Five favorite Jersey Shore cafes to try this summer

He finally begins to feel that this eternal winter is coming to an end. A few days consistent in the 50s. The nights aren’t quite as freezing, and hey, a few days above 70. I’ll take it.

It means one thing. We are ready to go out.

We are already noticing that local businesses are starting to open for the season. Some have not been open for some time due to the pandemic.

You have to go out, right? Need support, need to explore, and need to get off the couch for a few hours.

If you’re like me, that’s where my “addiction” comes in.

I like my coffee. To like. I can’t start my day without him. Plus, some will say I can’t go through my day without him.

It’s funny, there’s a saying “I don’t trust a person who doesn’t drink coffee”. I joined that.

100% true. I’ll wink at you if you’re about my age and don’t touch that thing.

Ok, maybe it’s not that hard. Perhaps.

Over the past few months on our travels, we’ve found great little places to refuel all over the Jersey Shore.

Here’s what I look for when it comes to cafes, and I want to say I’ll stop at the chains we all know and love if there’s not much time.

The most important thing for me is the atmosphere.

Brooke Cagle, Unsplash

Brooke Cagle, Unsplash

Will I be greeted with a smile or rushed through the process? Also, the quality. are they compatible with a good product at each visit?

Normally I don’t ask, but sometimes I jump out of my comfort zone and want a good recommendation. I don’t know if that’s fair, but it’s something I’ll notice and judge based on that. Will the employee really think about it, share a favorite of theirs, share a favorite of other customers, or recommend something they’re known for?

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