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The Party’s on at Cabanas

Welcome to Cabanas Beach Bar & Grill, a beachfront restaurant and bar catering to everyone! During the day, step off of Cape May’s sandy beaches for a midday drink and some lunch. In the evening, bring the whole family by for dinner – even the kids! On Tuesdays, Kiddie Palooza from 5 to 8 p.m. features face painting, balloon animals, a caricaturist, cartoons and Disney music. Late at night... Read More

On the Scene this Week:  July 27 to August 2

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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Kegs, Corks & Spirits: Featuring MudHen Brewing Company

Looking for a day away from sunshine and sandy beaches? Or perhaps a night out with friends or a significant other? Maybe you’re looking for something to do on a gray day at the shore? We’ve got the perfect answer: experience Cape May County’s local hops, grapes and spirits! The Jersey Cape’s local breweries, wineries and distilleries each have their own unique flare, making for a one-of-a-... Read More

Island Hopping: Cape May

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 sixth edition of Island Hopping for... Read More

Drink of the Week: Orange Crush Martini

For this week’s drink of the week, we chose a refreshing cocktail that’s no stranger to Cape May County. Orange crushes grace the menus of many Jersey Shore establishments, but this week’s drink of the week, the Orange Crush Martini from Surf Dog Bar & Grill, adds an elegant twist to this classic.

As we took our seat at the bar, local mixologist Bryttany made us... Read More

The Inlet on Olde: The Place for Old Friends & New Memories

Resting alongside the North Wildwood Sea Wall at the corner of Walnut & Old New Jersey avenues, The Inlet on Olde is a place where early risers can enjoy breakfast with an oceanfront view, and beachgoers can stop for a post-sand-and-surf meal. With multiple venues and a footprint of 20,000 square feet, The Inlet is sure to have something for everyone.

Breakfast at The Inlet starts... Read More

Travel the Mediterranean with Little Italy

An authentic experience of Italy no longer requires a transatlantic flight. Rather, experience the unique personality of the boot-shaped nation’s sights, sounds, smells and tastes at Little Italy of Wildwood Crest. From fresh baked bread, to traditional bruschetta, to the endless list of entrees featuring pastas, seafood, steak, chicken and wood-fired pizza, your meal will truly be authentic... Read More

On the Scene this Week: July 20 to July 26

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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‘Signature Small Plates’ Popular at Rio Station

Rio Station understands that their guests like a bargain. With generous portion sizes, some diners would comment that the regular portion size is “just too much food,” so they appreciate the “Signature Small Plate” options that provide the same great food as the regular menu, only in smaller sizes.

These Small Plate specials come with a choice of soup or salad, entrée and dessert for... 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 fifth edition of Island Hopping for... Read More