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McGlades Restaurant On The Pier,
Cape May, NJ:  A Restaurant Review

McGlades Restaurant On The Pier,
Cape May
McGlades Restaurant On The Pier
722 Beach Avenue
Cape May, NJ
609 884-2614

Restaurant Highlights

Fare:  American

Price:  Inexpensive

Affordably priced menu, especially for Cape May

Outdoor dining with a great beach front/ Ocean view

Value:  Very Good

Noise Level:  Moderate

Recommended For:  Diners on a limited budget who enjoy affordably priced traditional American food in a casual, Jersey shore setting

Not Recommended For: Diners who prefer more eclectic food with fine dining amenities

Recommended Dishes: When available, Omelette's, sandwiches, and the French Fried Lobster Tail,

Alcohol:  BYOB

Restaurant Review

With McGlades, you can't get any closer to the ocean than this. Come in for breakfast, eat on the deck along the beach, and there is a good chance you will see dolphins swimming along the shore.

This BYOB, faces the beach and is located directly behind Morrows Nut House on the boardwalk.

They serve a large variety of breakfast dishes including omelette's, pancakes, and egg specialties as well as lunch and dinner sandwiches and entrees.

The service is unpretentious, attentive and friendly.

They are very popular during the summer peak months and are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Closed during the winter with seasonal hours during the spring, fall, and summer.

McGlades is child friendly and popular with families and groups.

Parking is available street side out front, although during summer months the parking is metered.

(updated: June, 2018)

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