We were heading out of Cape May just before Sandy hit, and stopped in for lunch. My dining companion had eaten there before, but I never had, and it was really a great place! The menu had enough different things on it to make it interesting, yet not scary for diners who aren't as adventurous. We started with a featured appetizer - a deconstructed jalapeno popper! Essentially, it was a warm dip with all the fixings you would put in a jalapeno popper, served with tortilla chips. The day was cold and dreary, and this hot appetizer really hit the spot! Next, I tried the soup of the day, which was a parsnip soup, and it was sweet, perfectly salted and wonderfully unique! It sounds scary, but I was SO glad I ordered it! You can get anything from full meals to sandwiches. My dining companion had the Muffaletta (not like the traditional ones you get in New Orleans, but it was very good), and I got the Cuban pulled pork sandwich. There was a generous portion of pork mounded on a tasty roll. Very delicious! I wish I lived closer so I could try more items! Very congenial atmosphere, and our service was wonderful!
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