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Cape Cuisine Outback prides itself on a "no rules, Just right" philosophy. Offering happy hour spe- cials and an upbeat atmosphere, Outback has become famous for its consistent quali- ty and service. Curbside take-away service is also available. Enter through Ames' park- ing lot, and then turn left. www.outback. com. Pasqualini's Bakery 101 Atlantic Ave. 227-2111 From cinnamon cream cheese muffins. award-winning cakes, homemade pies and angel filled donuts, Pasqualini's Bakery is the good, old-fashioned bakery that will make your mouth water. For wedding cakes, pastries and pies, call Pasqualinfs or visit its website, www.pasqualinls.com. Purple Parrot 247 Rehoboth Ave. 226-1339 The Purple Parrot offers daily specials on its famous prime rib and pasta. A fun, casual atmosphere complements a menu offering a happy medium between fast food and gourmet. A selection of healthy dishes, such as grilled beef or chicken faJitas, Oriental stir-fry and salmon dishes. For a taste of the sea, try the restaurant's Jumbo lump crab cakes. Red Square 162 Rehoboth Ave. 226-SQUARE An upscale Russian restaurant in the heart of downtown Rehoboth, Red Square offers exotic smoked meats, including smoked wild boar, buffalo, venison, goose. duck and pheasant. A wide selection of fine imported caviar. A caviar and martini bar is also showcased. S [ I-au,'ante alero coastal mediterranean Restaurante Salero Boardwalk, Henlopen Hotel 227-8630 Chef-proprietors Eric McGrath and Dave Horton combined creative energies to debut their coastal Mediterranean restaurant in 2001. Menu features Clams Cataplana, lit- tlenecks stewed in spicy Pcrnod, gratinee of bastion shellfish, Veal Costelletto and day boat halibut served with lemon-cured coat cheese and asparagus risotto. Daily spe- cials, comprehensive wine and martini list and happy hour in the lounge. Reserva- tions. I I I RESTAURA.NT A.D PUB Sir Guy's 243 Rehoboth Ave. 227-7616 Rehobeth's only Grand Cayman eatery and sports pub, Sir Guy's Pub & Restaurant in Rehoboth Beach is noted for an upbeat atmosphere, Island-inspired cuisine, afford- able prices and live entertainment. The restaurant and bar features fish and chips, conch fritters, jerk filet mignon, coconut- fried shrimp and more. Specials featured, wide selection of beer on tap and in bottles. o Stoney Lonen Wilmington Ave. and Second St. 227-2664 This quaint old beach cottage conveys the cozy atmosphere of an Irish restaurant by the sea. Menu features moderately priced grilled flsh entrs as well as sand- wiches, pastas and steaks. Signature dish- es include grilled rockfish with roasted corn and crab salsa, pan-blackened halibut with grilled asparagus over a tomato and field green salad and Asian barbecued shrimp. Entres range in price from 812-818. A wide selection of quality wines and beer is avail- able in addition to a full bar. Open at 5 p.m. year round, seven days in summer. Reservations for large parties. Children's menu available. Sugar Plum 57 Wilmington Ave. 227-2699 Traditional breakfast, including hot cakes, home fries and all kinds of eggs and l l omelets. Belgian waffles, both buttermilk and multigrain, and breakfasts feature flesh fruits and fruit compotes. Coffee to go with quick breakfast items, including New York bagels and homemade muffins and pastries. Requests for specialty items, volume pas- tries and cakes available. xxtv Zo# THE SALOON, fWAIeOOD &  HOUSB Third Edition 59 Lake Ave. 227-6121 A casually chic establishment showcas- ing all-American cuisine and live entertain- ment, Spacious bar, dance floor and fire- place with adjoining dining areas. Extensive wine list complements an innovative selec- tion of soups, salads, pasta, entrSes and sandwiches. Daily specials. Live entertain- ment. ReservaUons. Tijuana Taxi 207 Rehoboth Ave. 227-1986 Well-known for its fine Mexican fare. including sizzling faJitas, ldller margaritas and a festive bar, this colorful cantina serves its specialties year-round in the heart of Rehoboth Beach. Full selection of burritos, chimlchangas, tacos and other flavorful fare is featured, as well as soups, salads, starters and desserts. Victorla's Olive Avenue and the Boardwalk 227-0615 Victoria's Restaurant, located on the Boardwalk at Olive Avenue In Rehoboth Beach, is revered for its elegant atmosphere and creative cuisine. A comprehensive wlne list complements menu selections, as does the restaurant's dessert menu. Patrons will also enjoy the spacious Plaza Pub, which features outdoor patio seating on the Boardwalk and indoor seating where patrons can enjoy a fiat screen TV. P,m AllAH |IIT/O Yum Yum J 37 Wilmington Ave. 226-0400 Calling on elements of Thai. Vietnamese, Chinese, Korean, Cambodian and Malaysian cuisine, Yum Yum serves its creative dishes in an energizing atmosphere. Spacious indoor dining room wraps around an out- door courtyard. Small and large plates range In flavor from delicate to explosive. Diverse wine list, late night "Dim Sum and Then Sum" menu and bar. Prices range, 84- 9.50 for small plates; $13-819 for large plates. Reservations. Cape Cuisine offers our readers a comprehen- sive guide to local restaurants. Call 645-7700 for information.