Top Easter Brunches across New Jersey

Brunch is an Easter tradition for many families.  Here is a compilation of special Easter brunches across the Garden State.

Morris Tap & Grill – 500 New Jersey 10, Randolph (973-891-1776)

11am – 4pm Buffet & Brunch Highlights:

Omelets • Pancakes • Pastries • Fresh Fruit Crepes • Carving Station • Hot Entree Selections • Fresh Seafood Raw Bar • Composed Seasonal Salads • Dessert Spread.

Unlimited: Bloody Marys, Sangria, & Mimosas:  $10.

$27.50 Adult, $10 Children (12 & under).  RSVP required.

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Klein’s Fish Market – 708 River Road, Belmar (732-681-1177)

All You Care to Eat Brunch is being served from 11:00 AM- 5:00PM.

Price: $21.95 per person with $2 Mimosas and Bloody Marys.

Click here for complete details and for a menu.

The Mansion on Main Street – 3000 Main Street Voorhees (856-751-1717)

Easter Brunch from 10:30AM – 4:00PM.

Easter Egg Hunts begin at 11:00, 12:30, 2:00, 3:30 and 5:00.  Photos with the Easter Bunny.  Balloon Artist.

Adults: $37.95 per person, Children (10 & under) $9.95 per person.  Bloody Mary and Bellini Bar $10.00 (Does not include tax and gratuity).

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Merighi’s Savoy Inn – 4940 E. Landis Avenue, Vineland (856.691.8051)

Easter Sunday Buffet from 12PM to 6PM.  $25 for adults, $13 children 3 to 10, free for children under 3.

Merighi’s famous Easter Dinner Sunday Buffet includes:  antipasta and salad bar; carving station featuring rosemary encrusted pork loin, roast breast of turkey, and pecan encrusted Virginia ham; Italian pasta station; main buffet station with Chicken Napolean, Eggplant Parmagiano, Tilapia, Seafood Creole, and more; dessert station with chocolate dipping fountain.

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Children’s buffet available.  Reservations required.

The Pop Shop – 729 Haddon Avenue, Collingswood, 08108 (856-869-0111).

Easter brunch buffet with the Easter Bunny – seatings at 9AM and 12PM.

$21.95 for adults; $9.95 for children plus tax and gratuity. No charge for children under 2. (Reservations and advanced ticket purchase required.)

The Buffet will feature the following menu items: Pastries and Muffins, Cinnamon-Sugar Strawberry Bruschetta, Pancakes with toppings, Pineapple Stuffing, Scrambled Eggs, Bacon & Sausage, Madison Grilled Cheese, Chicken Fingers & French Fries, Fields of Green Salad, Fresh Fruit Salad, Assorted desserts.

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Three Great Easter Dinner Options at Renault Winery – 72 North Bremen Avenue, Egg Harbor City (609-965-2111)

Joseph’s Restaurant – 1PM – 6PM

The culinary team will create an exquisite menu featuring the freshest seafood.  Hand-trimmed steaks, veal, lamb and Italian Pasta.  A full selection of wines, beers and spirits will compliment your dinner.

Renault 7-Course Gourmet Easter Dinner – 1PM – 6PM

Enjoy an appetizer, homemade soup, luscious pasta, icy cool sorbet, a choice of entrée, salad and dessert.  The chefs will create entrées such as roast filet mignon, fresh seafood, chicken, lamb and much more.  Entrées starting at $35.

Renault Grand Ballroom Buffet

The cruise ship style buffet is a great way to spend Easter with the entire family.  The Easter buffet is filled with every different dish imaginable and an extensive carving station.  Make your reservations early, priced at $29.95 for adults and only $14.95 for children 4 to 10 years.

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The Italian Pantry – 13 Eastman St, Cranford (908-272-7790)

The Italian Pantry will be serving its regular a la carte brunch menu on Easter Sunday, which includes such mouthwatering dishes as Apple Bread French Toast, Cookie Dough Pancakes, Lobster Mac & Cheese, Grilled PB&J, and their Breakfast burger, topped with maple bacon and a fried egg.

For complete brunch menu details, click here.

However and wherever you celebrate this spring holiday, make Easter a great one.

Veronique Deblois, Food & Wine Chickie: Veronique is a food and wine writer based in Morris County, NJ. As the author of the popular blog, Food & Wine Chickie Insider, Veronique shares recipes, wine and restaurant reviews and insight into the travel industry of which she’s a 15-year veteran. Follow Veronique on Twitter or like her Facebook page.