We stopped here to get a sandwich after a day in Wildwood and Cape May before getting back on the ferry to go to Delaware. We had been here before and remember the subs being really good. We went in and ordered 4 subs to go. While our food was being prepared, I went into the bathroom with my two 15 year olds to wash our hands. If I had gone into this bathroom before I ordered I would have walked right out. It was horrendously dirty. The outside door had black filth on it by the handle, the floor was dirty, not only did the unisex bathroom look like it look like it had NEVER been cleaned, the smell was even worse. We cautiously proceeded to wash our hands but, surprise, there was no soap. We asked the girl that took our order for soap and it was somewhat of a hassle to get it. I now wondered how did the person who is making our sandwiches wash his hands? When we finally got the soap, we found that there were no paper towels and a man who may have been the owner gave us some after we had to use napkins from a table to dry our hands. I checked the Board of Health certificate that was posted on their wall and it looked legit and up to date, I thought Cape May would have higher standards for cleanliness than this. Also, as we were waiting for our sandwiches that I no longer wanted, we stood and watched many flies land on the pizzas in the display case that are sold as slices. I'm embarrassed to say, but I did eat part of my sandwich and it was tasty but I would never go in here again.
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