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. k , ....... 76 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 10 - October 16, 1997 We Deliver! Call 227-FAST Grotto00zza the legendary taste If food could talk, it would say... J T'g6 2JC ff.STAU2fe Open daily from 6 p.m. 50 Wilmington Ave., Rehoboth Beach 226-1940 IRISH EYES ROUND FOR tl0AE 0t PLEASE SEE OUR DISPLAY AO IN THIS WEEK'S CMIE GAZETTE ANGLERS ROAD, LEWES HARBOR 645-6888 210 Second St., Rehoboth Beach j3abulous 11 jeature now in effect Open Thursday-Sunday from 5:30 p.m. Reservations - 227-6494 Happy Hour 4 - 7 Thursday. Monday Dinner from 6p.m. 226-1999 Open Year Round 234 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach Restaurants Specializing in Seafood & Steaks Long Neck Rehoboth Beach 945-8900 227-6700 10% Take 10% off with this ad. Exdudes Take Out, Delivery & any other discounts. 8 N. 1st St., Rehoboth 227-6211 RESTAIJR.ANT 8( PUB Lunch Dinner Breakfast Saturday and Sunday Voted Best BEER Selection Call for reservations 108 Second St., Lewes 645-2373 Lamp III B,,,h, I I ,J I II (lU) IlI-IIU , I The award-winning Chez La Mer Restaurant & Lounge was established nearly two decades ago. Chez La Mer is a superior choice for atmosphere and cuisine One of the first upscale dining spots to be estab- lished in the resort area nearly two decades ago, Chez La Mer maintains its reputation as an award- winning establishment for atmosphere and cuisine. Currently open Thursday through Sunday from 5:30 p.m., Chez La Mer is located at the comer of Second Street and Wilmington Avenue. Owner Nancy Wolfe was inspired by her visits to the south of France back in the late 1970s, and decided that Provence would be the focus of the atmosphere and cuisine of the restaurant. Today, the menu still includes the flavor of French/continental cuisine, with a strong emphasis on regional seafood. Loyal customers return year after year with the knowledge that consistency is one of Chez La Mer's trademarks. Head Chef Ellen Mackenzie has been with the restaurant 10 years. A number of signature dishes have weathered the test of time and still impart the flavor of the south of France, including the bouillabaisse, a rich seafood stew. The menu, which changes on a seasonal basis, currently showcases many exceptional selections. Patrons may decide to begin their meal with duck barley soup, salmon gravlox (house-cured salmon rosettes with a whole grain mustard and dill sauce, capers and croutons) or steamed local mussels with white wine, garlic, tomatoes and fresh herbs. Items, which diners may peruse under the entree heading, include a shank of lamb braised in red wine and tomatoes and served with a mushroom risotto, a grilled tuna fillet with a roasted garlic and basil cream and angel hair pasta, or roast Long Island duckling, partially deboned, accompanied by a rich rosemary and juniper duck sauce and a pear, apricot and red onion compote and wild rice pilaf. Other seafood selections include baked shrimp with a fennel-laced crab and vegetable stuffing, glazed with a rich hollandaise, or sauteed filet of salmon, dusted in curry and presented with a roasted red pepper and mango coulis and steamed couscous. The "Fabulous Fall Feature," which is currently offered at the restaurant, includes soup, a caesar or green salad, an entree and coffee or tea for a mere $22. With so many delectable appetizer and entree selections to choose from, it may be difficult to save room for dessert - but it's worth it. A homemade pear-ginger ice cream served in a handmade pecan lace cookie cup with caramel sauce, and dark chocolate souffle cake with white chocolate "lava" are just two of Chez La Mer's perfect endings. The knowledgeable service staff can also suggest a selection from the award-winning wine list, which is composed mainly of California and French vin- tages at moderate prices. The restaurant has received an Award of Excellence from Wine Specta- tor magazine every year since 1993. Be sure to enjoy Jazz Festival at Chez La Mer, where the featured artist on Friday, Oct. 17, will be solo jazz guitarist Van Williamson from 7 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18, will showcase the talent of the Craig Graham Trio from 7 to 11 p.m. Chez La Mer: Second-Street and Wilmington Avenue, Rehoboth Beach; serving dinner only. Now open Thursday through Sunday at 5:30 p.m. Three charming and romantic dining areas and an outdoor deck. Reservations accepted. Call 227-6494. I Famous for our Hot Oven I Grinders, Subs, Gyros & Salads I NOW OPEN DAILY Give us a call - Pick Up in 10 minutes 11 Rehoboth Ave. 227-6002 Cape Cuisine dishes up the best about local restaurants. Call 645-7700 for information. NTE Dinner se d/ 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Closed Tuesday 32 Lake Ave Rehoboth Beoch 302-226-1160 For Reservations Across from Fran O'Bdens m mr, K4 fl;BD4 T AND  T J'om 11:30 am. Olive Avenue & The Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach 227-6261 LEWES SNEWESTP00C00, Serving lunch from noon until 3 p.m. & Dinner from 5:30-10 p.m. 115 W. Second Street Lewes " 644-4121 t!.J Dinner ServedNightly 5-10 Lunch Served Sat. & Sun. Noon - 5 p.m. 207 Rehoboth Ave. 227-1986 4.,luuPo ogum 645-8273 Midway Shopping Center DALLY LUNCH SPECIALS Serving Lunch & Dinner Daily 24 [.2c1.: w4h Avenue. Dchd xh ['xrh, Dr: IqqTI (5GJ)--616 Serving Bresklast, Lunch, & Dinner "tll#l. I/ e,d t/m we ee/eek .- / ecean" Located in the award winning, Four Diamond Boardwalk Plaza Hofel, Olive Ave. & the Boardwalk, Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-0615 Open 7 days a week  i'lLe'-,t e,, &Restaurant "1  "A Neat Place To Meet" ' Lunch & Dinner I Happy Hour 3-7 Men.-Frt. [ Breakfast Buffet Sunday 9 a.m. - I p.m. litesexmttons secepted Pedd]er's Vle Rt. 24. ],ewes, DE (3om4s-4o70