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April 16, 20085.0
I’ve been going here since i was hrmmmm probably out of the womb. I’ve NEVER had a problem…. i don’t know if is the fact that I was a waiter one time and know how it is when you’re dealing with 12 tables and everyone is in your way……
ANYWAY! On to the part that matters…. this is the best breakfast place EVER…. you can go to ritzy turning point, or Perkins, i-hop, WHERE EVER! You will NEVER find food like this place. Yeah it’s a breakfast joint, but they have EVERYTHING. Omelets you would never even imagine, the sweetest freshest fruit around and excellent quality, homemade, finger licking (which i never do), FRESH, classic comfort breakfast food EVER! This is my medicine for rainy day blues, hangovers, cold summers, breakups, and when i just feel like being a pig. This is the place to go.
Try the stuffed french toast! This is thick, Texas style french toast stuffed with fruit with an apricot syrup to go along with it. Or the breakfast quesadilla, amazing, can never finish it! There lunch food is great too! Clubs, sandwiches, gyros, burgers, etc! Prices went up a little over the years, but this place has always been my favorite. So good my friends and i skipped school in high school to go one day! Awesome!
French bread sliced, dipped LIGHTLY in egg (not like normal “french toast”) BUTTERED and griddle crisped. Topped with freshly cut, sweet straw berries, served with some great strawberry jam, coated in powered sugar. Had 2 links of sausage on the side, it’s heaven. Doesn’t even need syrup, ask for strawberry jam on side to keep crisp.
September 22, 20073.0
I went to Mariners Cove this morning to meet my family for breakfast in Brielle. I was running a little late but usually there is a wait at Mariners Cove so I wasn’t too concerned. My family was sitting already so I took a seat and immediately the waitress was up on us asking if we were ready to order. The cool thing about Mariner’s Cove is the menu which has literally a hundred different omelets on it. An overwhelming menu like this takes time to look through and it was clear this waitress was not waiting! So while my father ordered the Italian Stallion omelet and my step-mother ordered an eggplant rollatini omelet I was so stressed over the extensive menu that I just ordered 2 over easy eggs with home fries and bacon. Boring but you can never go wrong the basics! Or so I thought. When our more than unpleasant waitress came back she very rudely yells out Excuse Me Excuse Me!!! Like I was in her way when she was putting out our food. I’m ducking and dodging all awkwardly apparently in the way of the omelets! My eggs were okay but the home fries were undercooked. The bacon was so awful that I had to remove it from my plate for my father to pick on. My father will eat anything apparently. While my meal was less than impressive I tasted my father’s country style “Italian Stallion” omelet and it was quite tasty. So the rule of thumb at Mariners Cove: order something a little crazy for breakfast on their extensive menu but steer clear from the basics because they basics they don’t do well….
August 14, 2005
Though this restaurant has changed hands over the past decade, Mariner's Cove is a Jersey-Shore legend, known for its menu of more than 200 omelettes. You'll want to order all of them. You won't be able to finish any of them. And don't…
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