Following dinner with a show is the most exciting way to liven up a meal, next to juggling silverware at the table or paying the violinists to play the entire Black Sabbath catalog. Delve into a meal and then be entertained with today’s Groupon for fare at Tisha’s Fine Dining and a show at Cape May Stage in Cape May, New Jersey. Both the fare and show must be redeemed on the same day, and the fare must be redeemed first, as Groupon holders will receive their show tickets at the restaurant. Choose between the following options:
- For $59, you get dinner and a show for two (a $125 total value), which includes:
- $25 for $50 worth of upscale fare
Two tickets to Red or This Wonderful Life (up to a $37.50 value each)<p>
- For $99, you get dinner and a show for four (a $250 total value), which includes:
- $50 for $100 worth of upscale fare
- Four tickets to Red or This Wonderful Life (up to a $37.50 value each)<p>
Cape May Stage’s professional-grade, seasonally themed performances match with an upscale spread from Tisha’s for an entertaining, belly-placating evening out. Couples, family foursomes, or strangers brought together by an eccentric millionaire can cover the culinary bases at Tisha’s, with entrees such as veal saltimbocca ($29), a mix of veal medallions, prosciutto, spinach, and fontina cheese, or the veggie-friendly broccoli rabe and penne ($22), prefaced by an appetizer of the award-winning clam chowder ($7) or Cajun fried oysters ($12).
From October 26–November 19, theatergoers feast their eyes on Cape May Stage’s production of Red, a Tony Award–winning play about American expressionist Mark Rothko’s struggles with fame and crippling fear of coloring outside the lines. Or opt for This Wonderful Life, a play based on the classic film It’s A Wonderful Life following the spiritual transformation of George Bailey during the winter holidays and running from November 25–December 31. Both plays begin at 8 p.m. Thursday–Saturday with a 3 p.m. showing on Saturday and Sunday. During the holiday season, families can trek through Cape May’s yuletide-themed decorations as they inhale the aromas of the Atlantic’s gingerbread-scented tides.