New Jersey August 20, 2016
Enjoy Breakfast In The Sky On This Beachfront Ferris Wheel Along The Jersey Shore
New Jersey is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in America, and some of the best restaurants… imagine combining the two. Wildwood offers an opportunity to enjoy incredible views while dining right on the water, with an epic twist.
Wildwood Ferris Wheel
At 156 feet high, the Giant Wheel at Mariner's Landing is one of the tallest ferris wheels on the East Coast. The boardwalk landmark offers spectacular views of the sea and surrounding shoreline attractions. For the past 31 years (since 1985), New Jerseyans have delighted in taking a spin on the wheel.
Breakfast In The Sky
The ride itself is fantastic, but it can be made even more amazing. Since 2010 (and briefly in 1997), Morey's Piers has offered patrons the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of dining on the wheel. Serving breakfast on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays throughout the summer (starting at 8:45 a.m.), this unique dining option brings the most important meal of the day to a whole new level.
Looking Out On The Ocean
Guests must call for reservations, with the last serving of the summer on 8/22. So, act fast or add this to your bucket list for next season. The ride lasts for about 45 minutes, with 15 minutes at the top, and 15 minutes on each side of the wheel.
Dine On This
Guests are escorted to a private gondola (seating 2-4), decked out with linens, fresh flowers, breakfast breads and beverages. The meals are spectacular, with options including Shrimp, Crab and Chanterelle Crepes, Freshly Made Belgian Waffles and a Spinach & Fontina Quiche.
Those who have taken this special ride offer rave reviews. For more on Morey’s Piers Ferris Wheel Breakfast, enjoy the following video or check out the
Morey’s Piers Website.
A spectacular culinary experience, “Breakfast In The Sky” has even been featured on Travel Channel’s “Epic Attractions.” It makes for a great date, girlfriend get-together or family adventure. For more unique eats in the Jersey Shore area, see:
This Retro Drive-In In New Jersey Will Make You Feel Like A Kid Again.