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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 eighth edition of Island Hopping for... Read More

Bartender of the Week: PigDog Beach Bar

This week’s featured local mixologist comes to us from a new breed of beach bar – PigDog Beach Bar located off the beach behind Morey’s Mariner’s Pier. Meet our bartender of the week, Carlos!

About six years ago, Carlos traded in the coast of South Florida for the coast of South Jersey. Originally from Deerfield Beach, Carlos, along with his wife (who is from this area... Read More

Drink of the Week: Malibu Sunset

This week, we found our featured cocktail at a place where early risers can enjoy breakfast with an oceanfront view, and beachgoers can stop for a post-sand-and-surf meal. The Inlet on Olde has something for everyone, including the perfect drink for those beach bums. Check out our drink of the week, the Malibu Sunset!

Bartender Jeanette made us the Malibu Sunset by... Read More

Life is Better at Flip Flopz

This year, Flip Flopz Beach Bar & Grill celebrate 10 years of bringing the party to the Jersey Shore. Located at the Champagne Island Resort in the Entertainment District of North Wildwood, this island party resort offers fun all day and night. Party in the sunshine at the Flip Flopz pool party on Saturdays and Sundays at 2 p.m. Upstairs at Tiki Topz you’ll find fabulous views of the... Read More

On the Scene this Week:  Aug. 3 to Aug. 9

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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Beach Creek Welcomes Mishka for Live Concert on the Water

Beach Creek Oyster Bar & Grille will host the eclectic Caribbean sounds of Mishka on Thursday, Aug 9.

Born in Bermuda and raised in the Caribbean, Mishka’s music is Caribbean at the core with sounds that contain many elements and genres. From bass-heavy reggae roots to mellow acoustic ballads, you have to hear for yourself and experience the music.

Mishka first emerged back... Read More

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 seventh edition of Island Hopping... Read More

Bartender of the Week: The Inlet on Olde

This week, we found our featured local mixologist at a place where early risers can enjoy breakfast with an oceanfront view, and beachgoers can stop for a post-sand-and-surf meal. The Inlet on Olde has something for everyone, including cocktails of all kind served up by our bartender of the week – Jeanette!

Although Jeanette calls Philadelphia home, she spends her... Read More

Drink of the Week: Bushwhacker

For this week’s drink of the week, we headed to a new breed of beach bar – PigDog Beach Bar located off the beach behind Morey’s Mariner’s Pier. Bartender Carlos decided to help us cool off by choosing a frozen drink called the Bushwhacker – every kid-at-heart’s dream – from the extensive cocktail menu.

Carlos whipped up the Bushwhacker by pouring Cruzan Black Strap Rum... Read More

Have a Blast on the Boards Morning, Noon & Night

The Wildwoods’ award-winning Boardwalk is 38 blocks of family fun, packed end to end with shops, amusement piers, water parks, eateries, live entertainment and more. Your family can have a blast on the Boardwalk all day long, with plenty to do within its 2.5-mile span!

Take a morning bike ride on the boards and view the Wildwoods from a bike seat every morning until noon!

Spend... Read More