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Chefs in Somers Point are really gearing up for its annual Restaurant Week, which actually lasts more than just one week.

Attention foodies — your time has come.

Both Cape May and Somers Point will hold restaurant week-themed events in the coming days.

Cape May begins with its Restaurant Weekend, a four-day event running Thursday through Sunday, Nov. 1-4 that offers an appetizer, entree and dessert for just $35 a person. Participating restaurants include, but are not limited to, Black Duck on Sunset, Merion Inn and Peter Shields. Tickets are not required, but reservations are suggested. For a full list of participating restaurants go to CMRestaurantWeek.com

Not to be outdone by its southern competitor, Somers Point will offer its own Restaurant Week, which actually lasts for 10 days. The event offers lunch and dinner deals from Friday, Nov. 2 through Sunday, Nov. 11. Eighteen restaurants in total will participate, offering prix-fixe menus. A two-course lunch is priced at $12.18 per person, while dinner is three courses and is priced at $27.18 per person. Live jazz will be performed at select locations throughout the promotion, courtesy of the South Jersey Jazz Society. For more information, go to SomersPtRestaurantWk.com.

— Ryan Loughlin

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Freelance reporter for At The Shore/Atlantic City Insiders from 2011-2015; Editor in Chief, MainStreetMarlboro.com,2014-2015; Writer for Zagat, 2013

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