Cape May Cafe: “Tasty seafood. Little overpriced.”

Cape May Cafe: “Tasty seafood. Little overpriced.”

My boyfriend and I went to the clam bake dinner buffet on a Friday night in October. First off, let me say that if you’re not a resort guest at the Beach Club don’t expect to be treated nicely when going through the security gate.  The security guard was rude. She didn’t ask if we had reservations she just told us to come back another night because they weren’t letting anyone in who wasn’t a resort guest or didn’t have reservations.

Um, we did have reservations, how about you ask first and not be so rude?! I mean, I work for Disney so I know how cast members are supposed to act and this was not it.

Anyway, we got into the lobby and went over to Cape May to check in. The hostess was very nice and we got in within ten minutes of our reservation. A manager seated us and told us about the desserts they had going on that day: cookies, cupcakes and four different kinds of tarts/truffles. The Oreo truffle was phenom! But I’m getting ahead of myself.

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Our server promptly came over and introduced herself and got our drinks. We headed to the buffet. They had all kinds if good stuff. Peel and eat shrimp, crab legs, seafood pasta, mussels, clams, and the regular stuff too. They had mashed potatoes, red potatoes, veggies, salad bar, two soups, rolls and a carving station.

They also had the kiddie buffet with chicken nuggets and Mac n cheese. It is $37/pp during the non-holiday season. I think it goes up to $40/pp during the peak periods. Personally that’s a little pricey unless your going to be eating a lot of crab legs. The food was great and so was the service. Overall, we would probably return but only as a special treat.

Used by permission from Mindy

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David Killingsworth is the son of the founder of DisneyDining.com. As such, he might know more about Disney World Parks and Games than any other 17 year old. David is a technical genius and when he is not writing for our Disney sites he is a video game designer and avid gamer.