Cape May Gazette | Business

Big Wave Burrito serving up live music with open mic

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Written by Christopher South Thursday, July 10, 2014 11:18 am

Cameron family at open mic Cameron family at open mic CAPE MAY – Big Wave Burrito has been known for its hefty burritos packed full of ingredients, but they are also becoming known for live music in the form of a regular Thursday night open mic.

Mickey Chew and his wife, Kate Delany Chew, added music to the menu several years ago, and their open mic has already gone through a few changes.

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Lower Township bread stand rises for its fifth season

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Written by Christopher South Thursday, May 08, 2014 10:58 am

Elizabeth Degener at her bread stand with Wesley Laudeman Elizabeth Degener at her bread stand with Wesley Laudeman LOWER TOWNSHIP – At 23, Elizabeth Degener had an idea to bake bread the way she had done while working on a farm in Germany, and sell it along the road as her mother had done with flowers.

What initially seemed like a fluke is now in its fifth season with no apparent slacking in the demand for fresh bread baked in a wood-fired, clay oven.

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Pilot House to be sold to Peter Shields owner

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Written by Christopher South Wednesday, May 07, 2014 10:26 am

The Pilot House Restaurant The Pilot House Restaurant CAPE MAY — Jeffrey Gernitis of the Peter Shields Inn confirmed he and partners Leonard Gagliardi and Gino Ciancaglini are in the process of buying the Pilot House.

Recently the partners, known as Carpenters Street Hospitality Inc., applied for a person-to-person liquor license transfer from Frank Enterprises, owners of the Pilot House.

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Merion Inn owner looking to reopen with a partner

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Written by Christopher South Friday, April 25, 2014 02:59 pm

CAPE MAY — Amid rumors that the Merion Inn is closing its doors and being sold, owner Vicky Watson said her first choice is to acquire a partner and reopen in a couple of weeks.

Watson said it is not true that some 35 Merion Inn employees were fired.

“The employees were told we can’t reopen right now and we recommend they look for other jobs,” Watson said. “It was only fair to tell them — they need a place to work.”

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