Prospect Heights breakfast favorite Tom’s has made the successful expansion onto the Coney Island Boardwalk, right at the corner of Stillwell Avenue. Plans have been in the works for this since December of last year. Amusing the Zillion posted a nice photo tour and said the menu is identical to the one in Prospect Heights, only with seafood entrees. Weekday hours are from 8 am until 4 or 5 pm; on weekends the joint should be open until 7 pm. According to ATZ, Tom’s should remain open on the boardwalk at least nine months a year.
Photo Album: First Brunch at Tom’s Coney Island by Bruce Handy [ATZ]
Old-Timey Prospect Heights Diner Tom’s Eyes Coney [Brownstoner]
Photo by Coney Island Photo Diary
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