A few weeks ago, I met my coworker and friend, Lora D, on Long Beach Island. She’s a native of the area and suggested we go to the Dockside Diner.
As the name indicates, it’s located right on the Dock. You can watch the boats. The outside is rustic and made from wood.
The inside is a small, shore diner. When we arrived for lunch, it was packed, and we sat outside.
The coffee was good, and the waitress refilled it often. Nothing stood out, but I have no complaints.
The Dockside Diner has all sorts of breakfast and lunch options. They are open on weekends for dinner too. Since it’s along the shore, there are a lot of seafood options.
I knew I wanted something seafood-related and decided on the Sailors Omelet which was stuffed with crab meat and topped with hollandaise sauce. It was delicious. I chose rye bread, which was drenched in butter, I could have used a little less, but it was good.
The side hashbrowns were cooked with just a bit of crisp (my favorite).
I enjoyed my meal and would order it again.
The waitress was friendly, and our food came out quickly.
For my meal and coffee, it was $17.
I enjoyed the Dockside Diner. The meal was fresh, and there are so many different unique seafood options. The menu reminds me of a cute seafood cafe.
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