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36 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30- MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2012 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE Cape Gazette Crab Rangoon. And it tastes as good as it looks. Eating t Continued from page 33 veteran of Bethany's Parkway restaurant. Internationally fla- vored music floats in the back- ground as the illuminated-from- below onyx-topped bar casts a . soft glow on bar patrons - some of whom actually end up glow- ing on their own after a few of Tia's creative cocktails. The menu is divided into six sections. Roasted bronzini with black quinoa shares the list with seafood mac 'n' cheese, flied Boursin cheese balls, crab Ran- goon, bison sliders, a decon- structed cheesesteak, and an oc- topus pizza with coconut curry sauce. Last week's dessert spe- cial was chocolate-dipped ba- con. (Don't knock it 'til you've tried it.) Tia Sexton continues to wow diners from Ocean City all the way to Dover. 14 Global is at 14 (what else?) Pennsylvania Ave. in Bethany Beach, next to the post office. It is presently open for dinner Wednesday through Sunday, plus lunch on Saturdays and Sundays. Of course, this is the beach, so always double check at 302-616-1035. Bob Yesbek is a serial foodie and can be reached at byesbek@capegazette.com. oak-aged organic blueberry Keep it local with Holiday Trunk Show wine," said Suzette Hopkins, NVV co-owner. "This wine will at Nassau Valley Vineyards Dec. 2 make a fabulous holiday gift es- pecially when paired with a Delaware's premier award- support locally owned business- beautifulb]ue cheese and toasted winning winery, Nassau Valley es which use sustainable re- French bread. Stock up on Vineyards, will keep it local by sources, employlocalpeople and award-winning wihes, made hosting a Holiday Trunk Show serve primarily local customers." start to finish right here in Sunday, Dec. 2, showcasing small This event runs from noon to 5 Lewes! Need wine gadgets for businesses, their products and p.m. with free wine tasting, a the wine aficionados on your services in time for holiday gift fashion show, home beer brew- list? We've got those and other giving, ing demo and more. "We will al- great gift ideas." According to Nassau Valley so include tastings of our limited For fashionistas, the show Vineyards co-owner Peggy Ra- cache of 2010 Nassau Valley starts at 2 p.m., featuring chip leT-Ward, "To go local means to Blueberry Reserve, our semi-dry, Continued on page 39 For friendly,