Beach Club Clambake?


#1

Has anyone been there??? I was wondering on what you thought. We love Seafood and thought it would be a neat place to try (We’re trying a couple different places this time instead of the good ol’ stand by’s…LOL)

Thanks everyone!


#2

Yes and we go every trip! they have all of the items you would find at a clambake and also things like pasta, ribs, usually carved flank steak. Clam chowder is excellent and the desserts are fantastic!!


#3

Coming from New England We could never bring ourself to try it as we have had the real thing on the beach. I would like to hear from someone from NE who has tried this also and see what they think


#4

We have and love it! We didnt have a great server last time but again its a buffett so I dont expect the server to be around as much :laugh:


#5

My DH and I went last sept. While waiting in the lobby, my DH got very grumpy cause he thought the food set up was terrible. I mean he was ready to leave. Then we got seated. The food setup can be confusing but my DH loved it. I am a picky eater and also waddled out of that place. It is on our "must do " list for our next trip.


#6

There are usually ribs at a clambake? :huh:

(Pardon my ignorance: Southerner speaking.)


#7

[QUOTE=allirella;967883]There are usually ribs at a clambake? :huh:

(Pardon my ignorance: Southerner speaking.)[/QUOTE]

That’s for those picky eaters like me.:redface: My DH eats the clams and mussels and other slimy things that live in the ocean. I prefer eating things that run around on the ground. :laugh: And of course that little known wild animal known as pizza.:laugh:


#8

You sound like me. I think I am a seafood snob. :happy:
When you’re used to cold water shellfish, the warm water kind is just blech :pinch:.

But I ended up going to this one a couple of years ago with a group of friends and it wasn’t bad at all.


#9

[QUOTE=allirella;967883]There are usually ribs at a clambake? :huh:

(Pardon my ignorance: Southerner speaking.)[/QUOTE]

No, you’re right: ribs are not common fare at a clambake. But surprisingly, sausage is!


#10

[QUOTE=ddoll;967902]You sound like me. I think I am a seafood snob. :happy:
When you’re used to cold water shellfish, the warm water kind is just blech :pinch:.

But I ended up going to this one a couple of years ago with a group of friends and it wasn’t bad at all.[/QUOTE]

I guess it’s us folks from up North that seem to know a good clam bake - Ha Ha


#11

Clam Bake? we’ll pass on. Now if it were a crawfish boil then we’d talk!:laugh:


#12

That’s great!! It was on my Mom’s “List” of choices. I’m glad they have a little something for everyone, since my kids aren’t exactly “seafood fans” while mom and I are…

Thanks again everyone!!!


#13

I have been to Cape May several times and it is passable at best.