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Thread: Cape May for Non-Seafood Lovers?

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    I was looking at booking Cape May for dinner on our arrival day - thought it might be nice to just stick around the hotel, enjoy the pool and have dinner rather than going to a park. Andrew is not a HUGE seafood eater (though he does like some items), so my question is will there be enough for him to eat if he isn't a fan of seafood?




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    We've taken a number of non-seafood eating guests to Cape May. It's a great place for those groups with diverse tastes.

    Now, that was before the changes to their selections. They still have several (many) non-seafood choices, but no longer have their very good ribs, and have changed their chicken recipe. It's all still good, but has changed.

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    They also have chicken tenders and pizza on the kids buffet







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    Excellent, thanks ladies!




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    Jordan doesn't do seafood at all, and he always manages to get plenty. (Of course, he does devastate the dessert bar:wink: )





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