Eating out in Cape May
Cape May is a great town for eating. We have wonderful restaurants from stunningly cheap to stunningly expensive. Elan’s favorites are described on this website and in the scrapbook in your room – or just ask for recommendations during breakfast or teatime.
There are several delis that will pack you a lunch to eat on the beach, and bar/restaurants where you can dance the night away.
Breakfast at Leith Hall
At Leith Hall B&B, we like informal, relaxing breakfasts – sitting with our guests and talking about their dining or traveling experiences. During the warm weather, we put breakfast out on the sideboard in the front hallway from 8:30 to 10:00 A.M. Guests help themselves and usually eat out on the wide porch under the awnings. Elan is the cook and always makes a main entree as well as a side dish like sausage links or ham. Breakfast entrees include Scrambled eggs with cream cheese and dill, (our guests’ favorite) Buckwheat crepes with Pears and Emmenthaler cheese, Fritate, or Blueberry and corn pancakes (New Jersey’s two signature crops). There is always fruit, granola, coffee, tea, and juice as well. When the main dish is eggy, Elan also makes muffins or coffee cake to go with it.