If you have been feeling like luck no longer exists in the world, let the news prove you wrong. Just last week, a New Jersey couple discovered a pearl in their food at The Lobster House in Cape May, NJ.

Restaurant regular Michael Spressler was finishing up his dozen clams when all of a sudden he chewed on something that he assumed broke one of his teeth. Upon spitting it out, he quickly realized it was a pearl.

The craziest part about it is this meal was the Spresslers' 34-year celebration of dining at the restaurant.

This is the first-ever pearl to be found at The Lobster House, and after a bit of research, it was discovered that the pearl may be worth a ton.

It measured at 8.8 millimeters, which usually means it’s worth thousands of dollars. The Spresslers are keeping the pearl and it will serve as an amazing memory of Lobster House, their favorite restaurant. Lobster House has been around for years and is historic to Cape May.

Lobster House from Google Maps
Lobster House from Google Maps
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The restaurant serves an abundance of seafood, all caught fresh each day right beside the water, where you can dine and enjoy your meal. Some of the most popular menu items are live lobsters, charbroiled meats, stuffed clams, and more.

After this story, anyone dining at The Lobster House will definitely want to test their luck and order the clams! If you are heading to Cape May this summer definitely make it a point to eat here.

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The Ultimate Guide to New Jersey Brewpubs

From the website that gave you the "Friendliest bars" and places to watch the game, comes the ultimate guide to New Jersey brewpubs.

So what's a "brew pub"?

According to Thompson Island's Article on the differences between a craft brewery, microbrewery, brewpub & gastropub, it says:
 
"A brewpub is a hybrid between a restaurant and a brewery. It sells at least 25% of its beer on-site in combination with significant food services. At a brewpub, the beer is primarily brewed for sale inside the restaurant or bar. Where it's legally allowed, brewpubs may sell beer to go or distribute it to some offsite destinations."

New Jersey has tons of Brewpubs, some of which have been around for years and some that have just opened in the past year.

Here is a full list of the 21 brewpubs in New Jersey according to New Jersey Craft Beer: