Boiler Room at Congress Hall
9 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
Brick oven pizzas and drinks in the sub basement of Congress Hall. Great atmostphere.
Best place for dancing in Cape May. Drinks are pricey but live music is free, no cover.
Excellent gourmet pizza. A great place for a drink, slice, music and hanging out in a cool Cape May space.
Located in the basement of the lovely Congress Hall hotel. There is an entrance on Perry Street, or you can walk through the hotel entrance, ooh and ahh and the beautiful interiors as you pass the living room, piano bar and restaurant, and head down the stairs to find this place. It's got so much in…
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