Built in 1840, this former Cape May plantation residence is now home to the acclaimed Washington Inn and Wine Bar. The Craig Family has carefully ... More
Built in 1840, this former Cape May plantation residence is now home to the acclaimed Washington Inn and Wine Bar. The Craig Family has carefully preserved the beauty & essence of this distinctive treasure without undertaking major alterations to its original form. The Inns welcoming facade overlooks tree-lined Washington Street in the seaside communitys Historic District. The Washington Inn offers six unique dining areas, from a summer patio to cozy fireside tables. Cocktails are a must in the Wine Bar, where the passing Cape May scene can be best appreciated. Often described as romantic, our easy-going elegance will satisfy anyones craving for fine dining. Our enticing menu offers the best of American cuisine, but with an inventive, upscale edge. Food, Service, Ambiance, the essential ingredients for dining excellence, are all deftly blended here at The Washington Inn. We are what "eating out" used to be -- before it became hurried, incorporated & unimaginative
I have dinned around the world at some of the finest Restaurants on the planet, and I would rate this at the top. The entire staff was the most wine and food educated staff I ve ever seen.the prices on the wine list were very good featuring over 300 different wines to choose from. The food was second to none. My only complaint would be that we dined here on our last night on town for I doubt if i will ever go anywhere else on my next vacation. You have to go here if you visit Cape May.
The Washington in has terrific service. From the valets to the hostess to the servers---they're all friendly. The food is normally pretty good, too. I was disappointed in the dinner-and-show menu, though. It was VERY limited and most of the food was bland.
A three-course dinner here with a decent wine will run two people around $225 - $250.
Wonderful meal from appetizer to dessert. The Washington Inn is a beautiful historic old home in Cape May. The ambience is quiet and romantic. The wait staff is very helpful. The menu is eccletic yet tradional. I had the polenta with mushrooms, spinach salad w/ pomegranates & hazlenuts, filet mignon (outstanding!) and bananas foster. Everyone we spoke to that had visted the Washington Inn had nothing but compliments. One couple who's been going for 17 years said they'd never once been disappointed.
I had my wedding reception here. I was so nervous about planning, since I was coming in from out of state. They handled everything great! The food, the service, the atmosphere. I would definitely recommend this as a place to put on your list to check out!
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