Oyster Bay Restaurant & Bar

A Cape May, NJ Restaurant Review

Oyster Bay Restaurant & Bar

Oyster Bay Restaurant & Bar
615 Lafayette
Cape May, NJ
609-884-2111

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Restaurant Highlights

Fare:  American/Seafood

Price:  Moderate - Expensive

Food Quality:  Two Stars

Service: One and 1/2 Stars

Decor: Two Stars

Overall Rating:  Two Stars

Note: Four star Rating System from no stars = poor to Four stars = Best in Class

The bar area is attractive and vibrant

Many of the dishes are over sauced

Value:  Good

Noise Level:  Moderate

Dress:  Casual

Recommended For: Diners who enjoy traditional American food with "Old World" nautical ambiance

Not Recommended For: Budget conscious diners who prefer more casual dining with large portion servings; or for diners who enjoy an eclectic menu.

Recommended dishes:  When available, The Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes with homemade creamy sauce; The Seafood Vol au Vant Lobster, Shrimp And Scallops in a Brandied Seafood Cream Sauce. in a pastry shell; and The Porterhouse Steak Center-Cut Aged Porterhouse Steak,

Alcohol:  Full Bar Service, bar scene is vibrant

Restaurant Review

Oyster Bay Bar & Restaurant is a popular Cape May restaurant that serves up a mix of traditional American seafood and meat dishes.

The decor is dated with three nautical themed, seventies era steak house styled, dining rooms and walls adorned with murals and photos. The bar area is vibrant and has been remodeled

The service is friendly and attentive, but inconsistent.

Reservations are suggested as they tend to be packed during the peak summer months.

Closed during the winter from mid -December to mid-February

(updated: May, 2016)



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