Fare: Seafood w/ Greek Mediterranean Influences
Food Quality: 2 and 1/2 Stars
Service: 2 Stars
Decor: 2 Stars
Overall Rating: 2 and 1/2 Stars
Note: Four star Rating System from no stars = poor to Four stars = Best in Class
Diners who enjoy creative good seafood preparations in a high end BYOB setting.
Value: Given the quality, though prices are high, the value is good
Noise Level: High during peak times
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy creative good seafood preparations in a high end BYOB setting.
Not Recommended For: Budget conscious diners who prefer traditional sea food preparations in a casual, trendy setting
Recommended dishes: When available,The Grilled Bronzino or Tsipoura, The Mahi Mahi Plaki (Greek soul food); and Mr. E's Veal Porterhouse.
Frescos Mediterranean is now run by the staff of the Pier House restaurant in Cape May which is temporarily closed and under construction.
The staff is expected to move back to the New Pier House restaurant when the construction is completed in the Fall of 2017
The menu is very similar to the old Pier House restaurant which offers many sea food dishes prepared with a Greek Influence
it's a BYOB with three Victorian style dining areas; You can eat on the porch, upstairs, or in the main dining room.
Though, not the best place for a cozy, intimate dinner as the tables are small and close together --- making the immediate environment noisy and quiet conversation difficult.
The service is attentive and friendly.
Reservations during weekends and the busy summer season are a must.
Free Parking is available at the Bank Street Commons Parking Lot, located one block West on Bank Street.
Restaurant is closed during the winter season from November to the 1st weekend in May. During the season, they are open daily for dinner from 5pm.
(updated: June, 2017)
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