A two-year-old breakfast and lunch joint in Wildwood Crest is on the market for $995,000.
This includes a building with upstairs apartments and a business now operating as the Doo Wop Drive-In.
Located on New Jersey Avenue and West Sweetbriar Road, it was once a bait and tackle store that became a restaurant when Philadelphia Cheesesteak Shop Tony Luke’s opened in 2010.
The Doo Wop Drive-In opened in 2020, transforming the iconic red-and-white tiled building into blue and white, adding a touch of 1950s nostalgia. French he serves toast, pancakes and waffles covered with fresh fruit, eggs, burgers, sandwiches and more.
Bradley Vodges, a listing agent for Atlantis Realty, said the owner was “moving out.”
He said it’s a great opportunity for anyone wanting to run a family business in a Shore town.
“Wildwood Crest doesn’t have a lot of commercial properties other than motels,” says Vodges. “You can almost see houses on the island.”
The apartment above the business has 1 bedroom, galley kitchen, living room, bathroom, washer and dryer.
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