5 Jersey Shore Must’s For Easter Brunch
Between church, the egg hunts and family visits, we sometimes forget about…the food! Here are 5 great places to enjoy Easter Brunch at the Jersey Shore. Share this with your friends!
Old Man Rafferty’s – Asbury Park
Old Man Raffery’s is on Cookman Avenue and has been a Monmouth county staple for brunch or any meal since the 80s. Who wouldn’t want Haagen Daz French Toast on a Sunday midday, or any day for that matter?
Matisse – Belmar
Right on the boardwalk on Ocean Avenue, Matisse has an omelet bar with 9 different ingredients to choose from and other brunch choices, along with a carving station. Their brunches have won many “best of’s” at the Jersey Shore. Check out the menu here.
The Pilot House – Brick
You can’t miss the legendary Pilot House on Route 70. Now THIS is a brunch menu. The Pilot House is reasonably priced, has a huge selection of brunch offerings and the awesome views of the Metedeconk River and Forge Landing Marina.
McLoone’s – Long Branch
The location is prime on Ocean Avenue and so are the waffle and omelet stations. Oh wait, more stations! A carving station with lamb and roast beef can’t be left out. There’s a raw bar too. Here’s the official menu.
The View Restaurant at Eagle Ridge Golf Club – Lakewood
The name says it all. Enjoy a meal with a view of one of Ocean county’s premiere golf courses. The complete brunch rundown is here.