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Monday, June 17, 2024


JP Prime Steakhouse to host special spa night

By On Deck Staff

JP Prime Steakhouse, the shore’s most prestigious steakhouse, has always been the best choice for a relaxing, indulgent dinner in South Jersey. The restaurant will reach a new level of comfort with Spa Night, coming to JP Prime, 206 Olde New Jersey Avenue in North Wildwood, on Tuesday, August 12 from 7-10 p.m.
JP Prime Steakhouse welcomes the award-winning staff of Annodam Spa & Salon, located in Philadelphia and Doylestown, Pa., as they recreate the serenity of the spa experience. Their talented hands will visit guests at JP Prime for an evening of rejuvenating massage and light spa treatments, alongside sensational cocktails and one of the best wine lists in the country.
Spa Night will include a variety of spa and massage services, including a mini-makeup application, a peppermint foot soak and the Annodam signature eye cocktail, among others. These soothing treatments will be complimented by selections from JP Prime Steakhouse’s dazzling drink list, and a stunning selection of more than 100 wines. This special event is for guests of all ages (21+ to drink). Take advantage of Annodam Spa & Salon’s rare visit to the shore, and let JP Prime help chase summer stress away.
JP Prime Steakhouse is South Jersey’s top steakhouse and arguably the most stylish restaurant along the Jersey Shore. Classic Shrimp or Crab Cocktail and hearty Chowder join forces with world-class cuts of beef– from outstanding filet mignon to a 32 oz. Porterhouse for two. Additionally, JP Prime’s Crab Cakes, another signature dish, steal the show, along with French-cut Rack of Lamb and European-style Chicken Breast over roasted corn and chorizo. A lush and modern backdrop and accomplished wine list complete the upscale dining experience.

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