I've been to the Captain's Cove at the foot of the bridge into Cape May quite a few times. It's a trip! I actually do not mind the decor - honky tonk at best. Waitresses in tee-shirts and jeans. Hostess doing cross-word puzzles. That stuff doesn't really bother me. It's actually quite interesting and rather eclectic. I've only been there for breakfast. It does a fair amount of trade in-season for box lunches and take out for the charter boats and fishing boats that dock just 50 feet away. It's as informal as can be, and the breakfast fare is standard and basic. We go there because it is quick (some places in- season are quite backed up) and it used to be pretty cheap. My last time there I was a little surprised that the bill for sausage, home fries and two eggs with coffee came to over $8. Service was not bad; I'm a local and I like hanging out at fisherman bars and local joints. My waitress was fun, and had a great sense of humor. But all in all, I make better home fries, and for about the same price, you can get a better breakfast it you want to drive into town, or west cape may. For those staying in the Marina area, or just outside of town, it's quick and OK. Otherwise, shop around. But....there's no lines so if you're in a hurry. give it a try.
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