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Down in the basement of Congress Hall you’ll find a late night music club that has a distinctly urban atmosphere that feels worlds away from the quaintness of Victorian Cape May. Built right into the foundation of the building, the original boiler pit for Congress Hall sits right next to the stage. The faceplate of that boiler is displayed on the back wall of the club.

It’s a totally one-of-a-kind vibe with exposed brick walls, brushed steel bar and tables, and an industrial aesthetic that give it the feel of a big-city establishment. All this attracts a great mix of guests from all the Cape Resorts hotels as well as lots of Jersey shore locals. You’ll enjoy a lively crowd, great bands like The Dane Anthony Band and the Billy D. Light Trio and even better martinis and cosmopolitans. If you missed dinner, be sure to order from a fun menu of tavern favorites all served with some innovative twists.
Chill by the bar and watch the action on one of the 10 TV monitors or get your groove on and take to Cape May’s most happening dance floor. There’s live entertainment Friday and Saturday nights. Where but Cape May can you enjoy the cool vibe of an urban hotspot and on your walk back to your room, the gently lapping sound of the Atlantic Ocean.

251 Beach Avenue
Cape May, NJ 08204
(609) 884-8421
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