One of the many wonderful things about coming home in between workamping adventures is reconnecting with family and friends. Friday night, Bill and I had a double thrill in that we had the pleasure of dining with two of our children, Matt Buesing and Sarah Moll! We decided to try a new restaurant in town and were certainly not disappointed!

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George’s Place opened on Main Street in Cape May Court House a few weeks ago, and after having breakfast there with a dear friend, Ginny Fineberg, I was anxious to return for dinner. They accept reservations only on the same day as your desired visit and it is a BYOB establishment. The décor is warm and inviting, softly lit and decorated with large. beautiful photographs and a combination of booths and free-standing tables. Throw in a Vespa scooter and a Harley-Davidson and we felt right at home! The servers were very accommodating and we must have run into at least 6 or more people we knew, which made it all the more comfortable.

Accompanied by an assortment of wine, we started with the hummus appetizer, which included warm pitas and four different flavors of hummus – original, olive oil, garlic, and red roasted pepper. We also shared an order of Spanakopita, which was delicious. All entrees are served with either a Greek salad or a Caesar salad and as you can tell from the photos, the servings are huge! Bill and I selected crab cakes; Sarah had Chicken Santorini, and Matt feasted on short ribs. In addition to the salads, most entrees are served with eggplant orzo – yum!

FullSizeRender (188)Even though all of us had reached our food intake limit, we couldn’t pass up the Tiramisu Waffle, and were we glad we didn’t. Beautiful presentation and very different! That and coffee finished off a spectacular meal with our very special children! I highly recommend George’s Place for dinner or breakfast – so something tells me lunch would be great as well. Put it on your list!

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