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About The Blue Rose Inn and Restaurant
The Blue Rose Inn & Restaurant is a beautifully restored B&B and fine dining establishment. Our experienced on-site chef, Michael Keating, has developed a delicious, exquisite menu of mouthwatering appetizers and flavorful main courses. Enjoy our unique menu in an eloquent, sophisticated atmosphere that is the perfect backdrop to enjoy a formal dinner to celebrate a special evening with a loved one or close friend. We have two dining rooms, the larger of which may remind you of a state dining room on a luxury cruise liner. We hope you appreciate the care we've taken with every detail, from the cobalt blue candle holders to the blue rose stained glass.Our kitchen is completely from scratch, and we make all of our dishes with fresh ingredients with love, every single day. The Blue Rose is family owned and run, and when you visit us, you're part of the family.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Cape May, NJ 08204
Hours of Operation:
Daily, from 5pm
10am - 1pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
BYO Liquor, BYO Wine, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
For New Year's Eve, at the time of your reservation there will be a $50/person deposit that will be applied to your final bill. You have until noon on December 31, 2015 to cancel your reservation and get your deposit back.
The Blue Rose Inn and Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
Although the food was very well prepared both my wife and I found that the selection of flavors the chief choose to marry together were at times off putting. The Duck Confit Ravioli was tasty, but mixing the beet reduction with the brown butter was not successful. The Cod fillet was cooked perfectly but the saffron lemon risotto was a little too tart for my taste. The Chocolate Soufflé was fine but suffered from the addition of the lemony sorbet. The cream angles would have been all that was needed, but having the two of them took away from the dish.
The inn is very charming, the service was very good and the room is quiet and refined.
The food would have been a home run, I think the chief is very talents but is trying to hard to be unique...
Celebrating a birthday at this Victorian Marvel. There were other rooms than the porch that were more attractive rooms to eat, but other than that we had a delicious, hearty, healthy dinner. The service was excellent and attentive. I loved the rocking chairs on the deck.
The food was not up to it's usual excellence. The signature steak entree was prepared well but I received mostly end cuts. The service from Stephanie was outstanding. We will return again and will hope that the entrees next time are back to their usual past excellence.
The dining room is lovely! At a loss at what to order and our waitress made no recommendations; yet, we listened to the waiter serving in the same room who made recommendations to all his guests. When leaving, the hostesses actually told us what they liked best - more than our waitress. May give it another shot because my husband loved his short ribs.
We go to Cape May every September, and when we dine we try one restaurant we've never been to before. This year, it was The Blue Rose. I don't know how we've always missed it. Although tucked away from the usual bustle of the mall area, it is on Washington Street.
The service was excellent, and our waitress was well versed in both the history as well as the menu. We like that the add items to the menu, and that it's varied as opposed to some of the other places we've frequented that always have the same thing. We were very happy with what we ordered, the food was delicious! The prices, however were more than what we believe the food was worth. Come down on the prices and this would be five stars!
The Blue Rose Inn Restaurant was just wonderful! The chef definitely cares about his guests and what he is serving. The menu the night we dined consisted of a number of unique dishes that were so well prepared, beautifully presented and absolutely delicious. The service was very attentive without being over-bearing. Our meal began with a basket of warm, scrumptious rolls. So yummy! My husband and I chose the creamy parsnip soup to start. What a taste sensation. For our main course, we had the short ribs, which were the leanest we've ever had. They were served with a delicious sauce and a side of au gratin potatoes. Although everything on the dessert menu was to die for, I had to pass. Hubby had the mint chocolate chip ice cream, which was a homemade wonder.
My husband and I visit Cape May every September and can't wait to visit The Blue Rose Inn the next time we're in town!
The burrata appetizer was excellent. The cobia entree was perfect temperature but it was so over salted that it masked the delicate flavor of the fish. The pecan tart was delicious. The server and the manager both apologized and comped the dessert. We have dined at the Blue Rose multiple times. This was the first time we had an issue. I'll chalk it up to a bad night.
Way overpriced and underwhelming. One entree was completely overcooked. The soft shell crab appetizer was an odd combination for a dinner. The bread, which they mentioned they are famous for, was like everything else-too complicated. A fresh piece of fish, cooked correctly with a simple sauce is better than a complicated dish with flavors that overpower the main ingredient. If I'm going to spend that much money, I'd rather go to Peter Shields where the view and food is outstanding.
We went to celebrate my girlfriend's birthday. The atmosphere was incredible and made me feel like we were dining in someone's home. The food was prepared perfectly from the first course to the last. The attention to detail in the dishes was remarkable and the pairing of flavors was delicious. I will most certainly dine here again on my next trip to Cape May.
Lovely location with unique food preparation. Liked the fact we could BYOB but a classy bar would be a nice addition to the restaurant and B & B. Would be great to take a break from Cape May shopping and an afternoon cocktail on the porch while relaxing in one of the huge rocking chairs.
We enjoyed our first dining experience at the Blue Rose. The menu was creative, which is important to us (why dine out only to choose from the same old dishes you can easily make at home? We want the Chef to show some style and flair, and were not disappointed). We are one carnivore and one vegetarian, and were pleased to find one of the few restaurants in Cape May that knows how to cook for vegetarians (an entree, not a salad! Yay!). The food was very rich, with decadent sauces (reminiscent of French cuisine), for us a bit more suited to a winter meal than summer dining. But all was delicious, and Destiny provided top notch service.
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