Fare: American - Breakfast/Brunch
Affordably priced, traditional American breakfast.
Cash only, no credit cards
Does not have a kids menu
Noise Level: Moderate
Dress: Very casual
Recommended For: Budget conscious diners who enjoy well prepared traditional breakfast/brunch at a reasonable price.
Not Recommended For: Diners looking for creative, eclectic breakfast/brunch
Recommended dishes: Blue berry Pancakes, French toast, ham and eggs, and any of the daily specials.
In a family vacation destination loaded with mediocre family breakfast & pancake houses, Larkin's is a cut above the rest.
Opened in the 1950s during the Wildwood boom development years, this restaurant has that Doo-Wop atmosphere with a wrap around counter, a juke box, booths, and awnings in turquoise and coral.
They serve both American and European coffee in old fashioned cups.
Good old fashioned breakfast food served in large portions at an affordable price. The menu is limited, be sure to check out the the daily specials listed on the white chalkboard.
The service at Larkin's is friendly and attentive.
(updated June, 2018)
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