Set in a circa 1840 plantation house, The Washington Inn has become synonymous with elegant dining in Cape May. Zagat’s says simply, “Everything’s First Class.” The Philadelphia Inquirer praises the restaurant’s wine cellar as “One of the finest around.” New York Magazine says the restaurant “Deserves its accolades.”
The restaurant is nestled on tree-lined Washington Street in the heart of the Cape May Historic District. Offering 5 unique dining rooms, including enclosed summer patio to intimate fireside dining during the winter months. The Inn has undergone some significant changes since the original owners. In operation since the 1940’s, the Washington Inn has been owned and operated by the Craig Family for over 30 years. You’ll find an appetizing selection of eclectic American dishes on executive chef Mimi Wood’s seasonal menu. Save room for one of our unbelievable desserts.