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p314n Feb 23, 2011 11:17 AM

Hello all-

I am interested in hearing some options for an easter brunch in central nj (any options LOL)...i appreciate any help in advance!

cheers!

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  1. Curlz Mar 27, 2011 08:43 AM

    Since I've just been asked for ideas for Easter brunch for 20 in NNJ, I figured I'd give this a bump... My immediate thought is usually to go to the better hotels for occasions like this, but I've also suggested that maybe Bistro 55 is offering their brunch (it's not on their site). This group is really watching their budget, so any great bargains would be greatly appreciated.

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    Bistro 55
    55 Route 17 South, Rochelle Park, NJ 07662

    1. ambrose Mar 27, 2011 11:42 AM

      Well, if (1) you are willing to travel to the western part of central NJ, and (2) price is not an issue, then you might consider the Grand Colonial, which is near Clinton. Note that you will be charged 15% for service. At one time they were charging 20% but I guess they received a lot of complaints.

      http://grandcolonialnj.com/menus/East...

      1. Curlz Mar 27, 2011 11:58 AM

        Thanks...I'll pass this idea along. Fwiw, I've found out that most of the people going live in Morris Cty, some as far west as Mt. Olive. Last I heard, they're looking at Perona Farms, which is $43pp, so this is in the right price range.

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        Perona Farms
        350 Andover Sparta Rd, Andover, NJ 07821

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          Nursemegg Mar 28, 2011 07:45 AM

          I've made reservations at Rat's at the Grounds for Sculpture. $69/pp for a buffet lunch..not their regular brunch, and it gets you out onto the grounds as well. Maybe the weather will be warm enough to actually take advantage!

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          PuniceaRana Mar 28, 2011 04:40 PM

          You could take a look at Rod's in Madison...they have always had an excellent brunch. http://www.rodssteak.com/newsArticle....&

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            MommyLovesToEat Apr 5, 2011 05:10 PM

            Check out this link for NJ brunch spots:

            http://njmg.typepad.com/foodblog/2007...

            If you are looking for something casual try Cafe Winberie Ridgewood. It can get pretty busy but its a nice spread...not huge like some of these, but yummy.

            And something unique might be blue moon in englewood and wyckoff. Not your typical buffet fare.........

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            Cafe Winberie
            30 Oak St, Ridgewood, NJ 07450

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