2. Woody’s Town Cafe – Allentown, New Jersey

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Heading east while avoiding the northeast, we come to an excellent suggestion and a favorite of MO’s east coast correspondent Andrew Capone: “Woody’s is  strategically located at the start and finish of what we call the Burlington and Western Monmouth Loops, a surprisingly nice-for-NJ, 50-mile or so set of rural backroads where some spirited riding is known to occur. Always a good cross-section of motorbikes and riders on hand, but decidedly not a biker’s only place. And the Dog Pile platter defies all FDA guidelines.” (Your choice of a generous serving of bacon, sausage, pork roll, Canadian bacon, or Virginia ham, three eggs, home fries, and toast,$8.59).

http://njmonthly.com/restaurantreviews/woodys-towne-cafe.html