We enjoyed a nice dinner at the Olive Branch Restaurant located in Villas, NJ. (just north of Cape May) This small Greek restaurant has a nice selection of appetizers, salads and entrees. The server started us with a basket of warm bread and homemade hummus. The watermelon salad is amazing! The salad has a beautiful presentation with 2 stacks of watermelon, feta cheese, tomatoes, arugula, walnuts that is drizzled with honey and served with a watermelon dressing. We enjoyed the octopus appetizer, chicken kabob, swordfish kabob and lamb chops. All of our entrees were served on a nice bed of rice pilaf and beautiful fresh vegetables. The service was friendly and as we were leaving they invited us back to try their Sunday breakfast. Overall a nice experience and we will certainly return in the future! http://olive branch restaurant, villas nj https://baygetaways.com
3845 Bayshore Road North Cape May If you enjoy sushi this is the place for you! Amazing sushi rolls, hibachi stations and a wide selection of Japanese dishes. It’s BYOB, no reservations and fantastic owners who love their customers.
1025 Beach Ave, Cape May Set on the beautiful beach front of Cape May is the fantastic Harry’s Ocean Bar and Grill. The bar has a stunning seafront patio, as well as a panoramic rooftop bar where you can enjoy a fantastic evening of live music, fairly priced drinks, and tasty locally sourced seafood served…
Located at the foot of the Cape May-Wildwood Crest toll bridge Cape May’s premier hotspot for fresh blue claw crabs, local seafood, live entertainment and waterfront views. The crab house is owned by a local commercial fishing family who catch their own crabs, local fish, lobsters and conch. A fantastic summer vibe outdoor restaurant!!
3704 Bayshore Road North Cape May Take Out – Excellent authentic, affordable Mexican dishes prepared with the freshest ingredients. Wonderful family owned business. You won’t be disappointed!
The Inn’s History The Washington Inn was first constructed in 1846. The large columns reaching all the way up to the third floor were meant to resemble those of Mount Vernon, the plantation house of George Washington. The building had gone through many owners up until 1940 when Mrs. Martha Brown Hand opened the house…