St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner. How will you celebrate? Visit Cape May, of course! Cape May is home to several events that are sure to get you in the St. Paddy’s Day spirt. Here are some upcoming specials you won’t want to miss.
Sunset Lunge, Cape May Terminal – St. Patrick’s Day Dinner
Relax and enjoy a full course meal, paired with a selection of festive beers. Festivities kick off at 5:30pm with a reception, including Chef’s selection of Hors d’oeuvres, followed by a first course, salad, entree and dessert. The menu is as follows:
Hors d’oeuvres: chef’s selection of Irish themed hot & cold hors d’oeuvres
Beer: Black & Tan
Appetizer: Cockle & Mussel Chowder
Beer: Harp Lager
Salad: Spinch & watercress, crispy back bacon, blue cheese, pickled onions, hard cooked egg, tomato relish, red ale herb vinaigrette
Beer: Smithwicks Irish Ale
Entrée: Irish Mixed Grill – Lamb loin chop, banger sausage, chicken drumstick, colcannon, roasted parsnips & baby carrots, spring parsley sauce
Beer: Tuckahoe Brewing Company Anglesea Red
Dessert: Warm raisin and date bread & butter pudding, stout-spiked Anglaise sauce
Beer: Breckenridge Vanilla Porter
Carney’s, St. Paddy’s Day Plunge – 5K Benefiting Family Promise
This 1-mile walk, 5k run, and polar plunge benefit a great cause. Registration ranges in price from $30 to $50. Visit Carney’s to learn more and register.
Carney’s, St. Patrick’s Day Special – 3 Course Meal for $20
Carney’s is offering a delicious 3 course meal on St. Patrick’s Day. Choose options from the menu below. There’s nothing better than a warm Irish meal and a Guinness after a 5k run and polar plunge!
Guiness Onion Soup, New England Clam Chowder or Salad
Corned Beef Cabbage, Potatoe Crusted Salmon, Guiness Babyback Ribs, Lamb Stew or Fish N’ Chips
Dessert, Irish Coffee or Guiness
The Queen Victoria is an award-winning Cape May bed and breakfast, offering thirty-five uniquely decorated rooms and suites. The property is perfectly located in the heart of historic Cape May, steps of away from the best shops and restaurants. To learn more about staying in Cape May for St. Patrick’s Day, visit our Rooms page. You can also visit our Things To Do page to learn about local eateries, special events and celebrations.