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Category: Business

Nick Filet opens on Beach Avenue

Earlier today, my husband, AJ, called asking if I’d like to have lunch at the new Nick Filet on Beach Avenue that opened yesterday. I, of course, said yes since I hadn’t packed lunch! Once we got to Beach and Jackson, we could see a line out the door and worried the wait would be… Read more »


The rise of reusable and paper straws in Cape May

It’s no secret that our environment has been going through some drastic changes. Staying up to date with the ever-growing and ever-improving reduce, reuse, and recycle can feel overwhelming. It can be difficult to truly limit your waste and plastic usage⁠—you are not alone! Chances are you have recently walked into a coffee shop or… Read more »


A look inside the new Boarding House

Yesterday morning, we stood in pleasant 72-degree weather to celebrate the ribbon cutting ceremony at Boarding House, Cape May’s newest hotel. This past winter, the former Cape Winds  — now owned by the Hirsch family of Montreal Beach Resort — underwent a complete renovation, down to concrete and studs, and transformed into a modern surf-inspired… Read more »


Quirk & Co. relocates to the Washington Street Mall

We are well into the holiday shopping season. Some of you might be done with your gift shopping – very impressive! Others may just be getting started. Not to worry. Down in Cape May, there is an endless supply of gift ideas for family, friends, or that special someone. Quirk & Co. is a shop… Read more »


Two new hotels coming to Cape May in 2019

Another summer season has come to a close and change is already upon us, but exciting things are in store for 2019. The Cape Winds Motel on Lafayette closed its doors this month and will undergo a total renovation over the winter, reopening next summer as the surf-inspired Boarding House. Philadelphia firm DAS Architects is… Read more »