• Where to Celebrate Easter Brunch 2018 in Hoboken, Jersey City + Beyond

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    If you don’t have the energy to cook an Easter ham this year but you are hankering for a 75% champagne mimosa and a meal made fresh just for you, look no further than Easter brunch. We’ve compiled a list of places offering a special Easter brunch this year in Hoboken, Jersey City and more, so check it out and get your rezzies in now:

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    Hoboken

    Madison Bar & Grill {1316 Washington Street}

    On Easter Sunday, Madison Bar & Grill will be offering three seatings for brunch {buffet only, no menu} — 10:00AM, 12:00PM, and 2:00PM. Prices are $36 per person and $18 per child. Buffet includes oysters, chilled shrimp, eggs bene, creme brûlée French toast, seasonal fish, bagels, pizza, fresh fruit, salad, chocolate fountain and carving station and your choice of mimosa or Bloody Mary is also included in the price.

    Anthony Davids {953 Bloomfield Street}

    A normal weekend brunch fave, Anthony Davids is open on Easter and will be serving their regular menu. Enjoy some of their specialties like French Toast {made with Challah bread, nutmeg, vanilla, and coconut butter — YUM}, avocado toast, and lobster eggs Benedict {you heard that right}.

    Amanda’s {908 Washington Street}

    Brunch will be offered from 10:30AM-2:00PM and includes your choice of first course, entrée, and dessert off the prix fixe menu for $39.50 per person. If you’d rather a later meal — check out the dinner special, available prix fixe from 3:00PM-5:30PM for $55 per person. Meal choices include lamb ragu pappardelle, broccoli rabe flatbread, a grilled petit filet and many more noms.

    Halifax {225 River Street at the W Hotel}

    This waterfront spot at the W Hotel will be featuring their Bubbles Brunch for Easter — unlimited small plates and a bottle of sparkling wine for $32 with special Easter pastries and sweets.

    Del Frisco’s Grille {221 River Street}

    The holiday brunch menu at Del Frisco’s features yummy selections like the smoked salmon tower and Nonna’s cinnamon rolls for apps and a red velvet Belgian waffle for your meal {whaaat}. A peppy cocktail list which includes “crack coffee” cold brew mixed with rum make this a winner for your Easter Sunday. In addition to holiday brunch, Del Frisco’s will also be offering their new Bone-In Prime Rib all day starting Friday, March 30th to Sunday, April 1st, complete with aus jus and horseradish.

    Zack’s Oak Bar and Restaurant {232 Willow Avenue}

    Zack’s will be offering their normal brunch menu which includes lemon ricotta pancakes, homemade pumpkin waffles and smoked salmon benedict as well as an Easter specials menu which is TBD.

    Sorellina Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar {1036 Washington Street}

    Serving the a la carte menu all day from 10:00AM- 6:00PM, the selections at Sorellina include brunch, lunch and dinner – from baked eggs to house made pasta to spiral cut ham. The menu also includes a pretty killer selection of meats and cheeses, not to mention cocktails and a Negroni bar with yummy variations on the vermouth, Campari and gin aperitif.

    READ: The Best Bottomless Brunch Spots in Hoboken and Jersey City

    The Brass Rail {135 Washington Street}

    Brunch will be served here from 11:00AM-3:00PM for $25 per person, and cost includes an appetizer and an entrée. Lobster toast, strawberry shortcake mason jar and s’mores crepe round out the beginner selections while gorgonzola French toast, crab + chorizo omelet and steak + eggs are just some of the delicious entrées that will be offered.

    Jersey City

    The Hamilton Inn {708 Jersey Avenue}

    Brunch is being served from 10:00AM-3:00PM where you can enjoy $5 bellinis, mimosas and Bloody Marys, along with their regular brunch specialties like the classic eggs Benedict, brioche French toast, huevos rancheros, and more. A children’s menu is also available.

    Liberty House {76 Audrey Zapp Drive}

    Enjoy the gorg view and check out brunch from 11:00AM-6:00PM at $58 per adult and $29 per child, which will get you an open buffet full of baked goods and pastries, cheese & fruit, antipasti, an omelet station {what’s brunch without a good omelet station?}, a mashed potato bar, and carving and pasta stations. And we can’t forget dessert, which includes an assortment of pies, pastries and cakes.

    Amelia’s Bistro {187 Warren Street}

    Amelia’s Bistro’s weekend brunch on both Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00AM-3:00PM includes $4 mimosas, bellinis, or Bloody Marys. Amelia’s will also be featuring some special Easter dishes in addition to their regular brunch menu.

    See More: 15 Hoboken and Jersey City Dessert Spots to Satisfy an {Easter} Sweet Tooth

    Atlas Public House {130 Newark Avenue}

    With dishes like pumpkin pancakes, biscuit eggs benedict and a frittata, the $25 brunch at Atlas will get you an appetizer and an entrée along with a complimentary mimosa AND a dessert sampler {not a bad deal, if you ask us}.

    + Beyond…

    McLoone’s Bayonne Grille {400 NJ-440, Bayonne}

    This buffet-style brunch place connected to Winners {for some off-track betting post brunchin’} is offering a special Sunday brunch from 10:30AM-3:00PM, which will get you access to both an omelet and waffle station, carving station and chafing dish selection, along with fruit and dessert. $24.95 per adult also includes a complimentary mimosa and an additional $5 will get you a Bloody Mary {can’t beat that}. Kids get in for $12.95 per person.

    Haven Riverfront Restaurant & Bar {2 Main Street, Edgewater}

    This delicious seafood restaurant along the water is offering a 3- course prix fixe menu for $65 per person with your choice of appetizer, entrée and dessert. Check out the truffle mac n’cheese or pretzel crusted fried calamari to start, then move on to the fire roasted short rib or bacon crusted chicken for your meal {all of these crusted dishes are making us hungry}. Check out dessert tasting for two to finish off your holiday meal, which includes white chocolate cheesecake, key lime pie, caramel apple tartlettes and hazelnut chocolate mousse.

    Molos {1 Pershing Road, Weehawken}

    Celebrate at this waterside dining room with an Easter buffet brunch for $59 per adult and $25 per child from 11:00AM-2:30PM, which includes eggs, omelets, a pasta station, a hot station with chicken, veggies and salmon; a raw bar with oysters, smoked salmon and crawfish; and of course, dessert.

     Where will you be spending Easter this year? Share with us in the comments!

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    Lauren originally hails from Nutley, NJ but is happy and proud to have called Bayonne her hometown for the past 5 years, where she can always find a beautiful park to walk or run in and a great place to eat. Lauren has a deep appreciation for a good bar, a great glass of red wine, and good food, and often frequents Jersey City for dining, where she worked for 4 years. Now working in NYC, Lauren still gets her Jersey City fix on the weekends or after work, and then goes back to her apartment where she lives with her husband, a Bayonne native, and her awesome kitty, Lola. You can also find her at yoga class in Jersey City or Hoboken, writing, or reading {and continually running out of space for all of her books} in her spare time.


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