Lee, not a lot of roadfood in Cape May but good upscale food for sure.
For seafood we have always likes Axelsons Blue Claw, which has a traditional seafood menu in the harbor area. The famous venue is Lobster House, but the waits are long and the seafood mediocre. The seafood market at Lobster House does have excellant fish and seafood, but this will only work if they have a kitchen.
Mad Batter or Georges
Sandwiches: Depot Market Cafe, or Westside Market in West Cape May(the latter is pretty much takeout only)
upscale: Washington Inn
Ice Cream; Dry Dock(also good burgers/fries)
We have found biking to be the best way to see Cape May Your friends should be sure to go to the light house(beautiful views if you can climb the 199 steps) and Sunset Beach.
post edited by brookquarry - 2013/08/15 07:28:21