New Jersey Diner Gets National Spotlight as Best Breakfast Spot
Here in Jersey, we're fortunate to be surrounded by plenty of eateries that serve up a scrumptious breakfast.
What's even better is that we can have a pork roll egg and cheese, a stack of fluffy pancakes, or crispy waffles 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
That's thanks to this wonderful thing called the diner.
Lucky for us, we live in the diner capital of the world.
You don't have to go far to find a shiny chrome diner calling your name.
Counter or booth?
I'm a booth guy myself.
Oh, and by the way, you are not in a true New Jersey diner unless the menu is laminated and is over 40 pages long.
Personally, I wouldn't go for the "fish of the day" at a diner, but there's always that option.
Where else are you able to get an omelet, meatloaf, pork chops, and disco fries all in one place?
So it's no surprise that when Eat This Not That traveled the great U.S of A to find "the best breakfast spot in each state," The Garden State's winner was a diner.
Eat This Not That had this to say:
As you'd expect from a classic diner, the menu has just about any traditional breakfast dish you could possibly want—omelets, egg sandwiches, French toast, heaping piles of pancakes, and more. The specialties include steak and eggs with grits, as well as brunch sampler platters with a little bit of everything if you're a tad indecisive. Just don't forget to snag an order of the bacon cheddar home fries, which Yelpers claim are a must.
No, we're not in Pawnee, Indiana, we're in Egg Harbor Township.