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The Bar-B-Que LLC

The whole family will love this mouthwatering barbeque. All meats are cooked 12-16 hours, low and slow, and all sides are homemade. You won’t find better barbeque!

The Bailey Grind

The only way to start your day! The Bailey Grind offers an extensive menu of smoothies and juices, alongside breakfast sandwiches, breakfast platters and bagels with homemade cream cheese spreads. Don’t forget to grab a cup of the fair trade, organic, locally roasted, fresh brewed coffee to pair with your meal! Delicious salads and sandwiches are also available for lunch.

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Island Hopping: Offshore

Cape May County is a treasure trove of thrills, games, specialty seafood, happy hour specials, traditional family-style restaurants, beach gear, breakfast spots, sweet treats and relaxing rituals. Yet with its 620-square-mile span, this Jersey Shore county can be quite daunting. With all this ground to cover, where should you even begin? We’re here with our last edition of Island Hopping for... Read More

Bartender of the Week: Tollman Joe’s Bayside

Located at the old Lighthouse Pointe Restaurant, Tollman Joe’s Bayside offers your favorite bar bites and drinks on the water. Dine outside while taking in beautiful bay views and breezes, and be sure to get a cold one from our bartender of the week – Drew!

Although Drew is a resident of South Philadelphia, he and his family spend their summers living in Shawcrest.... Read More

MudHen Extends the Season with First Annual Oktoberfest

MudHen Brewing Company will extend the season and host the First Annual MudHen Oktoberfest starting at 11 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 28. The fun lasts until 12 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 30.

Live music, activities and lawn games are scheduled throughout the weekend. Music includes:
• Sept. 28: Old School, an energetic local band, 6-10 p.m.
• Sept. 29: Polkadelphia, an authentic... Read More

Drink of the Week:  Beach Bunny

Be swept away to the tropics with this week’s drink of the week, the Beach Bunny from Urie’s Waterfront Restaurant!

When we arrived at Urie’s, we headed to the outdoor Tiki Bar overlooking the water and were greeted by the smiling face of Dave. Bartender Dave whipped up our featured drink by pouring vodka, melon liquor and raspberry liquor into a glass with ice, and... Read More

Daily Catch Featured at Rio

RIO GRANDE – “Ever-changing, but always delicious,” is the way one person described the “Daily Catch” special served at the Rio Station.

Chef works together with his culinary staff to create an amazing seafood dish offered as one of the evening specials. These dishes, not served on the regular menu, give them a chance to present interesting creations.

Seared Cape May Scallops,... Read More

Fresh Seafood with a View at Lobster House

Any visit to the Jersey Shore would be incomplete without enjoying the fine food and nautical atmosphere of the Lobster House, a Cape May tradition. Overlooking the Cape May Harbor, the Lobster House Restaurant, its Raw Bar and Schooner American all offer a large and varied menu, serving the freshest seafood available from its very own fleet of boats. Boats are unloaded seven days a week to... Read More

On the Scene this Week:  Aug. 31 to Sept. 6

The nightlife at the Jersey Shore heats up when the sun goes down as the hottest local bands, DJs and musicians take the stage at your favorite shore-town bars, restaurants and clubs. Whether you’re tapping your toes to live music or joining in on games like Quizzo and Name That Tune, the fun will last all night long. Check out who’s on the scene this week in Cape May County!

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Island Hopping: The Wildwoods

Cape May County is a treasure trove of thrills, games, specialty seafood, happy hour specials, traditional family-style restaurants, beach gear, breakfast spots, sweet treats and relaxing rituals. Yet with its 620-square-mile span, this Jersey Shore county can be quite daunting. With all this ground to cover, where should you even begin? We’re here with our 11th edition of Island Hopping for... Read More