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Road Trip #4

Wineries:
1. Balic Winery
2. Bellview Winery
3. DiMatteo Vineyards
4. Plagido's Winery
5. Tomasello Winery
6. Sylvin Farms Winery
7. Renault Winery

Restaurants/Eateries:
Angelo's Fairmount Tavern - Many Atlantic City restaurants are overpriced or geared towards gamblers, but this 80-year old landmark is a definite exception. Angelo's offers traditional Italian food, very cozy dining rooms, and walls covered with decades of baseball paraphernalia.
Address: 2300 Fairmount Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ
Phone: (609) 344-2439

Ye Olde Mill Street Pub - This is a traditional English-style pub - dimly lit, quaint, and cozy. They have a wide selection of beers and wine, and their sandwiches and burgers are outstanding. Before winery hopping through Atlantic County, I always stop here for lunch.
Address: 6033 Main Street, Mays Landing, NJ
Phone: (609) 625-2466

Kelsey & Kim's Southern Cafe - If you like traditional southern cuisine, pay a visit to Kelsey and Kim's. Serving both breakfast and dinner, this BYOB is all about comfort food. The owner and manager are quite personable, and prices are very reasonable.
Address: 201 Melrose Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ
Phone: (609) 350-6800

Lodging:
Inn at Sugar Hill - This historic bed and breakfast overlooks the scenic Great Egg Harbor River since 1845. Most of the rooms have a fireplace, and the inn serves breakfast, lunch, dinner. Somewhat unusual for B&B, The Inn at Sugar Hill has a tavern with live music on the weekend.
Address: 5704 Somers Point Mays Landing Road, Mays Landing, NJ
Phone: (609) 625-2226

Tuscany House Hotel - After you've visited all seven wineries on this road trip, and you are in no condition to operate a motor vehicle, stay at this lovely hotel connected to Renault Winery. The Italian villa architecture is amazing, and all fifty rooms in this hotel are unique.
Address: 72 Bremen Avenue, Egg Harbor City, NJ
Phone: (609) 965-2111

Attractions:
Lucy the Elephant -Mention the town of Margate, and the first thing that come to mind is Lucy. Built in 1881, this six-story tin and wood elephant-shaped structure is a historic landmark. Lucy can be climbed, and there is a howdah at top where visitors can sit.
Address: 9200 Atlantic Avenue, Margate, NJ
Phone: (609) 823-6473

Saint Padre Pio Shrine - Located in Buena near Bellview Winery, this outdoor Roman Catholic shrine dedicated to twentieth-century Italian saint Padre Pio was built by local farmers. Believers attest that aliments have been cured by praying at this shrine.
Address: Corner of Harding Highway (Route 40), Central Avenue, and Weymouth Road (Route 690) in Landisville, NJ
Phone: N/A



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