Fare: New American with French-New Orleans influences
Price: Very Expensive
Food Quality: Well executed menu with creative, artfully presented dishes using locally caught sea food and produce.
Service: Friendly, professional, and efficient
Ambiance/Decor: Attractive with a charming walkway that takes you under cover of overhanging of wisteria vines towards the Victorian home with spinning fans and trimmed dining rooms ---- except for tables spaced close together for cramped seating.
Liquor: BYOB, A selection of wines from the local Cape May Winery are available.
Overall Rating: 3 Stars - one of the top fine dining restaurants in Cape May
Note: Four star Rating System from 1/2 star = poor to Four stars = Best in Class
Noise Level: Moderate, sometimes high depending on seating.
Dress: Upscale casual
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy and afford a well-executed creative, eclectic menu.
Not Recommended For: Budget conscious diners who prefer simpler food, low prices, and a casual menu with more comfort food.
Recommended dishes: When available, The New Orleans Voodoo Shrimp Sautéed Barbeque Shrimp with Spicy Voodoo Beer Sauce; The Atlantic Cape Yellow-Fin Tuna Mesquite Grilled with 410's Signature Barbadian Black Bean Sauce, Wasabi Cream Drizzle , and The Blackened Prime Rib Applewood Smoked Bone-In with their Signature Spices, Pan-Blackened, Corn Chili.
410 Bank Street, a long time favorite Cape May restaurant continues to offer well executed, creative, exotic fare, with matching ambiance ------- one of Cape May's best culinary, fine dining experiences.
Diners are about to experience an attractive tropical setting with a charming walkway that takes you under cover of overhanging of wisteria vines towards the restored 1840 Victorian carriage house with spinning fans and trimmed dining rooms as they are seated for dinner.
They serve a well-executed, inspiring menu, using fresh local produce and locally caught seafood.
Many of their seafood and meat dishes are cooked slow smoked in their on-site smokehouse.
The staff at 410 Bank Street, from the hostess to the waiters are friendly, professional, and efficient.
Try for outside seating, under the tent. The noise level in the inside dining area is high and the tables tend to be close together. Seating on the Bank Street facing narrow porch is especially cramped.
Not recommended for children.
Reservations during weekends and the busy summer season are a must.
Updated May, 2023
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