meet the Caribbean when you visit Sir Guy's Restaurant and Pub in Rehoboth Beach. Situated on Rehoboth Avenue, the establishment has gained quite an impressive fol- lowing since its opening six years ago. Owned by cousins John O'Hazza and Jamie Waple and their spouses, Terry O'Hazza and Angela Waple, Sir Guy's is frequented by locals and visitors alike year-round: Sir Guy's specialty items include appetizers such as Buffalo wings, jerk chicken, chicken quesedillas and conch fritters. Lunch favorites include Sir Guy's famous fish and chips and the Jammin' Burger seasoned with authentic island spices and served on an onion dill roll. The salmon burger is a healthy choice for a deli- cious, low fat meal, or choose from an array of sal- ads. There's a chicken salad platter as well as large house, spinach and Caesar salads which can be topped off with grilled chicken breast or grilled tuna, and the chef's salad. Low fat soups are also offered and dishes can be served with cole slaw or a side salad rather than fries. The Jerk filet mignon, coconut fried shrimp in a coconut batter and the Cayman-style fish of the day served with peppers, onions and tomatoes remain high on the list of menu options. Sir Guy's famous Sheperd's Pie is the perfect thing to warm up a chilly night. Every Friday and Saturday night, Sir Guy's fea- tures a stellar lineup of live entertainment. Sir Guy's is a noted venue for featuring primarily origi- nal, new artists. In addition, every month Sir Guy's is host to a "Full Moon Saloon Party" with drink specials and live entertainment. Monday's lunch special includes a half of a club sandwich and your choice of soup for only $5.50, while Monday nights are your chance to guess the weight of the "Monster Lobster" during the football game and enjoy a complimentary buffet. Tuesdays are the ever-popular Wing Night with $2.50 per dozen wings. Thursday is-Burger Day with $4 burgers (including Jammin' Burgers, as well as salmon, veggie, turkey and spicy black bean burgers) and Thursday night is "Locals Mug Night" from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. with special drink prices with a Sir Guy's mug. "Lazy Sundays" feature $1.50 mimosas and $2 Bloody Marys as well as $5 pot pies and half pounds of steamed shrimp. Sir Guy's features its appetizer and lunch menu late night every night. This weekend's live entertainment includes The Nazarites on Friday, Sept. 26, and Hexbelt on Satur- day, Sept. 27. Sir Guy's Restaurant and Pub: 243 Rehoboth Ave., open 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. all week long. Serv- ing lunch, salads and appetizers until 1 a.m. and dinner from 5-10 p.m. Call 227-7616. 7 Famous for our Hot Oven Grinders, Subs, Gyros & Salads NOW OPEN DALLY Give us a call. Pick Up in 10 minutes 11 Rehoboth Ave. * 227-6002 NTE " :inner iwed  5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Closed Tuesday 32 Lake Ave. Rehoboth Beach 302-226-1160 For Reservations Across from Fran O'Bflens m nt r, IATflRhATAIT from 11:J0 am. Olive Avenue & The Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach 227-6261 LEWES'S NEWEST PLACE! Serving lunch from noon until 3 p.m, 115 WdiiLewes " Dinner ServedNightly 5-10 Lunch Served Sat. & Sun. Noon - 5 p.m. 207 Rehoboth Ave. 227-1986 .--.10 .,lmw@ 0 liB----- 645-8273 Midway Shopping Center DALLY LUNCH SPECIALS Serving Lunch & Dinner Daily 24 [choLxh Avcnuc, [2ehob, olh beach, DE lqOTI 00-/-7616 Serving Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner "Where the onby thing we orrlook Is the oceon  Located in the award winning, Four Diamond Boardwalk Plaza Hotel, Olive Ave. & the Boardwalk, Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-0615 Open 7 days a week ,-7,r L'S. /, -0'"l ?& Restaurant - 1  "A Neat Place To Meet" -- --I .,OPEFsNt a b L:Fd IR098 7 UND Lunch & Dinner  Served Daily Happy Hour 3-7 Mon.-Frl. J Breakfast Buffet Sunday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Reservations accepted Peddler's Village Rt. 24, Lewes, DE (302}945-4070