Duffer's is one of those places in Wildwood that you must try. The menu is very extensive and it has the feel of part diner, part 1800's ice cream parlor. I never get past the ice cream and the number of sundae choices is dizzying. While the prices for the sundaes might appear a bit high, wait until you see the portions. The quality is outstanding. There is a small gift shop, an arcade, and a mini golf course (try driving away without singing the Pelicans song). Parking can be difficult as it gets very very busy. The only negative critiques we have is that the delicious pizzelle cookies they serve with all dessert items seem to be some sort of "holy grail". We asked several waitresses about purchasing some as a "side" and we were categorically refused. At that point, good customer service might beg to have the wait staff bring a few to the table as a nice gesture (in years past, that is what they did); we would have gladly paid for them. I cannot understand any of this since the pizzelles are really cut in half and are not "full size". We make them at home and they certainly are not expensive to make. Secondly, my wife had ordered a brownie as a dessert (they are delicious) and was accommodated in the restaurant yet on the day we were leaving for home she went to the take out window and was told that we don't sell them (no exceptions). These are just a couple of quirky rules that kind of soured us on the Duffer's experience. Truthfully, I would think they would want to please their customers. In short, nice place, good food, very entertaining, somewhat reasonable prices, but lacking in viewing the customers' desires as worthy of bending their "rules".
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