How do I attend Cape May Restaurant Week and Cape May Restaurant Weekend? Do I need a ticket?
No tickets are required in order to enjoy either event, though we recommend dinner reservations, where available.
Visit any of our participating restaurants during the event (please see days/hours on individual restaurant listings for any restrictions) and you’ll be presented with their fixed-price menu in addition to their regular menu. You should not need to ask for the Restaurant Week menu.
How does the menu work?
Cape May Restaurant Week offers fixed-price dining. Three-course dinner menus are $25 and $35 per person (price varies by restaurant) and offer a minimum of three appetizer, four entree, and three dessert selections. Two-course lunch menus (limited availability) are $15 and offer either an appetizer and entree, or an entree and dessert. Beverages, gratuity, and tax are not included, except where noted.
Cape May Restaurant Weekend offers three-course dinner menus for $35 per person and offers a minimum of three appetizer, four entree, and three dessert selections. Beverages, gratuity, and tax are not included.
Does my whole party have to order off of the Restaurant Week menu?
No. Members of your party can order off the restaurant’s regular menu while others enjoy Restaurant Week. You can also supplement the fixed-price menu by ordering additional appetizers, desserts, and drinks. Restaurant Week and Restaurant Weekend menus do not include beverages, tax, or gratuity.
When will menus be posted?
We post the menus as they are provided to us by each restaurant. Most are available two weeks prior to the start of the event.
When do Cape May Restaurant Week and Cape May Restaurant Weekend take place?
Cape May Restaurant Week takes place the first week of June. Cape May Restaurant Weekend takes place in November.
Still have questions?
We can’t tell you when a specific menu will be posted or provide hours for a restaurant that didn’t give them to us. Please contact restaurants directly for reservations and special accommodations.