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 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?
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.
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.
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.