Posts Tagged ‘Cape May Inn’

Higher Education and K-12 Bridges Conference in Cape May 2013

May 12th, 2013 by johnmatusiak

Afternoon Reception at Bacchus Inn

Afternoon Reception at Bacchus Inn

The Bacchus Inn Bed & Breakfast is proud to have accommodated and supported the 2013 Higher Education – K-12 Bridges Conference.

The Bacchus Inn staff have worked with members of P4CE for some time providing accommodations for their semi-annual board meetings and taking on the role of their liaison to Cape May. Planning quality events such as this require a knowledge of the destination and resources. The Bacchus Inn prides itself on understanding what Cape May has to offer as a beach resort and conference destination.  Through a consistent dialogue, The Bacchus Inn staff in union with The Cape May Convention Center provided information and assistance to P4CE event planners to help develop a quality experience for the conference attendees.

The Bacchus Inn was honored to provide accommodations during the conference for keynote speakers, Hall Davidson of Discovery Education and Apple Computer’s Steve Zalot. The Bacchus Inn provided accommodations for the executive members of the P4CE board and sponsors of this conference; Wilkes University, 3rd Learning, Chester County Intermediate Unit, Research for Better Schools, and Discovery Education.

During the first evening of the conference, The Bacchus Inn hosted a networking event as per the P4CE staff request. Some food was provided by The Bacchus Inn, but the social engagement also showcased exceptional products from Cape May Winery and Seaside Cheese of West Cape May.

This 2013 Higher Education Bridges Conference in Cape May event was a success for the planners, attendees, and Cape May.  A coordinated effort amongst P4CE staff, The Bacchus Inn, and the Cape May Convention Center were essential. The Bacchus Inn hopes that this conference will become a model for future events showcasing our beautiful seashore resort, historic inns, and the Cape May Convention Center.

 

Guy Fieri of Diners,drive-ins,dives is filming in Cape May

August 1st, 2010 by johnmatusiak

Lisa and I picked up take out to eat at The Bacchus Inn bed & breakfast. We spoke with the owner of George’s Restaurant when we picked up the food. He told us they are filming tonight and tomorrow.

Congrats to Goerge’s and Cape May. This is great exposure for all of us in Cape May.

New Kayaking Tour in Cape May

July 30th, 2010 by johnmatusiak

Capt. Scotti has come to Cape May to offer a new kayaking experience. He will take customers out to the dolphins drop you in the water and then offer tubing for the return trip.

Coupons are available in the foyer of Bacchus Inn Bed & Breakfast.

Cape May has some Old faces in New Places on the Washington Street Mall

July 26th, 2010 by johnmatusiak

The hot new T-shirt in Cape May is titled, “Capemaniac”. For many visitors their trip to Cape May is a ritual, an old habit that is too good to break.

Many have a predetermined plan nurtured and edited over years to provide the perfect getaway.  This may include a walk on the Washington Street Mall or a bike ride to the Cape May Point lighthouse.

For some it is all about “that” store or restaurant. This year has brought some changes. Tisha’s restaurant has been a mainstay of Beach Ave for years. Tisha’s restaurant provided great food with a picture perfect view of the ocean. The convention hall projected forced a move and now the restaurant has moved from the beach to the Washington Street Mall.

Tisha’s restaurant reopened on Friday July 23,2010. Two of our guests here at the Bacchus Inn Bed & Breakfast went to dinner last evening. They loved the ambience and were pleasantly reassured from their dining experience that Tisha’s is still a fine Cape May restaurant. The breakfast ritual at the Bacchus Inn is a review of  the previous night’s dinner. Jim and Joanne,longtime repeat guest, wanted everyone to know …that the new Tisha’s still has the great food while set in an elegant dining room”. So if you loved Tisha’s before on Beach Ave then try it again at its new location on the Washigton Street mall. If you have never been to Tisha’s restaurant then you should make a point to try one of the more refined spots of Cape May.

Tisha’s restaurant has a new neighbor, Bath Time. Bath Time was formerly located across from Swain’s hardware. Now it is conveniently located on the Washington Street Mall. Bath Time  specializes in custom scented bath salts but it also has other supplies for the bathroom.

Both Tisha’s and Bath Time have been long time businesses in Cape May.  They are a custom part of many visitors Cape May experience. Now they are very convenient neighbors to visit on the Washington Street Mall.

Tisha's Restaurant Cape May by Bacchus Inn

Bath Time Cape May by Bacchus Inn

Cape May restaurant has a new reservation format

July 24th, 2010 by johnmatusiak

Louisa’s Restaurant is a guest favorite at the Bacchus Inn Bed & Breakfast. It is a charming little secret tucked away on Jackson St. Louisa’s does food simply well. It is not a fussy place.

It is a close restaurant with ,french cafe style, close sitting. If you can deal with that you are in for a treat. The menu is on a chalk board. It consist on several fishes, crab cakes, and a poultry dish. The salads are fabulous. There are several salad choices each with there own unique identity. The desserts are homemade with love and care. Indulge in dessert it is soooooo worth it.

Louisa’s is usually a challenging reservation. They have made the process a little easier. Now you can make reservations one week in advance. If you want to try Louisa’s I strongly recommend booking the week before. Then just relax and enjoy a simple meal cooked with care.


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