The Blue Pig Tavern, Cape May
Cape Advisors completed a redevelopment of Congress Hall and launched The Blue Pig Tavern in 2002. Whether a guest of Congress Hall or a neighboring hotel or a Cape May native, all are welcome for breakfast, lunch and dinner in the distinctive dining rooms of the Blue Pig Tavern. Tucked in the corner of Congress Hall that fronts on Congress Place and Perry Streets, the name derives from a gambling parlor sited in Congress Hall in the mid-1800s. Earlier still, in the 1700s, Elias Hughes operated a tavern for whalers on this site. It was the first tavern in Cape May.
Beloved by locals and visitors alike, there is no better place than the Blue Pig to enjoy American classics. In the warmer months, dining is available on a wonderful, secluded patio. In the cooler months, the magnificent dining room fireplace is center stage. Cape Advisors’ former subsidiary, Cape Resorts Group, manages the property.