We’re excited to bring you the eighth Cape May Restaurant Week, today through June 7th, featuring fixed-price dining at Cape May’s best restaurants. If you’ve ever wanted to try some place new, this is the time to do it. Our lunch tier is just $15 and includes an appetizer or dessert and an entree. Dinner… Read more »
With its panoramic views of the Atlantic, stately Georgian Revival architecture, and fine dining, The Peter Shields has stood out from the sea of restaurants historically.
George’s Place is a small 10-table Greek restaurant in Cape May that looks like a diner during the day and feels like a taverna at night. “Oopa!”– Greek for “Cheers” – is spoken here.
In a town full of fine-dining establishments, outdoor eateries and landmark bars, Lucky Bones carved out a culinary niche by serving gourmet fare in a fun, casual setting.
The Laudemans: Still making waves in fishing
We visited Martini Beach twice this spring, and were delighted by its variety of ethnic dishes. While India’s influence is evident, John is democratic about representing other regions such as Asia and the Mediterranean.
We have the scoop on the best parties in town.
Find out who’s serving dinner on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s in Cape May, NJ. We also have the scoop on the best New Year’s Eve parties on the island!
“We’re still here.” Scott Abendschein said with a smile. This year Godmothers Restaurant begins a ninth season under the direction and ownership of Scott and Kathy Abendschein. Ten years ago, the Abendscheins enjoyed a successful catering business on the Main Line in Pennsylvania. But since everything they did was “off-site,” they felt a need for… Read more »
Chef Paul Negro of Tisha’s Restaurant was a mechanic restoring Porches in South Philadelphia when his mother, Tisha, a graduate of the Restaurant School in Philadelphia, said “You should be a chef. That’s how I see you.” Move to the shore with me. We’ll open up a breakfast place and we’ll be partners. I was… Read more »