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Easter Sunday Brunch, Merrimack Valley or Southern NH?

lexpatti Apr 1, 2007 07:37 AM

Hi all, Looking for a good suggestion for easter sunday brunch. I already know about Cobblestones-Lowell, Outlook at Nashoba and Crown Plaza in Nashua - any others.

  1. l
    lexpatti Apr 8, 2007 04:26 PM

    I guess when your decision is based on price, that's what you get. No real complaints, excellent ham, great omelette station and a huge plethora of pancakes, french toast, blueberry crepes, pastries, etc. and I didn't have to go all out and clean the house - It was well worth it. I wouldn't put it up there for great Brunches though.

    1. l
      lexpatti Apr 3, 2007 06:18 AM

      Thanks everyone, think we've settled on Crown Plaza for location of everyone and keepin an eye on our budget since we're footin the bill.

      1. c
        cheryl_merino Apr 3, 2007 04:49 AM

        Stonebridge Country Club has a great Easter Brunch and is located just 15 from Manchester in Goffstown, NH. The brunch for adults is only $18.95 and for kids 10 and under is $8.95. Stonebridge has great food, fantastic views and a friendly staff that makes you feel like you're home.

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        1. re: cheryl_merino
          lexpatti Apr 3, 2007 06:15 AM

          Thanks, this one is a very nice, off the beaten track - I'll remember for other events - we're with folks that won't want to go this far north for Easter though.

        2. whs Apr 1, 2007 12:49 PM

          Bedford Village Inn is doing Easter brunch and dinner. They get booked up pretty fast though...

          1. t
            three of us Apr 1, 2007 08:48 AM

            Pricey but well worth it, Silks at the Stonehedge Inn, Tyngsborough.


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