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Cape May Restaurant Week kicks off

photo-fishCape May Restaurant Week kicked off yesterday and runs through June 12. If you’ve never taken part in our annual event, this is a great year to try it.

How does it work? Visit any of our 27 participating restaurants. The dates and times are listed on the event website, though nearly all of them participate the full week. There are no tickets for this event, though we strongly encourage reservations, where available.

Once you’re at the restaurant, you’ll be presented with the Restaurant Week menu (you should never have to ask for it). Then, choose your appetizer, entree, and dessert from a fixed-price menu. Dinner prices vary from $25 to $35 per person (not including beverages, tax, or gratuity). Portions and selections are representative of the restaurant’s regular menu – you will not leave hungry! And if not everyone at your table wants to partake, that’s no problem, because the regular menu is available as well.

A handful of restaurants offer at 2-course lunch for $15 (appetizer and entree, or entree and dessert).

Visit cmrestaurantweek.com for menus, times, and reservations.

This year’s participating restaurants:

410 Bank Street
A Ca Mia
Aleathea’s
Black Duck on Sunset
Blue Pig Tavern
Carney’s
Coastal Blue Oceanside Bar and Grill
Ebbitt Room
Fins Bar and Grill
Frescos
Godmothers
Good Earth Organic Eatery
Hemingway’s
Island Grill
Lobster House
Mad Batter
Marie Nicole’s
Merion Inn
Peter Shields
Saltwater Cafe
Sapore Italiano
SeaSalt Restaurant
That’s Amore
Tisha’s
Two Mile Landing
Union Park
Washington Inn

Cape May Restaurant Week’s preferred lodging sponsor is The Mooring B&B.