Shut up and Eat
A NJ Restaurant Review
Shut up and Eat
804 Main Street
Toms River NJ 08753
741 Brick Blvd
Brick, NJ 08723
No Rating : N/A - A casual dining eatery, not rated as a fine, high end dining restaurant.
One of the top Breakfast restaurants in Ocean County
Well prepared food served in generous portions.
Tables are spaced close together.
Noise Level: Moderate - High
Dress: Very casual
Recommended For: Breakfast & Lunch diners who enjoy well prepared breakfast and Lunch in a fun, entertaining environment.
Not Recommended For: Not for the faint hearted. Best for diners who enjoy a traditional breakfast menu with low key atmosphere.
Recommended Dishes: The kiwi Mango French Toast; The Strawberry Nutella Pancakes; and The Eggs "Benny" which comes with a side of "Go-Home Fries".
Alcohol : BYOB
"Shut up and Eat" is a funky breakfast restaurant popular with families with kids looking for excellent breakfast & lunches ---- and fun for the kids to boot.
Now at two locations, they have opened a second location in Brick, larger than the original Toms River Location.
While the main reason to come is for the well prepared food served in generous portions, it's also a memorable, fun, entertaining experience for the kids.
The brain child of owner Annie Gauthier offers eccentric humor with waitresses dressed in silly pajamas in a setting of mismatched tables, chairs, tablecloths, and silverware.
There is a lot of clutter with skeletons at a piano, wall to ceiling collectibles, old style TV's playing 70's sitcom's ---- and if that isn't enough to occupy the kids, there is a huge toy corner.
Be prepared for waitresses shouting to everyone including the diners.
The menu offers a large variety of well prepared reasonably priced options.
The service though goofy, is friendly and attentive.
Come dressed in pajamas for a slumber party and you’ll receive a 13 percent discount on your check.
They can accommodate birthday parties for up to 80 people at the Brick location.
"Shut up and Eat" is open 6:30am - 3:30 pm (3:00 pm on Sunday), 7 days a week.
(updated: January, 2015)
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