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Exterior of the Cape May-Lewes Ferry terminal

Behind the scenes at Ferry Park

Exciting news from North Cape May: The team at Exit Zero Hospitality is overhauling the Cape May-Lewes Ferry terminal to create Ferry Park, a collection of waterfront experiences set to open this spring. Included will be a gourmet sit-down restaurant, shopping, outdoor bar, casual seafood restaurant, and grab-and-go cafe. Next summer, they plan to introduce… Read more »

A look inside the new Behr Brewing

The heavy snow from a weekend blizzard melted just in time for Behr Brewing’s opening day. It left them with a parking lot of black mud churned up by cars of people eager to get inside the navy blue building on Seashore Road. But the staff at Behr wasn’t bothered by some mud. They roped… Read more »

Who’s New, Who’s Moved, Who’s Gone: 2021

Well…it’s been another year, and what a year it has been. We always have a slew of business changes to report in June, but they might seem a little heavier than usual. The challenges the pandemic presented sparked creativity across town as businesses carved out new opportunities while our shops and restaurants were shuttered, and… Read more »

A look inside the new Big Wave Burritos

Local favorite Big Wave Burritos has moved to a new location at 605 Lafayette Street, putting them within walking distance to the Washington Street Mall and the beachfront. We popped in for photos (we didn’t touch anything!) of their breezy, surf-inspired new space: bleached wood floors, potted palms, woven basket lights, a show-stopping live-edge table,… Read more »

Two changes on the 300 block

Earlier this month, the Beef Jerky Outlet opened a pop-up holiday store in Dairy Queen’s location at 320 Washington Street. The outlet’s primary location is next to Lucky Bones, but this one is positioned between Tisha’s and Bath Time for easy holiday shopping. If jerky isn’t your thing, they have Pumpkin Pie Crunch Popcorn, according… Read more »

Sliding into the new Foo Bao restaurant

It was nearing one o’clock on a Thursday when I saw it: a Facebook notification inviting me to like a new page—something I’d usually ignore, but the name piqued my interest. Chinese, possibly? I clicked. A picture promised two Asian sliders plus a green papaya salad and a can of soda for $10.  I hadn’t… Read more »