Down in the basement of Congress Hall, you’ll find a late night music club with a distinctly urban atmosphere that feels worlds away from the quaintness of Victorian Cape May. Built right into the foundation of the building, the original boiler pit for Congress Hall sits right next to the stage. The faceplate of that boiler is displayed on the back wall of the club.
It’s a totally one-of-a-kind vibe with exposed brick walls, brushed steel bar and tables, and an industrial aesthetic that give it the feel of a big-city establishment. All of this attracts a great mix of guests from all Cape Resorts hotels, as well as lots of Jersey Shore locals. You’ll enjoy a lively crowd, great bands like the Dane Anthony Band and Billy D. Light Trio, and even better martinis and cosmopolitans. It’s the perfect place to hear your favorite band, or watch your favorite team on any of our 12 high definition TVs.
The Boiler Room is Cape May’s coolest underground spot for hot pizza, cold draft beer, entertainment and the big game.
Enjoy half-priced select wines by the glass, carafe or bottle with dinner on Thursday nights.
For more information, call (609) 884-6507 or visit www.caperesorts.com.