All Seasons II: Why the Sequel is Better Than the Original

All Seasons 2 Freehold NJOne of the closest diners to my new home is All Seasons 2 in Freehold, New Jersey. My wife and I decided that this would be the first new place we’d try. It also helped that it was open and had no wait.

I had the Bronx Tale egg white omelette (grilled chicken, mushrooms, spinach, onions & mozzarella that I replaced with cheddar) with breakfast potatoes and whole wheat toast. It was a good omelette, but it’s pretty tough to screw up an omelette.

That’s why I had to test another food item from All Seasons 2: the Santa Fe grilled chicken sandwich, which is topped with guacamole and melted cheddar cheese on Italian bread. That was even better than the omelette, especially with the waffle fries on the side.

All Seasons Eatontown NJIt was a lot better than the experience I had at the All Seasons location in Eatontown, New Jersey. I can’t remember what I ate, but I know it was pretty lousy. The lowlight was the canned brussel sprouts which looks too repulsive to eat.

I guess it goes to show that there are exceptions to the rule that sequels aren’t better than the original.

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