Thursday, June 30, 2016

“Throwback Thursday” Historic Restaurant Chronicles – Vol 15

“Throwback Thursday”
Historic Restaurant Chronicles – Vol 15

Cold Spring Grange Restaurant – Cape May, New Jersey



The beautiful shore town of Cape May, NJ has long been a tourist attraction within the state, especially during the summer months. The town is known for its historic atmosphere, amazing restaurants, and welcoming Jersey Shore beaches. Cold Spring Grange Restaurant, located within Cape May, was built back in 1912. The restaurant is a major contributor to the antique feel of the town as it is one of the oldest restaurants in New Jersey. According to http://www.coldspringgrange.net/, it is a two story building that was originally used as a meeting place for the “Cold Spring Grange #132” which was a political, educational, and social organization. This organization functioned until about 1970.

The restaurant is now open for lunch Tuesday-Sunday from 11-3 and for dinner Thursday-Sunday from 4-close and is sure to give you a unique, memorable dining experience. The building was the first to become part of the in Historic Cold Spring Village and stands as the only building to remain in its original location within the village. It is also listed on both the New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places.  If you are in the area make sure to check out this iconic New Jersey restaurant for a charming Jersey Shore experience and for more information please visit http://www.coldspringgrange.net/about.html or call 609-884-0114.

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