George's Place, Cape May, NJ: A Restaurant Review

George's Place

George's Place
301 Beach Avenue
(Beach & Perry)
Cape May, NJ 08204

Restaurant Highlights

Fare:  American-Mediterranean influence

Price:  In-expensive - moderate

Serves Excellent Breakfast, one of the best non-traditional breakfast restaurants in Cape May.

Uses fresh ingredients

Long wait to get in during the peak summer season

Cash Only

Value:  Excellent

Noise Level:  Moderate

Dress:  Casual

Recommended For:  Diners who enjoy excellent, non-traditional breakfasts and creative new American lunch & Dinner dishes at an affordable price,

Not Recommended For:  Diners who prefer an extensive menu with more fine dining amenities.

Recommended Dishes:  For Breakfast, The Banana French Toast, For Lunch/Dinner, The Greek lemon Chicken Salad, or the Chicken Quesadilla, or the Greco Chicken - two grilled chicken breasts with roasted red peppers and melted feta cheese on top.

Alcohol :  BYOB

Restaurant Review

George's Place, a small 40 seat eatery with very basic atmosphere, is best known for it's excellent breakfasts --- it's one of the best breakfast restaurants in South Jersey.

They are value priced BYOB serving generous portions of creative food preparations.

Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

They are located across the street from the Congress Hall Hotel.

This is a family run eatery operated under the the direction of John Karapanagiotis.

They use fresh ingredients, and offer great value in a very modest setting.

During the busy hours, they are apt to be rushed and less responsive than their quieter periods.

Seasonal Hours, During the summer they are open 7 days a week for Breakfast & Lunch from 8:00am-3:00pm, and 7 nights a week for Dinner from 5:00pm -8:00pm

After November 1st, call for hours.

(updated: June, 2018)

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