Top 5 Favorite Hoboken Brunch Spots?

11/13/2009:

Hoboken411 reader Melanie was curious about where area residents like to chow down for weekend brunches, and why!

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Looking for Brunch Recommendations

“So, I go out to brunch a lot, but usually go to old, casual standbys like Legal Beans, Four L’s, Hoboken Gourmet, etc. But what could I suggest to some “foodies” that want to drink with their brunch? What’s the best brunch in Hoboken and why?”

I figured I’d break it down into five miscellaneous categories (you can repeat answers, if necessary):

  1. What is your “local” brunch spot? (most frequented, usual standby)
  2. What is your favorite tasting brunch? (regardless of cost)
  3. What brunch is the best value? (cheapest or best bang for buck, most food, etc.)
  4. Who makes the best drinks at Brunch? (quality and/or quantity i.e., unlimited, etc.)
  5. And what location has the best ambiance? (service, decor, comfort)

Bonus Questions:

  • Noteworthy NON-Hoboken Brunch spots nearby? Easily accessible?
  • Do you travel outside of your four-block radius ever?
  • Lastly – what places might you be taking a “time out” from until they improve?

Share your favorites below in the comments section!

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23 Comments on "Top 5 Favorite Hoboken Brunch Spots?"


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Dr.Chico
6 years 2 months ago

Go to west new york – you may feel like you have traveled to Cancun while walking the streets, but you can score a giant plate of food that is impossible to finish (eggs, sausage, plantains, rice, veggies, etc) all for under $10.00 – It’s money well spent.

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NorthKrissy
6 years 2 months ago

Not much exploring for me. Two standbys are Madison and Three-A’s, along with LUA in the summer when we can eat outside. Usually in no mood to drink either, because that results in a nap afterward.

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6 years 2 months ago

Dino & Harry’s is probably my favorite Hoboken brunch, purely on the strength of their juevos rancheros. Good booze, too, as well as great coffee and a really nice selection of brunch favorites. A little pricey, but worth the cost. Decor, ambiance and staff always superb. Outside of Hoboken (but not crossing any rivers): Light Horse Tavern in Jersey City. Great bar, great food. Lemon ricotta pancakes that are absolutely fantastic. In terms of ambiance, decor, etc. this is a great place. Giving a rest: Anthony David’s. Haven’t been back after our incident with the wacky waiter. Overpriced. The, “Oh… Read more »

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nbm3
6 years 2 months ago

This is no more at dino & harry’s. I believe they stopped serving brunch months ago In response to emarche who said: Dino & Harry’s is probably my favorite Hoboken brunch, purely on the strength of their juevos rancheros. Good booze, too, as well as great coffee and a really nice selection of brunch favorites. A little pricey, but worth the cost. Decor, ambiance and staff always superb. Outside of Hoboken (but not crossing any rivers): Light Horse Tavern in Jersey City. Great bar, great food. Lemon ricotta pancakes that are absolutely fantastic. In terms of ambiance, decor, etc. this… Read more »

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john14
6 years 2 months ago

Enjoy the Eggs Benedict at Turning Point, but not the delay and crowds. I like to wait till the weather is terrible, cold and windy, which keeps some people away.

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mash
6 years 2 months ago

Brunch = Bacon. The best bacon and brunch are at Elysian Cafe.

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