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My Kitchen Witch in Monmouth Beach started from owner’s need for a change after 9/11After the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Karyn Jarmer moved from Manhattan to Monmouth Beach and, two dogs and eight cats later, decided to launch My Kitchen Witch Café, a breakfast and lunch eatery that showcased all of the things she’d loved and learned in her own house growing up.
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But regardless of whether you're a good witch or a bad witch, you'll find yourself drawn to this comfortable Monmouth Beach eatery. Adorned with all of the magical and mystical decorations you could imagine, My Kitchen Witch is a unique and popular place for locals to eat.
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After the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Karyn Jarmer moved from Manhattan to Monmouth Beach and, two dogs and eight cats later, decided to launch My Kitchen Witch Café, a breakfast and lunch eatery that showcased all of the things she’d loved and learned in her own house growing up.
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At My Kitchen Witch, you'll enjoy healthy, home-cooked meals that will soothe your soul. With a little bit of magic, we've found ways to make your favorite comfort foods better for you by using nutritional, lighter ingredients. It's deliciousness at its best, served up by our fun and friendly staff in our charming little cafe. Don't forget to check our specials board when you come in -- the Witch always has something extraordinary brewing!
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Jarmer’s whimsical affinity for witches has led to the creation of several signature menu items – including the Toil and Trouble Omelette, Eggs Bene’witch, a variety of “sandwitches” and the Cauldron Salad. She has inspired scores of devoted patrons to contribute to her collection of witch-themed items, which help decorate the nooks and crannies of the restaurant. “We’re all a family here and I love when our customers call me ‘Witchipoo’ or ‘Witchy Woman,’ ” Jarmer laughed. “It’s cute and fun.”
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My Kitchen Witch is lovely for breakfast and lunch, but their Friday evening three-course dinners are wonderful. The menu changes weekly, so check the website. They now cost $29.95 and are BYOB, so somewhat of a bargain. Reservations accepted.
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If it’s a Friday night and you’re really craving a dish from My Kitchen Witch, you don’t have to worry: Every Friday night, the café hosts a three-course, candlelit BYOB dinner for $29.95 per person.
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In a separate room from the café, My Kitchen Witch also has a Grab-and-Go Magic Market and a Magic Potion Juice Bar. Jamer said the market is convenient for her senior customers, some of whom would rather have the option to pick up their food in microwavable containers and take it home. The juice bar offers fresh juices and smoothies.
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“My Kitchen Witch is such a wonderful place – everyone is so friendly there and the food is outstanding, creative and completely homemade,” said Kalinowski, 50. “Karyn has so much positive energy and is passionate about what she does; her success is a reflection of her talent, upbeat style, and the way she treats everyone – like family.”
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The café has become a hot spot for locals, who nicknamed the joint ‘the Witch.’ Not only is the café famous around town, it has made Jarmer a prominent figure as well.
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The Chicken or the Egg, Beach Haven It’s hard to go wrong at the Chegg, as devotees call this offbeat spot for egg sandwiches and pretty much anything else you might hanker for. Mark Cohen, who owns the place with his brother, Craig, attributes the Chegg’s luminous standing not only to its vast menu but also to its being open 24 hours a day (from Memorial Day through Labor Day), with breakfast available around the clock. Another nicety—since there is almost always a wait (sometimes up to two hours)—is that the Chegg will text you when your table is ready. Once you’re in, feast your eyes on the egg-centric wall art, or on your plate, where the Goshdarnwich (one egg, bacon and cheese between two fat slices of French toast, with maple syrup and home fries, $7.99) might await you. The ocean is just two blocks away—not enough to walk off all those calories, but Cheggers are not waistline worrywarts. 207 North Bay Avenue, 609-492-3695.
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“I lived in a five-story walk-up on the Upper West Side and remember feeling so isolated after that tragedy. I wanted to come home to the beach, woods and animals,” Jarmer, 48, said. “I needed to be around people and nature.”