08:00 a.m. Andre wake up! We have Breakfast in the Sky today! The text I got from Maggie this morning as I was finishing my final machine at the gym.
08:02 a.m. I’m awake, do you think I could forget about that?! my response to her.
We got to the Ferris wheel at about 8:45 a.m. for our 9:15 a.m. reservation. While we were waiting to board we were offered an assortment of drinks ranging from orange juice, water, coffee, and a lemongrass pomegranate iced tea (Chef Wally's own recipe and my personal favorite). I made sure I went to the restroom during this time because once it starts moving you can’t get off!
Maggie and I boarded The Giant Wheel and let the employees set it up. Through some unique thinking they had a table stretch throughout the gondola. I was very surprised how out of nowhere this table appeared.
Not going to lie but normally I am that guy with a complicated order however looking over the menu I trusted Chef Wally to make a spectacular dish. Several of the options included were a Jersey Tomato BLT with Fried Egg, a Belgian Waffle topped with blueberries and strawberries, and my choice- the Shrimp and Lobster Omelet with Goat Cheese. There are plenty of tasty options for all palettes.
Before The Giant Wheel starts cycling the table gets decked out with everything you need- orange juice, coffee, tea, water, ketchup, salt & pepper, silverware, a basket with toast, croissants and danishes, and of course your dish. I removed the cover off my dish and saw the delectable Shrimp and Lobster Omelet with a side of Home Fries. No disrespect to Chef Wally, but I love ketchup on home fries and that was the first thing I did before I started eating. Maggie and I both got the Shrimp and Lobster Omelet and out of nowhere I see another plate come to the table I look at Maggie and she goes, “take it” she surprised me with a Belgian Waffle covered in its berry goodness for us to share. Yum!
The Giant Wheel started moving and, “1-2-3-Go!” I said to Maggie. I cut the omelet and saw big chunks of lobster and shrimp mixed in the goat cheese. I wish Maggie caught my face on camera when I took my first bite because I was in astonishment. Of course with how good everything was I broke my diet and probably need to go to the gym again but I made sure there was not a bite left to eat.
This unique breakfast experience gave Maggie and I an opportunity to catch up on our weekend and enjoy the beautiful weather and view at 150 feet high of the Atlantic Ocean, Wildwood, and of course Morey’s Piers and Beachfront Waterparks.