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Cape May Diamonds

Cape May Diamonds

Supernatural Powers Since 1750

In the 1880's as Congress Hall enjoyed its return to glory following the Great Fire of 1878, it continued the tradition of attracting clientele from the elite classes. Legends of these guests ...

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Cilantro a.k.a. Coriander

Cilantro a.k.a. Coriander

From Beach Plum Farm

Through the hot and humid days of this summer, the greenhouse at Beach Plum Farm has protected the cooler weather plants in the heat of the scorching sun. In the winter time, the greenhouse se...

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In praise of…the Meat Board

In praise of…the Meat Board

Ebbitt Room chef Anthony Micari designed his meat board with a summer evening in mind.  "It's the perfect dish to share with friend at the bar or on the front porch, especially with a sea breeze and a punchy glass of wine," he said.  Originally intended as a way to preserve meats in the days before refr...

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In The Columns

In The Columns

Stars and Stripes Forever

Along the columns that mark the entrance to Congress Hall are four prominent banners that wave in the breezes coming off the Atlantic Ocean every July afternoon. Their pattern and style are re...

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A Day in the Life of David Chanudet

A Day in the Life of David Chanudet

Head Gardener for Cape Resorts

When I arrive at Congress Hall, I begin where I left off the day before, working my way around in a clockwise manner. It’s a continuous cycle; by the time I get around the clock, I have to sta...

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The Key to Hospitality

The Key to Hospitality

The Origin of our New Logo

In 2010, on the corner of Broadway and Perry Street, a contractor who'd been widening Cape May's drainage system spotted a key inscribed with the initials AK.  Sensing this might be no ordinar...

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