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Restaurant Roundup Maxime Ribera, the former chef at Marco Polo, has branched out by himself and opened Maxime's Bistrot at 317 N Collier. Serving continental style cuisine with a wide range of appetizers and entrees, he adds another island chic restaurant to our list. Two new delis have also opened, or are pretty close to opening, near the Bald Eagle/ N Collier intersection. Firstly, Davide's Italian Café & Deli has taken over the spot previously occupied by Black Truffl e just along from Bealls. Davide is currently a server at DaVinci's and will be opening the deli in January. They will be serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Zsa Zsa's Gourmet Deli & Market has opened at 760 N Collier, where the water company offi ces used to be. They will have a few tables and will be open from 10am to 6pm. What's New? Keep up to date with what's happening on Marco Island Fortunes is back open under new owner-ship as a full service bar called Fortunes Bar & Eatery. An American cuisine style restaurant, The Dish at Marco Island will also be located next door at 1000 N Collier. Casa Mia at Lakeside Inn has recently started serving Sunday brunch, enabling you to sample a full range of breakfast items and bloody Mary's or mimosas while watching the wildlife on Marco Lake. Or, if you fancy a short drive through the Everglades before breakfast, Port of the Islands Resort & Marina has opened for breakfast again. At $ 4.50 per person it should be well worth the drive! Chefs' Express now has indoor seating for inclement weather, cooking shows with Chef Annie and karaoke. Stop by and join in the fun at this colorful laid back Key West- style restaurant. See page 23 for more! Page 8 www. marcoreview. com New Year 2010