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New and newer - bigger and better! FINS in downtown Rehoboth is gearing up for a major remodel to increase seating from 114 to 187, and make the restaurant more handicapped-friendly. Agave in Lewes will add 2000 sf to their restaurant (did I hear a collective cheer?) taking over the space vacated by the Habersham Peddler; and, Gilligan's on the canal is being torn down for a complete rebuild this winter.

As I write this, the second Grandpa (MAC), pasta purveyor extraordinaire, is open as of today next to Starbucks and Pier 1 on Route 1. The Rehoboth Foodie reports that the owners of Pig & Fish and Pickled Pig Pub will open a new restaurant in the Beacon Motel in Lewes called The Pig & Publican. And the building near the intersection of Route 1 & 24 that will house the new Rosenfeld's Deli is well under way.

Already open is El Azteca and it's one of my new faves. It's close to my office and offers good food, friendly service and great prices. What's not to love? For happy hour they have the cutest flight of margaritas, but be warned! Even four small samplings pack a punch. Remember the drinks at Tijuana Taxi? If I managed to finish two of their 'ritas, I'd hand over my keys. El Azteca is reminiscent of that...

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Deb Griffin
Deb Griffin, REALTOR®

Associate Broker, CRS, e-PRO®
2014 Delaware Five Star Agent
Direct: 302.858.3960
Email: debsmyagent@thedelawarebeaches.com

Hello! My name is Deb Griffin and I head up the Sand, Sun & Fun team here at Maggio Shields.

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Celeste Beaupré, REALTOR®

Direct: 703.772.6635
Email: celeste.beaupre@gmail.com

Celeste Beaupré has recently joined the Maggio Shields Real Estate Brokerage. She brings several years of experience in the Real Estate business in both Residential Sales and Real Estate Investment.

Maggio Shields Real Estate 
37169 Rehoboth Avenue, Suite 11
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
Office: 302.226.3770 Fax: 866.862.9476
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Bathroom Trends for 2016

Bathroom remodels can be tricky because you often don’t have a lot of space to work with. Before I lived at the beach, we had a small 1950s ranch in Silver Spring, Maryland. Redoing the bathroom was a must because there were four different colors of tile competing for our attention. We stripped it to the studs and put in all new tile (except for the floor which was a beautiful black and white vintage tile). In hindsight, that damn floor never did look clean next to the new tilework, so lesson learned. Here’s some fun bathroom trends for 2016: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/56760332/list/15-bathroom-trends-splashing-down-in-2016