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96 - CAPE GAZETte, Friday, Nov. 8 - Nov. 14, 2002 Cape Cuisine lnates the innovative offerings, yet landlub- bers will also be satisfied. The restaurant's diverse menu offers large portions and fam- ily prices in an elegant setting. Serving breakfast and dinner. Big Fish Grill Route 1 227-FISH This award-winning family restaurant has netted the title of best seafood at the beach in the *Delaware Today" magazine reader's poll every year since opening in 1997. Fresh seafood, steaks, salads and pasta. Open seven days a week at 5 p.m. Caf6 Baltimore Avenue at Mariners Square 227-7107 Award winning cuisine is served year round at this Best of Delaware restaurant. Enjoy a wide offering of lunch and dinner specialties, such as crab cakes and seafood entrees. Tuesday nights feature half-price entres with half bottles of wine, and Thursday nights feature live Jazz. Closed Mondays off-season; open every day for lunch at 11 a.m.; dinner at 5 p.m. Celsius 50 Wilmington Ave. 227-5767 An upscale restaurant offering creative cuisine in a colorful atmosphere, Celsius features signature dishes, an award-win- ning wine list and desserts from its conven= lent downtown location. Among its signa- ture French dishes axe bouillabaisse and seafood crepes. An innovative tapas menu is also featured. While Celsius offers a din- ner menu that ranges in price from 815-$25, the restaurant also highlights a pre-fixe Sunday brunch for a mere $I0. Dinner served nightly; Sunday brunch. Reserva- Uons. Cloud 9 234 Rehoboth Ave. 226-1999 Cloud 9 offers a creative combination of flavorful food served by a friendly staff. Patrons are sure to enjoy a Cloud 9 cosmo while dining on the paUo. Thursday night is buy-one-entree, get-one-entr6e free and Monday night is half-price-pasta. Karaoke every Thursday at 9 p.m. Open daffy. Happy hour at 4 p.m.; dinner at 6 p.m. Reservations suggested. Coffee Mill Rehoboth Mews 227-7530 Situated in the quaint Rehoboth Mews walking mall in downtown Rehoboth Beach, the Coffee Mill features an upbeat atmos- phere and pleasing array of coffees, teas and upscale gift items. Contemporary and mod- ern kitchenware, hand-painted mugs, gift baskets, gift cards and candles are also fea- tured, as well as an assortment of home- made pastries and bagels. Relaxing indoor sitting area and outside tables. Internet access Crab Barn Route 1 227-6700 The Crab Barn features mouthwatering seafood, including steamed crabs and shrimp, as well as a variety of appetizers, sandwiches and kids' favorites. Prime rib, barbecued pork ribs, chicken and certified Black Angus steaks are also featured. Happy hour daffy, 3-7 p.m. with a free buf- fet and reduced drink prices. Entree prices range from $10.95-$22.95. Dogfish Head 320 Rehoboth Ave. 226-BREW The menu at Delaxware's first brewpub features local seafoodi, steaks and unique gourmet pizzas cooked[ over a wood-burnlng grill. The brewpub offe.'rs homemade beer In small batch runs and menu selections that include fresh fish saradwiches topped with funky salsas, homematde ice cream sundaes topped with stout and caramel sauce and other favorites. Half-gallon "growlers" of ale available to go. Lunch and dinner. Live, original entertainment on weekends. Prices range 87-819. acvp Cam Dos Ix)cos 10 North First St. 227-3353 Authentic, innovative Mexican seafood restaurant served in a warm, friendly set- ting. conveniently located downtown. Specializing in Mexican style seafood, chick- en and beef dishes including fajltas, fish tacos, crab quesadillas and skewered shrimp priced $5-$16. Cantina offers an extensive line of tequilas, Mexican beers, margaritas and housemade passion fruit sangria. Eden 122 Rehoboth Ave. 227-3330 Bold American food presented in a casu- ally upscale setting, Eden is situated in downtown Rehoboth Beach, next to South Moon Under. Revered for its wide array of pasta, seafood, vegetarian, chops and steak, the establishment offers lunch and dinner menus, as well as a wine and martini bar with comprehensive selection of spirits. Sunday brunch. Eden presents live enter- tainment on the weekends. Reservations. Irish Eyes 52B Rehoboth Ave. 227-5758 A traditional Irish pub setting is comple- mented by dishes such as corned beef and cabbage, crisp, beer-battered cod flsh with chips and catch of the day. Overstuffed sandwiches at lunch and dinner include Murphy's Melt, a smoked turkey extrava- ganza on pumpernickel. Burger night offers the taste treats for $4.99 Wednesdays. I:XJ music Friday and Saturday nights. New and improved Sunday brunch features choices from menu. One dollar bloody marys and mimosas. iiili00 00iiiii00 00iiii Jake's Seafood House Baltimore & First sts. 227-6237 Specializing in fresh, local seafood. dake's Seafood House is located at the cor- ner of Baltimore and First streets. The fam- ily friendly restaurant is revered for its qual- ity and service. Offering a wide variety of seafood specialties, dake's beasts award- winning crab cakes. Open for lunch and dinner with a children's menu. Just in Thyme Robinson Ave. 227-3100 Embarking on its fifth season in Rehoboth Beach. J.I.T. features a bevy of regional favorites for dinner, including fresh seafood, beef. veal and poultry specialties. Popular Sunday brunch. Spacious lounge adjoins maln dining area. Entr6es range in price, 812.50 to $26. Early bird menu offers $5 discount from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Comprehen- sive wine list, fresh pastry tray featured. Reservations. l00ca0000ea Nicola Pizza North First Street 226-BOLI Millions of people each year enjoy Nit-O- Bolis, spaghetti with homemade meatballs and mouthwatering pizza at Nicola Pizza in Rehoboth Beach. Famous for its pizza, Nic- O-Bolis and spaghetti with homemade meat- balls, Nicola has thrived at its downtown location since its opening in 1971. The casual, friendly atmosphere is a trademark of the establishment. A hearth brick oven imparts a unique flavor. Take out, dine-in and delivery offered. Outback Steakhouse 4310 Highway One 227-4858 This Australian themed steak house offers a wide selection of steaks seasoned and seared, as well as fresh fish, chicken. pasta, burgers, salads and grilled favorites. Featuring homemade dressings and sauces,