Breakfast and lunch comfort foods found in local eatery

February 3, 2013 by  

The West Broad Street Luncheonette, located in Palmyra, New Jersey, about a 20-minute drive west from Hainesport, recently announced a revised menu of its special items for breakfast and lunch.

For over 50 years, the restaurant was known to the local community as Lincoln’s Luncheonette, and then as the Parkview Café, until its name changed to the West Broad Street Luncheonette – which reflects the location of the restaurant. When Fran Hannan , the owner and chef, purchased the restaurant, he added many objects around the cozy space that represented the sentiment of the local community.

The new menu includes several breakfast items that provide a hearty start to the morning. These include the Palmyra Slammer, which is a dish of two eggs, two pancakes and two slice of toast; and the Palmyra Eggs Benedict, which is a biscuit that is toasted and topped with two poached eggs and a sausage gravy.

The new lunch menu includes sandwiches, hot dogs, steaks, and burgers, as well as the specialty of the house, which is the New Orleans po’ boy – a sandwich made of French bread and covered with a choice of roast beef, chicken, shrimp, crab cake, oysters, sausage, or fried fish. House beverages include raspberry iced tea and pink lemonade, although more traditional offerings like coffee, tea, and various sodas are also available.

With so many new additions to boast, the restaurant may need to call upon a print company to make changes to its menus in the dining area.

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