Places to Eat

900 Degrees of Old World Flavor at Bocca Margate

Back in October of 2012, Bocca fired up the heart of Margate City. Bocca Coal Fired Bistro pumped over $1.5 million in renovations into their location at Essex & Ventnor Ave. By the look of happy customers and big crowds, the owners of Bocca are certainly receiving a nice return on their investment.  Bocca is more …

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VentnorBUZZ Spotlight: Chefa’s Bakery & Coffee Shop

Daniel Perez knows cake. He’s pretty darn good with pastries and cookies too. Daniel is the man behind Chefa’s bakery of Ventnor. Named after his lovely wife; Chefa, Daniel was busy helping customers as I entered one Friday morning. I stopped in for a cup of coffee, but walked out with a Tiramisu, some FRESH chocolate-dipped …

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Spotlight on Downbeach Deli in Margate

Delectable and Delicious – Your Favorite Kosher and Non-Kosher Deli Downbeach Deli is one of Absecon Island’s favorite delis. Located on Essex Avenue, they’re open seven days a week from 8a to 7:30p…..and til 8p on Friday and Saturday. Fresh and flavorful deli favorites for over 30 years. Fresh rotisserie grilled meats and poultry, cakes …

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Downbeach Foodie Favorite: Ventura’s Greenhouse

Ventura’s Greenhouse The history of the Greenhouse goes back approximately 100 years. Early 1900: A six room apartment house. 1932: During prohibition it was known as a speakeasy. Late 30’s & early 40’s: A tavern serving patrons such as the notorious Dillinger and friends. 1950’s to present day: the most popular summer spot in town …

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Season ends for Margate Community Farmers Market; organizers focus on Thanksgiving and next summer

MARGATE – The local farmers market ended its summer season on Thursday, Sept. 4, but organizers are already focusing on the annual Thanksgiving market and next season. The farmers market, held at Steve and Cookie’s By the Bay, was busy Thursday, but not as busy as it was throughout the summer when seasonal residents joined …

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Margate is Year Round. Not Just Summer Destination

From PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY: Some might assume Margate is a seasonal town because of its beaches and influx of summer visitors, but the city actually has a vibrant, year-round downtown business district, which locals say is even better in the off-season. “The off-season is actually the nicest time of year to visit because you …

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