Last year, if you’d asked me to describe the type of shops we have in Cape May, I would’ve said they’re largely geared toward our summer visitors: t-shirt shops, souvenir shops with “Cape May” emblazoned on knick-knacks, the quintessential surf shops. But last summer, the 500 block of the Washington Street Mall welcomed Galvanic, a… Read more »
Every year, we round up the changes in Cape May that we’ve seen since last summer, including new businesses that have opened up, familiar names that have closed, and businesses that have changed location. This year, we’re adding renovations into the mix. Is something missing from our list? Let us know and we’ll add it!… Read more »
Spotted this new specialty grocery store down Liberty Way during my walk in this morning.
If you haven’t been there yet, be sure to check out Cape May Peanut Butter Co. the next time you’re in town. In addition to freshly ground nut butters (I love the Honey Roasted Peanut and Sunflower), they also make a classic PBJ, smoothies, and some of the best peanut butter cookies I’ve ever had.… Read more »
The Beach House, which took over the building formerly known as Henry’s on the Beach, will operate as Angelo’s Restaurant. No scoop on the menu, unless what’s painted above the windows (pizza, soft drinks, ice cream, sandwiches, seafood) will be true again this year.