In Jersey, they know how to #brunch.
If you’re looking to start your Sunday Funday off right this weekend, make sure to check out one of these mouth watering spots.
1. Uncle Bill’s Pancake House, Cape May
Known for it’s classic homestyle feel and delicious flapjacks, Uncle Bill’s mixes grandma’s kitchen with the view of the ocean.
2. The Molly Pitcher Inn, Red Bank
Brunch sophistication all the way. Enjoy the first meal of the day in luxury with views of the Red Bank Marina and a never ending buffet!
3. The Buttered Biscuit, Bradley Beach
This little piece of breakfast heaven will serve you the best grilled crumb cake you’ve ever had in your life. – And so much more.
4. Franks Deli, Absury Park
Old school all the way. Homemade Bread and pork roll by the stack. I’m sorry, but it there really anything else breakfast needs?
5. Toast: Montclair, Red Bank, Asbury Park.
Red. Velet. Pancakes. Need I say more? Toast does them, and does them right.
6. MEEMOM’S: Middletown, Wall
French toast faaaaa daaaays! With everything you could ever imagine on top. #salvating
7. The Committed Pig: Morristown, Manasquan, Summit
Breakfast of lunch? Why Choose?! Have a cheeseburger on a glazed donut with waffles fries on the side. I’m pretty sure that covers all the bases.
8. The Mad Batter, Cape May
Alice would be so proud. A fully stocker bar and bacon? Count me in.
9. Fresco’s, Montclair
Living the Brunch high life. Fresco’s serves up some of the most elegant breakfast plates you’ve ever seen. Prosciutto and eggs? Who do we think we are? #obsessed
10. The Hamilton Inn, Jersey City
Jersey City never lets us down when it comes to food or location. Breakfast al Fresca is the only way to start the day. Bring on the mimosas!!!
11. Amanda’s, Hoboken
I’ve never been to Paris, but I would imagine this is what some of it’s best restaurants look like. Amanda’s has charm, class, and the Vanilla-Bloomfield. YAASS.
12. Porta: Asbury Park, Jersey City
Who said you can’t have pizza for breakfast? Not Porta. Bring it on!!
13. McLoone’s: West Orange, Long Branch, Hoboken +10 others
If you want to dine with some of the most breath taking views you’ve ever seen, you should probably be making a reservation a Mcloone’s. Like now, go!
14. Stella Marina, Asbury Park
Antipasta, on a rooftop, for breakfast? None would be so damn proud. And it over looks the ocean! #Winning
15. Comfi, Old Bridge
If comfy has taught us anything, it’s that the Polish Culture knows how to slay breakfast. bring your appetite because these plates are enough to feed your entire family. (GET THE PEROGIES)
16. Cornerstone, Hillsdale
SO MANY MIMOSAS. Can’t Stop. Won’t Stop.
17. Nagel’s, Ocean Grove
The old school candy shop/ pharmacy turned restaurant is so freakin’ adorable, you’ll stay for breakfast lunch and dinner.
18. Cross & Orange, Asbury Park
Chic, rustic and so much deliciousness. Lobster roll and eggs, in one place? What a time to be alive!
19. Spring Lake Tap House, Spring Lake
Brews and Bacon all the way. Let’s get serious, is there a better way to Sunday Funday?
20. The Downtown, Red Bank
Open-faced Chicken Biscuit Sandwich. You can thank me later.
21. The Blue Pig Tavern, Cape May
Not only is this place attached to the mot beautiful building in all of Cape may, but they know damn well how to whip up an eggs bene. I want to literally bathe in hollandaise. Don’t you judge me.
22. D’Jeet, Shrewsbury
Localvore is flawless. Everything this little BYOB pumps out is organic, locally grown and drool worthy.
23. Avon Pavilion, Avon-By-The-Sea
Boom. Right there in the middle of the boardwalk. Unless you’re in the water eating your brunch, you’re not getting closer than this.
24. Amy’s Omelette House, Long Branch
Go hungry, leave in a wheel barrel. Amy’s will make sure you never leave without a full belly. How could you with over 222 breakfast choices. ( Boyfriends, you’ve been warned)
25. Klutz’s Kitchen. Point Pleasant
Brunching as a part of the #fitfam or going ham, this hole in the wall breakfast spot will surely become you’re go too whenever you’re roaming Point Pleasant.
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