The Chicken or the Egg is a fantastic and fun spot on LBI, known for its award-winning buffalo wings.

The Chicken or the Egg or the Chegg is so popular, I know we love eating there.

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The Chegg introduced something new and exciting to their spot on LBI a new pizzeria, starting Monday July 25th, 2022.

From the Chegg's Facebook page:

LORENZO’S PIZZA at the CheggOur new pizza place in the heart of Beach Haven is finally open! Featuring Chegg infused pizzas and sauces along with signature pies. You can grab a slice or a whole pie to go, conveniently located right next to the Chegg. The Chegg is known for “late night” and we will continue that tradition and will stay open until 2am from Thursday to Sundays (starting the week of 7/25) until Labor day weekend. Come and grab a slice!

Monday-Wednesday 11am-11pm
Thursday-Sunday 11am-2am

The Chegg is located at 207 North Bay Avenue in Beach Haven LBI. The new super, and delicious-looking pizza, Lorenzo's Pizza is located right next to the Chegg.

The Chicken or the Egg is open all day long in the summertime, and open for breakfast. Their breakfast menu is fun and so delicious. It's always crazy for breakfast at the Chegg, it just goes to show how awesome they are. It's one of the best breakfast menus at the Jersey Shore.

From the Facebook picture, Lorenzo's Pizza at the Chegg looks really good. So many of you are excited about their pizza on LBI. The white pizza is so popular and that looks fantastic.

Head over to the Chegg and Lorenzo's and let me know how the pizza is, I can't wait to try it.

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