LBI has a fantastic collection of restaurants ranging from beach casual to eclectic. Many are BYOB so check before going. Wait times can be extremely long in the peak season. Check for early bird specials and reservations.
Recently many restaurants have been adding outside seating and/or rooftop seating.
Pro Tip – Many of the restaurants rely on college aged kids for their staff. That means that they are shorthanded when they start going back to school. Expect longer waits beginning about a week before Labor Day.
The Delaware Avenue Oyster House and bar has a great selection of fresh shellfish.Continue reading No tags for this post.
Uncle Wills Pancake House is in the heart of Beach Haven. On most days, especially the weekends, there are lines of people waiting for their pancakes.Continue reading No tags for this post.
Our breakfast at the Creperie de la Mer had to be one of the best breakfasts we have had on or off the island.Continue reading
We stopped in for an early lunch. They have a great selection of sandwiches along with salads, wraps, tacos and more.Continue reading No tags for this post.
The Spice It Up Deli is located in Bay Village. One thing that caught my eye was a Sandwich Called “The Morrow Castle”. The Morrow Castle was a cruise ship that burned on the way from Cuba to the US.Continue reading No tags for this post.
Country Kettle Chowda is located in Bay Village in Beach Haven. The store is about the size of a large closet but don’t let that fool you. They have a great selection of red and white chowder as well as bisque.Continue reading
The Pearl Street Market offers coffee, slushies, prepared meals, sandwiches and breakfast.Continue reading No tags for this post.
The Ketch has a long history with Long Beach Island. Today it is a restaurant and a night club with teen nights.Continue reading No tags for this post.