New Jersey is cooking up true breakfast delights at these great restaurants across the state. From Cuban breakfasts to stuffed French toast and classics like a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich, you’ll find something hearty at one of these great breakfast places in the state.
If you’re into farm-to-table cooking, this is the spot as nearly all the ingredients are sourced from Brick Farm or nearby producers. Converted from an auto repair shop, Brick Farm Market is bursting with originality in both setting and breakfast dishes.
Started in 1942, Tops Diner has long been described as one of New Jersey’s best diners and their breakfast selection is no different. From pancakes to omelets to eggs benedict, the portions are huge and so is the flavor. You won’t leave here unsatisfied.
&grain is a specialty place whose menu is built around the facility’s freshly-baked bread that is made daily. They also cold brew Stumptown coffee in house which is a specialty brand from Oregon. Prices are reasonable and everything is made to your liking.
If you’re something for something other than run-of-the-mill bacon and eggs, La Isla will provide you with a real Cuban breakfast. It has been featured on TV and their famous stuffed French toast is mouth-watering and delicious with a guava glaze.
Another farm to table restaurant, Lovin’ Oven offers options for any dietary needs including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free. They offer freshly squeezed juice, French toast, quiche, egg dishes and more. Walk into this Lovin’ location for a warm and friendly breakfast experience.
Transformed from an inn, WildFlour’s secret is that everything is gluten-free. But nobody can tell the difference because of how delicious everything is from the crepes to the cakes to the cookies. They offer both savory crepes and dessert crepes.
Pancakes, eggs, and creamed chip beef are just a few of the options available on this long breakfast menu Try their namesake mad batter clam chowder, or the mad batter blackened fish sandwich and many other seafood options. They also offer vegan options.
The name should be an indication of the energy and liveliness of this place that stands out in many ways. Crazy knick-knacks and decorations lines the restaurant and waitresses wear PJs as uniforms. They offer breakfast bowls, eggs, and tons of French toast for kids and adults to both enjoy.