Alexanders Restaurant

A Cape May, NJ Restaurant Rating and Review

Alexanders Restaurant

653 Washington St.
Cape May

Alexander's Restaurant



Price Expensive
Fare French

Restaurant Rating

Food 2.5 Stars
Service 2.5 Stars
Decor 2.5 Stars
Overall Rating 2.5 Stars

Restaurant Review

Open year round, Alexander's, located in the Alexander's Inn Bed & Breakfast, is a fine dining experience in elegant Victorian style.

Owners Larry and Chef Diane Muentz's French creative cuisine is served by tuxedoed waiters in the Victorian circa 1883 dining room. While the dining rooms are small, they are elegant, with lace and antiques, and offer a cozy dining experience, especially if you are looking for an intimate, romantic evening.

It's BYOB, and certainly not a place for kids.

While the tuxedo clad waiters may come off as a bit stuffy, they are well trained to provide professional and attentive service without being rushed.

Popular appetizer favorites include; caviar, baked escargot and crumb crusted crab cake. Entree favorites are; filet mignon bernaise, roast rack of baby lamb, and sauteed soft shell crab. Save room for dessert, they offer sumptuous brandy Alexander pie and creme brulee.

Make it a complete romantic experience and check in to the bed & breakfast.

On Sunday's, they offer an elegant five course brunch served in the dining room

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N/A= A casual dining eatery, not rated as a fine dining restaurant 

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