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John And Elaine's


Route 35 South, Point Pleasant Beach
Earn 3X Points

Although the juice and acai bowl shops try their best, the Jersey Shore breakfast scene hasn’t changed much. There are still plenty of bagel shops to stop at for egg sandwiches, marina-side cafe’s that serve as one-stop shops for fisherman to get omelets and bait and tackle, and of course, tchotchke-filled pancake houses. And along the northern Shore, we’re yet to find any pancakes that beat the ones at John and Elaine’s. Pair those hotcakes with their juicy breakfast sausage, which, if snapped loud enough, can drown out the political opinions blaring from the TV above their counter that you definitely didn’t order with your eggs.

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