It’s June, which means it’s time for our annual roundup of business changes in Cape May over the past twelve months. As it happens every year, we are saying goodbye to a few long-time businesses and welcoming new faces to town. I won’t bore you with a big lead-in, so let’s get to it. (As… Read more »
It feels like 2018 just got started, but somehow it’s already June, and you know what that means. There have been a lot of changes in town over the past year, so let’s dive right into our 14th annual roundup of who’s new, who’s moved, and who’s gone.
In a small town, a text received ten minutes prior to the official opening of a business counts as “word of mouth.” The iconic Mayer’s Tavern, having undergone a total renovation and under new ownership (by the Laudemans of Lobster House fame) opened for business at 5pm last night, and the word of mouth worked—the… Read more »
If you make the trip to Rio Grande to stock your cooler but you’re tired of getting stuck in summer traffic, we’re happy to tell you that Joe Canal’s Liquors is being constructed on the site of the former Cape Liquors at 918 Route 109 (to your right before the main bridge, next to Urgent… Read more »
Cape May Stained Glass Company opened for business in West Cape May last week. Located on Park Boulevard, the gallery space features works not only by owner/stained glass artist Christopher Michalek, but by several other local artists and artisans, among them Jimm Ross, Mary Stewart, Patricia Piacentine, Jeffrey Hebron, and Bill Bader, to name but… Read more »
If you were looking forward to warming up with their curry this winter, we’re sorry to tell you that the Exit Zero Cookhouse is temporarily closed. But the Exit Zero Filling Station, just across Sunset Boulevard, will be opening late this spring. The complex will include a gas station, merchandise, restaurant, and coffee and sandwiches… Read more »
There’s been a lot of activity around town lately, and we have three more updates to share with you.
There are two big changes on the Washington Street Mall that we want to let you know about.
It’s June, which means it’s time for CapeMay.com’s 13th annual roundup of the changes our town has gone through in the last year or so. Here’s who’s new, who’s moved, and who’s gone in 2017.
Another year, another wave of fresh faces, familiar names in new locations, and old favorites closing their doors. Here is our annual roundup. If you’ve driven into town lately, you’ve undoubtedly noticed that Rotary Park on Lyle Lane is being completely renovated. Workers demolished the old gazebo and cleared the lot to make way for… Read more »