I can't think of anything that would have improved this tour! The food was excellent but it wasn't JUST a food tour. We viewed and discussed Victorian architecture while walking from place to place, learned about the history of the town's restaurants and Cape May in general and learned about the chefs/owners and their backgrounds. Spoiler alert: The foods we tried were all top notch and a great variety -- crab & pesto focaccia, lobster risotto, chocolate raspberry pastry, fudge, local vegetable panini, delicious quesadilla, wine tasting AND my favorite... flavor-infused olive oils, balsamic vinegars and salts. We ended with the last two so we could spend as much time sampling and shopping as we each desired. We bought a bag full of wine and goodies for a little picnic later. I could have spent hours here! And we were certainly not hungry afterward. What could be better than tasting your way through town? Mary was a fabulous guide and the small group sizes were perfect. Cannot say enough good things about this tour. Just wonderful! (not sure it is appropriate for younger children though. They would most likely be bored.)
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