Author: Lynn Martenstein

The redesigned space is sleeker and crisper, but much of the local favorite's menu remains unchanged.

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Chef/owner Mark Viggiano opened the Italian BYO this spring, and it has already become a popular dining destination.

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Fresh seafood and Victorian charm abound in Cape May, but choices run the gamut from pancakes, quesadillas and pizza to fine dining in posh settings. Here are our top picks for where to eat.

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Guided tour adds a helping of history to your Cape May ride.

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The winery's new program encourages experimenting with food and wine combinations in a rustic, elegant setting.

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These galleries are well worth the visit.

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After two years of major renovations, a kinder, gentler version of Mayer's Tavern is back with a revamped menu and style.

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Shore spots to satisfy hunger and thirst and ease on down as the sun does the same.

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Jersey’s southernmost beach town has drawn a crowd since “sea bathing” became popular in the 1800s, and still defines beach vacations today. Its wide, clean beaches are among the best in the country. Above all, a collection of late Victorian architecture gives this National Historic Landmark town an ageless charm.

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