The Inn of Cape May

FAQs

How do Restaurant Week and Restaurant Weekend work?

Cape May Restaurant Week and Cape May Restaurant Weekend offer fixed-price dining. For $38, you get to choose an appetizer, entree, and dessert from a special menu. Portions and ingredients will be on par with what the restaurant usually serves. Beverages, tax, and gratuity are not included (except where noted).

How do I attend? Do I need a ticket?

No tickets are required, though we recommend reservations where available so you’re guaranteed to get in.

To take part, visit any of our participating restaurants during the event. Dates and times are posted on individual restaurant listings. You’ll be presented with the event menu when you’re seated. You shouldn’t need to ask for the event menu.

When will menus be posted online?

We post the menus as restaurants submit them. Most are available two weeks before the start of the event.

Does the whole table have to order off of the event menu?

No. Other people in your party are free to order off of the regular menu if they don’t want to take part in Restaurant Week. You can also supplement the event menu by ordering additional appetizers, desserts, and drinks.

Why can’t I make an online reservation at all participating restaurants?

Online reservations are powered by OpenTable and are only available for restaurants who use the OpenTable booking system.

When do the events take place?

In a normal year, Cape May Restaurant Week takes place the first week of June, and Cape May Restaurant Weekend over a weekend in November.

Our 2021 schedule is changed because of the pandemic.

Who runs Cape May Restaurant Week?

Cape Publishing, the people who make CapeMay.com and Cape May Magazine. The event organizer is Jessica Leeburg, our creative director. You can reach her at restaurantweek@capemay.com.


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Online reservations provided by

Open Table

Not all participating restaurants are OpenTable users