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Ezra Gastroni Apr 5, 2001 06:38 PM

In years past, we have gone to The Inn at Lake Mohonk, NY for Easter brunch. My grandson, aged 12 will be with us this year and I am trying to find a very nice restaurant for an Easter brunch. We are in Bergen County, New Jersey and anything within a 50 mile radius is suitable--if it's good.

Any help would be appreciated. Unclezra2@aol.com

Thanks, Ezra G.

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    M. Wytokay RE: Ezra Gastroni Apr 6, 2001 10:16 PM

    I would suggest that you try to contact Perona Farms Restaurant in Sparta, NJ. I know they have excellent Sunday brunches on a regular basis. Sparta is in the north western part of NJ. I don't know the distance from your town but I believe it's worth a try.

    Happy Easter

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      Esra Gastroni RE: Ezra Gastroni Apr 7, 2001 08:27 PM

      Folks, I am looking for a good restaurant which serves EASTER BUFFETS, not brunch. My previous post was incorrect. Any place within a 50 mile radius of northern N. J. would be appreciated.

      Thanks,

      E. Gastroni

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        Nizza RE: Ezra Gastroni Apr 7, 2001 09:55 PM

        For the last several years we have gone to the Friar Tuck Inn on Pompton Avenue in Cedar Grove (about 10 minutes south of the Willowbrook Mall - just to give you a idea of where it is). They always have a fabulous Easter Buffet including great cold and hot dishes along with Carving Station with Ham, Roast Pork, Turkey and Roast Beef. Don't forget the great dessert table either. I think the price is around $28.95 including tip and tax. It is a very lovely place and they do it right every time! I would highly recommend it.

        This year we are trying The Cotillion on Midland Avenue in Garfield ( not far from Rt 46). The last time we were there was many years ago and it was very enjoyable. Their price is $24.95 plus tip and tax. We thought after going to the Friar Tuck Inn for the last 5 years that we would try the Cotillion again.

        I hope that this helps you out in some way as reservations would be needed at either place. Happy Easter!!!!!

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