posted on April 03, 2012 09:13
CMLF Brands Outside Bar and Grill “On the Rocks”
Waterfront Locations to Feature Local Craft-Brewed Beers; Grill Specials
(Cape May, NJ) Today, Cape May – Lewes Ferry (CMLF) officials announced the rebranding of its outdoor bar and grill on the water’s edge at both Cape May and Lewes ferry terminals to “On the Rocks.” Beginning Friday, April 6, both “On the Rocks (OTR)” bar and grill locations will be open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 a.m. until the last ferry departure. After Memorial Day, these outdoor waterfront locations will be open seven days a week.
According to Steve O’Donnell, Superintendent of Food and Retail, establishing a Ferry “brand” for our local customers as well as passengers who travel aboard the Ferry was important. “We wanted to build more consistency on both sides of the Bay in terms of menu selections and entertainment so that our customers can expect the same great offerings at both locations,” O’Donnell said. “On the Rocks Cape May & Lewes is the perfect place to watch the ferry vessels come and go or simply take in the beauty of the Delaware Bay while enjoying a juicy burger or fresh local seafood.”
“On the Rocks Cape May & Lewes” will offer the same menu, including great burgers, grilled ahi tuna sandwiches, soft shell crabs, and other local favorites. OTR is also expanding its varieties of local craft-brewed beers. With a total of 14 beers on draught, OTR - Lewes will feature Dogfish Head, 16 Mile, Evolution and Twin Lakes, and others. Among the eight beers on draught, OTR - Cape May will offer the craft beers of Dogfish Head, Cape May Brewing Company, Tuckahoe Brewing Company, and Flying Fish.
“OTR Cape May & Lewes” is also your ticket to some great live entertainment. OTR - Lewes will have live entertainment three days a week on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings while OTR - Cape May will have live entertainment on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings. On Sunday afternoons, OTR-Cape May will feature Caribbean steel drum music.
Both locations have ample hassle free parking and weekly specials. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the live entertainment schedules and daily food specials.
The Cape May - Lewes Ferry (CMLF) operates year round and has carried more than forty million passengers since its inception on July 1, 1964. In 2011, the ferry service, which connects Victorian Cape May, New Jersey, and historic Lewes, Delaware, transported nearly 300,000 vehicles and approximately one million passengers.