I took a breakfast and sightseeing trip with my friends, Garret and Chris. We have been to most fly in breakfast destinations within 100 miles and were looking for somewhere new and interesting. We came up with Vera's Flightline Restaurant at Millville, New Jersey. It is an old Army Air Corp airfield and the restaurant is in the old Provost building right on the ramp. The reviews gave it 5 stars and said there is always a line out the door because of the great food at reasonable prices. That sounded perfect. We decided to fly over for breakfast, then to take a sightseeing trip up the coast from Cape May to Atlantic City before heading home.
It was a quick flight over to Millville and, as promised, the restaurant was right on the flight line.
|Pulling up to the ramp, we see the restaurant.|
|All tied down. The restaurant is the green building.|
|Garret and Chris. It's really cold out.|
|Walking into the restaurant from the plane.|
As advertised, the food was great, portions large and prices reasonable. It's a nice place.
|The Breakfast Club|
|That should hold me until lunch.|
|Garret and Chris dig in.|
They weren't kidding. There was a line out the door with every table filled the whole time we were there. The plane was getting a lot of attention parked out on the ramp and everyone was asking questions about it.
After breakfast, we head out to the plane for the sightseeing portion of our trip.
|N929X on the ramp|
|Climbout from Millville|
|Turning on course with the airport below|
Here are some pictures as we head up the Atlantic coast between Cape May and Atlantic City, New Jersey.
|Jersey Pine Barrens|
|The shoreline comes into view|
|Heading out over the Delaware Bay to Cape May|
|Looking north up the coast as we near the beach|
|View of the coast to the north|
|View from the back|
|Cape May and the Delaware Bay|
|Ocean view with winglet|
As we approached the restricted airspace around Atlantic City, we give a thumbs up to a great flight and head West toward home.
|Another great day in the Velocity|