Popular Restaurants in Jersey Shore
If you're headed to the beach this summer and you don't feel like packing your lunch, Curtis' Central Market has got you covered. The delicatessen, which has been in town since 1910, delivers to the boardwalks at the top of the local beach, said Adam Curtis, who runs the business with his father, Bill. The market, a mere two blocks from the beach, specializes in breakfast and lunch, though it also doubles as a liquor store.
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For a trendy, upscale dining experience, try Rooney's Oceanfront Restaurant, located just steps from the beach in Long Branch.
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. The retro flair that the diner offers beckons to those who crave comfort food in a fun and always lively environment. Known for its buttermilk pancakes, the 24-hour diner also presents daily specials, as well as an inventive "feature of the month."
Voted 'Best Breakfast Restaurant at the Jersey Shore,' Mariner's Cove lists more than 250 omelets and 50 variations of pancakes and waffles
If you go to Cammareri's, you will find the most delectable Italian goodies served up by owners Artie and Marie. They specialize in making custom cakes, but their sweet loaves of baked bread, luscious cookies and fine pastries should not be turned away. Relax at one of their cafe tables, which offer a warm and welcoming place to enjoy a dessert and coffee. They even serve an array of Italian ices, creamy gelatos and authentic spumoni, a Neapolitan ice cream.
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