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Sunday Brunch in Red Bank?

RedBank Nov 6, 2013 01:11 PM

Does anyone know of someplace to get Sunday Brunch, or breakfast in general on a Sunday, quickly? Maybe not very expensive?

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  1. corvette johnny RE: RedBank Nov 6, 2013 02:20 PM

    Well two semi expensive brunches are the Molly Pitcher and Salt Creek in rumson (a few miles away but not far and on the same Navesink River.)

    I am not even sure this place is open but my friend used to rave about a place called the "Inbetween Cafe"

    If you want cheap and good, a nice porkroll, egg and cheese bagel from the "bagel station" is my idea of a good and cheap breakfast on the go : ) There are a few places to sit in there but its mainly take out.

    I have never been for breakfast but I think the Broadway grill might be OK. Its not gourmet by any means but might do the trick for cheap, quick and convenient.

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    1. re: corvette johnny
      jrzcat RE: corvette johnny Nov 6, 2013 02:31 PM

      CJ - the Broadway Grill is closed. Broadway Diner on Monmouth Street serves a quick breakfast.

      If you want a slow Sunday brunch worth your time and money, try Oyster Pointe on the Navesink River.

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        corvette johnny RE: jrzcat Nov 7, 2013 06:20 AM

        Really? when did the broadway grill close? I used to love those boneless buffalo wings : )

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          jrvedivici RE: corvette johnny Nov 7, 2013 06:53 AM

          Yeah that's news to me, it was open a couple weeks ago. What's the scoop jrzcat????

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            jrzcat RE: jrvedivici Nov 7, 2013 07:26 AM

            Um... Google it ?

            Or go here:

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              jrvedivici RE: jrzcat Nov 7, 2013 01:54 PM

              Thanks for doing the leg work. While I hate to see mom and pop operations fold, especially after being in business as long as this one, I can honestly say I'm surprised they made it as long as they did. I never particularly cared for the place.

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                jrvedivici RE: jrzcat Nov 8, 2013 08:39 AM

                I passed it this morning after dropping my son off to school. There is only a small "for rent" sign in the window, otherwise you would have no indication they weren't open. Table clothes still on the tables, flowers on the hostess stand, and fliers of their "upcoming" events on the window.

                10k a month is rather outrageous for that location in my opinion, but Red Bank seems to make a living out of outlandish rental rates and it hasn't stopped them yet.

          2. re: jrzcat
            RedBank RE: jrzcat Nov 7, 2013 06:50 AM

            Thanks for the update! I will try the Oyster Point in a few weeks!

          3. re: corvette johnny
            RedBank RE: corvette johnny Nov 7, 2013 06:49 AM

            Thanks! I will have to check these out!

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            drubenero RE: RedBank Nov 6, 2013 05:11 PM

            In Between Café.


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              HillJ RE: RedBank Nov 7, 2013 10:06 AM

              The Downtown does brunch.

              The Dublin House too.

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                Funkalicious RE: RedBank Nov 11, 2013 12:43 PM

                This may not what you're expecting BUT the best tasting Sunday Brunch in Red Bank is at the Red Bank's Farmer Market... the Cinnamon Snail food truck. I travel hour most sunday's for their Brunch. There is a reason why 10-15 minute line just to place your order. The Maple Pecan Waffles are so amazing. The sandwich are so delicious and I'm not even going to mentions the donuts.


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                  HillJ RE: Funkalicious Nov 11, 2013 12:55 PM

                  I love the Cinnamon Snail and the last time I was near the Galleria the truck wasn't there.

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