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Depot Market Cafe, Cape May, NJ:
A Restaurant Review

Depot Market Cafe, Cape May
Depot Market Cafe
409 Elmira St.
Cape May, NJ
609 884-8030
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Restaurant Highlights

Fare:  American/Cuban

Price:  Inexpensive

Serves creatively prepared, inexpensive food using fresh ingredients

Value:  Excellent

Recommended For:  For diners looking for well prepared, creative, & inexpensive take out food using fresh ingredients

Not Recommended For:  Diners who prefer high end dining with many amenities and a larger casual menu.

Recommended Dishes: When available, The Marinated Pulled Pork BBQ Sandwich, The Havana Burger, New York Pastrami Rye Sandwich; and The Daily Specials

Restaurant Review

The Depot Market Cafe is one of the top places in Cape May for inexpensive, take out food, or for a quick eat-in, breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Run by owners owners John and Josie, the restaurant located near the Cape May train station,is a small, year-round restaurant that is especially popular with the locals.

The Depot Market Cafe provides few amenities ---- self service with a counter to order and a handwritten menu on a chalkboard, a few eat in tables and several out door tables with umbrellas.

This cash-only restaurant specializes in serving soups, sandwiches & other casual American dishes that are creatively prepared using fresh ingredients. made from scratch food.

Depot Market Cafe is open year round, seven days/week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, from Monday - Wednesday, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm, Thursday - Saturday, 9:30 am - 8:00 pm, and Sunday 9:30 am - 2:00 pm

Has limited on site parking

(updated: January, 2018)

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