It's time to face it, Mom was right all along. That being said, whether it's a calling for steak and eggs, loaded pancakes or coffee and a bran muffin, rub your eyes and get moving to these favorite Jersey Shore spots known for coming through not only on the most important meal of your day, but one we personally guarantee to be the best.
Best of the Jersey Shore: Breakfast
17 reasons to get up early
By Stephen Bove / Producer, Metromix Jersey ShoreNovember 16, 2009
Meet Steve and his legendary muffins
Shore-born enchantress cut teeth feeding the big dogs
Pier Village favorite serves up creative, delicious dishes
From breakfast to dessert and everything in between, the Broadway Diner in Red Bank is a favorite for the bar crowd craving good late-night/early morning eats.
You can’t go wrong with the eggs benedict or blueberry buttermilk pancakes at River's Edge.
A tempting selection of American favorites and café fare is offered at this cozy eatery.
Asbury's oldest business, world's best pork-roll sandwiches
For more than 45 years, Sunset Landing has provided truly special breakfasts over the Deal Lake. The asparagus special omelet, macadamia nut French toast and Nestle Crunch banana pancakes are just a few options here.
Luncheonette + antique shop = Shore stop you don't want to miss
Breakfast options include Irish oatmeal (with raisins, cinnamon and brown sugar), cranberry walnut french toast and the limerick wrap (with scrambled eggs, sausage, sour cream, salsa, and cheddar-jack cheese).
A bargain breakfast or lunch in downtown Farmingdale
Voted 'Best Breakfast Restaurant at the Jersey Shore,' Mariner's Cove lists more than 250 omelets and 50 variations of pancakes and waffles
The delicatessen has been a Bay Head staple since 1910
This "America's Classics" winner is as much of a landmark as Ol' Barney
Which came first? Who cares!
This pancake house has 20 different kinds of pancakes and almost as many flavors of waffles.