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Best Sunday brunch in Northern/Central New Jersey???

steakrules85 Jun 13, 2009 05:59 PM

I am looking for a great place to take my pops for Sunday Brunch on father's day. I will welcome any recommendations whether it is sit down or a brunch buffet. So far I have a few places on my list that have gotten great write-ups. The Hilton at Short Hills, Molly Pitcher Inn, Fromagerie in Rumson, restaurant.mc, Salt Creek Grille. I am also considering Chart House possibly. Any and all recs appreciated!!

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    steakrules85 RE: steakrules85 Jun 14, 2009 08:54 AM

    Please anybody?

    1. Curlz RE: steakrules85 Jun 14, 2009 08:59 AM

      The Short Hills Hilton brunch has always been wonderful, but it's also definitely $$$. The only other suggestion I can add is Rod's at the Madison Hotel. I think that's the other extreme though...a MUCH older crowd, but less $.

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        steakrules85 RE: Curlz Jun 15, 2009 09:32 AM

        Unfortunately both the Hilton in Short Hills and the Molly Pitcher Inn are booked. I wound up booking something local in Staten Island, however I am still looking for other options. I looked at the menus for Fromagerie and rest mc but they look rather limited for brunch. Both would be great for dinner though.

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        user909 RE: steakrules85 Jun 14, 2009 09:25 PM

        KC Prime in Lawrenceville is also very good. Buffet style, with an omelette station.

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          NJfoodLover RE: steakrules85 Jun 15, 2009 06:45 AM

          South City Grill has a Great Brunch. I have only been to the one on Route 17 in Rochelle Park but I am pretty sure the Jersey City and Mountain Lakes locations have a similar Bruch.

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            steakrules85 RE: NJfoodLover Jun 15, 2009 09:33 AM

            I have always wanted to try South City Grill for dinner. Maybe I will book them for brunch. Is their brunch a la carte or buffet? I do not see a menu on their site.

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