You’re allowed to BYOB (bring your own bottle) to many Cape May restaurants that don’t have a liquor license. What you can bring is limited to wine or beer – you can’t bring liquor into an establishment. Certain restaurants sell bottles of wine on-site, but you are not obligated to purchase from them directly. Per NJ law, restaurants may not charge a corkage fee or similar service charge if you bring your own bottle.
Exotic New Orleans accented cuisine and seafood in Chef Sing’s signature sauces in a vine-covered 1840 carriage house. “One of America’s Top Restaurants” ZAGAT, “The reason many come to Cape May” NYTimes.
Looking for a place to go to enjoy great food and even better conversation? The restaurant at Vincenzo’s Little Italy II in North Cape May, NJ boasts of an atmosphere that is both inviting and friendly.