Price: In-expensive - moderate
Noise Level: Moderate
One of the best breakfast restaurants in Cape May.
Scenic waterfront views of the marina from most tables
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy excellent, non-traditional, creative breakfasts and lunch dishes at an affordable price,
Not Recommended For: Diners who prefer a traditional eggs and pancake breakfast in a family setting
Recommended Dishes: For Breakfast, The Challah Bread French Toast with Spiced bourbon butter, fFresh strawberries & wipped cream: The Feelin Groovy Omellette with egg whites, goat cheese, portobello mushrooms, tomatoes, herbs and guacamole. and The All That & A Bag of Chips - iron skillet layered with home fries, boursin cheese, sweet sausage, peppers & onions and poached eggs. Side of Kettle chips and fresh fruit
The Saltwater Cafe is a popular breakfast lunch spot for diners who are looking for creatively prepared food and want to get away from the many traditional pancake & eggs breakfast eateries that populate the Cape May/Wildwood dining scene.
Saltwater Cafe is located dockside at South Jersey Marina overlooking the water and boats, formerly the home of Dock Mike's.
The kitchen is run by Chef Rob Guldin, formerly the Chef at the Carriage House Cafe & Tea Room in Cape May. Chef Guildin offers a refreshing touch in overseeing the creative preparation of some of Cape May's top breakfast items.
The ambiance and decor is attractive with a view of the marina from most tables. The interior is tastefully decorated giving off a nautical vibe with walls adorned with nautical artwork.
There is outside dining on the patio overlooking the marina.
During the summer season they are open seven days/week from 7:00AM - 3:00PM
Parking is available on-site with overflow street parking
(updated: June, 2017)
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