Enjoy breakfast at one of Cape May’s most popular brunch spots! They are famous for their Man-Mosas, which you’ll just have to find out about on your own 🙂
Cape May Point State Park is famous for their beautiful walking trails, the WWII Bunker on the beach and of course, the Lighthouse. Want a mini-workout? You can climb it’s 199 steps for the best view of the island!
Less than .5 miles from the Lighthouse is Willow Creek Winery. Explore the beautiful grounds and cottages by taking a tour on on of their golf carts and head inside for a tasting and tapas. Not drinkers? No worries – this property is a must-see.
Lovely neighbor of Willow Creek, is Beach Plum Farm. This is another gorgeous property, with lots to offer from tours to fresh pressed juices and even some farm animals! They have a small farm kitchen where you can grab a quick bite before getting ready for dinner.
Nothing better than to dine at one of Cape May’s most famous gourmet restaurants. They offer the freshest local seafood with a classic american gourmet touch, all within a romantic, elegant and slightly Victorian atmosphere.
Let’s just face it, there’s no better party than one at Carney’s. A local favorite. If you decide to start somewhere else, such as a local pub, you’re bound to end up here anyway!
You’ll probably be waking up a bit later today, so head over to the Blue Pig Tavern located in Congress Hall. Known for their Eggs Benedict, they have some of the best brunch options in town. Much of their ingredients coming from Beach Plum Farm.
After brunch, stop in to Congress Hall’s bike shop to rent wheels for the afternoon. They have hourly and daily rentals, so time is never an issue. Check out some local favorite bike routes here.
After dropping off your bikes, stop into Tommy’s Folly coffee shop, located through the lobby of Congress Hall. Grab a salad or sandwich and take a seat on one of the infamous rocking chairs on the Veranda.
Check out the long strip of classic boutique shops on the red-brick pedestrian mall. From cooking oils to soaps and fashion to home decor, you’re bound to head back to home-base with your hands full.
While strolling the mall, you probably walked right by a hidden gem – Tisha’s. They not only offer lunch, but have New American gourmet dinners as well. Known for their savory Seafood Risotto, they have something on their menu for everyone.
A fairly new local favorite, Fins is a modern restaurant with a neon-lit bar and some of the coolest fish tanks. They offer awesome cocktails and live music.
Small line? Wait in it – it’ll be worth every second. Hands-down the best bagels in Cape May County (other than their other location in Wildwood – but still, same thing). They offer omlettes and breakfast sandwhiches, along with coffe, lattes and cappuchinos. Take it to go and eat on the beach or sit inside or outside of their quaint cafe.
All this time and you have yet to go to the beach? Today is the day. Just relax and reminisce on the fun weekend you’ve had.
Zoe’s is a super casual, beachfront cafe with sandwiches, burgers and salads – sure to fill you up after a day at the beach. Oh, and Rita’s Water Ice is next door, so that’s a sweet bonus.
Whether its Franks Movie Theater in Rio Grande, or Cape May Stage’s local performing arts theater, you deserve a night to wind down and relax before heading home.