Price Of Entrées: $10-$35
Booking A Table Advised
Accept V, MC, AE, D
Why Should I Go? For so many shore town seafood restaurants, a good gimmick is more important than a good product. But hanging fishing poles and bouys and plastic crustaceans on the wall of an eatery does not make up for serving a previously frozen fish. At the Cape May Fish Market, the nautical decor is kept to a minimum. Here, the focus is on the food. The only gimmick is a high-quality product.
Whether you take your meal to go (maybe for a barbeque at home, or a delectable picnic on Sunset Beach later on), or you choose to dine there (either al fresco on the Washington Street Mall, or inside an intimate brick dining room), you can count on your meal being fresh, and as local as possible. If it’s the former that tickles your fancy, you’ll want to decide on what you’d like to purchase: fresh, cooked, fried, or broiled — all four options are available.
But the folks at the market won’t think it’s fishy if seafood just isn’t your thing. They also serve chicken, filet mignon and pasta dishes. Plus, they have an extensive kids’ menu.
Insider Tip: On the way home, stop by the Ugly Mug for a cocktail. This is the sister restaurant of the Cape May Fish Market. And don’t forget to ask about private parties; The Cape May Fish Market is a great venue for a wide range of events.
Oysters on the Half-Shell
Wonderful Cape May Salts.
Shrimp or Crab Salad
Crisp, delectable… and healthy, too!
New England Clam Chowder
The classic soup, done right.
Broiled or Fried Seafood Combo Dinner
Filet of fish, scallops, shrimp and crab cake. Served with French fries, coleslaw, roll, butter and a variety of sauces.
Clams over Pasta
Served with a delicious red or white sauce.
Because you might not be in the mood for fish.
Grilled Swordfish or Tuna
Fresh and tasty!
Kids’ Chicken Fingers
It will keep them occupied and satisfied.
Kids’ Fried Shrimp
The little ones love it.
Key Lime Pie
The classic dessert.