The Mad Batter Breakfast-to-Dinner Bistro in Cape May NJ

The Mad Batter Breakfast-to-Dinner Bistro in Cape May NJ

The Mad Batter Breakfast-to-Dinner Bistro in Cape May NJ

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Mad Batter Restaurant & Bar Philadelphia, PA - The buzzing breakfast-to-dinner restaurant serves American fare and has live music most nights of the week. A full bar serves up a variety of cocktails and beer, and guests can listen to live music on Friday and Saturday nights.

The Buzzing Mad Batter Restaurant & Bar in Cape May NJ

The iconic building where Mad Batter is located was constructed in 1882 as a seaside retreat house. It was only after playing poker at the property that local businessman Harry Kulkowitz recognized its restaurant potential. Then, he started searching for kitchen equipment in junkyards and added skylights, and a yellow-and-white awning over the porch to make the place a more vibrant place to hang out.

The restaurant also features a large outdoor terrace and is open for lunch and dinner on weekends. The ambiance is relaxed and comfortable, so you can enjoy your meal without worrying about waiting.

The restaurant first opened in 1976 in the Carroll Villa Hotel, which is now known as the Mad Batter. Its fun atmosphere is sure to make your evenings enjoyable.

The food served here is modern and sophisticated, with an American flair. It serves breakfast and brunch, and the prices are moderate. You can even find live music and art exhibits on site.

Located in the historic district of Cape May. It serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and cocktails. You can try Harry's famous Original Oatmeal Pancakes with blueberries for a casual meal.

The bar's menu features a wide variety of burgers and shakes. The burgers are served on large plates. The restaurant also offers vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options.

The décor is environmentally friendly and incorporates recycled materials such as bottles, glass, and wood. Happy hour deals are available daily, and craft beer is on tap. A martini list is also available.

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