Pop’s Corner Opens in Point Pleasant Beach; Other Dining News

Plus: Chef Adam Weiss opens his first solo venture in Hawthorne, while Tito’s Burritos closes two locations.

A breakfast sandwich, home fries and a glass of orange juice
Pop's Corner, a family-friendly breakfast, brunch and lunch spot, has opened in Point Pleasant Beach. Photo: Courtesy of Foxtrot Media


Pop’s Corner, Point Pleasant Beach

Just a short walk from the beach, Pop’s Corner offers breakfast and brunch classics like omelets, breakfast sandwiches and pancakes, as well as heartier dishes like crab cake Benedict, Cajun shrimp and grits, and chicken and waffles. Pop’s Corner’s adjoining marketplace offers grab-and-go food and beverages to bring back to the beach. Pop’s Corner is already on the radar of some celebrities, including actor Jesse Plemons, husband of Point Pleasant native Kirsten Dunst.
500 Arnold Avenue; 732-892-1700

F1RST, Hawthorne

F1RST (pronounced “first”) offers upscale New American dining with an emphasis on seasonal meals. After an extensive and impressive background at several of New Jersey’s top restaurants, chef Adam Weiss made the decision to open his own restaurant, aptly named F1RST. Gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian options are available.
112 Lincoln Avenue; 973-830-2119

MySalad, Lyndhurst

MySalad has opened its second location in Paramus. The menu features soups, salads, wraps, bowls and toasts, as well as a variety of juices and smoothies. Owner Tiana Munoz strives to create “fast and wholesome” lunch options with an emphasis on serving people in the heart of New Jersey.
415 Valley Brook Avenue; 201-514-6000


Tito’s Burritos, Morristown & Tenafly

Tito’s Burritos—known for serving up tacos, burritos and wings—closed two locations over the weekend. The Tenafly location opened last year, while the Morristown location was a mainstay for 14 years. “The entire Tito’s Burritos & Wings family would like to thank everyone from the Morristown community for your loyalty and patronage over the years,” the team shared in a statement. Locations in Ridgewood, South Orange and Summit will remain open.

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