Serenity and turn-of-the century elegance bring visitors to Cape May. From the Victorian bed and breakfast to the horse drawn carriages, Cape May transports visitors back to a gentle, elegant world. Yet, even in Cape May, crowds, trinket shops and noise can spoil the experience. Aleathea's, in the Inn of Cape May is one destination where tourist culture does not impinge upon dining. Turn-of-century style and elegance is respected. Set in the Inn of Cape May, Aleathea's definitely has its charm. The ceilings are decorated with fans and small chandeliers. On the wraparound porch, you can sit in a rocking chair for drinks.
The atmosphere is floral, fresh and summery. The pace is easy. Servers are calm and never rush. The tables are placed far from one another, and diners need never fear being overheard or bumped. The Menz family, owners of Aleathea's, try to provide guests with more than just another dinner out.
Arrangements for romantic Wedding Receptions, festive parties or impression - making business meetings are coordinated by a professional staff to make your special day a memorable one. Our Rose Room can accommodate from 10 to 100 with our seaside Veranda the perfect spot for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres.
Aleathea's also offers a full bar with unique collections of beers from around the world and wines. If you experiment with unusual beers, Aleathea's serves Kelpie Organic Seaweed Ale From Scotland. Also the largest imported selection from Belgium, England, Germany and many other countries! Most wines range between $20 to $50, be it a bottle of Opus 1, Duckhorn, Silver Oak or many other's, we'll have that special bottle for you!
While many restaurants claim to offer stunning experiences, few follow through. Aleathea's clearly follows through by giving guests a calm, yet delightful evening out!