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We are going to brunch with our conservative (food-wise, not politically) parents and in-laws. We don't want to take them down financially at the Short Hills Hilton or The Manor. We enjoyed Verjus a few years ago, but it was too modern for them. Any suggestions?

South City Grill on Route 17 south in Rochelle Park just started one for $20, both for the buffet and a la carte and include unlimited mimosas and the like.

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We are going to brunch with our conservative (food-wise, not politically) parents and in-laws. We don't want to take them down financially at the Short Hills Hilton or The Manor. We enjoyed Verjus a few years ago, but it was too modern for them. Any suggestions?

South City Grill on Route 17 south in Rochelle Park just started one for $20, both for the buffet and a la carte and include unlimited mimosas and the like.

According to the website, it's $24.95. But let me get this straight: that price includes both the buffet and the a la carte offerings? So you can go to the buffet as much as you want and then order the a la carte items as you desire as well? $24.95 is a little more than I would typically spend on a brunch, but considering all of the items they're offering, for the buffet alone, it seems like a good deal. Adding the a la carte menu and the unlimited mimosas, etc. would make it a bargain. Has anyone tried it? If so, how was it? I'm seriously considering going next week!

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The Mason Jar in Mahwah is popular with people with conservative food tastes. However, if they're vegetarians, they might not like seeing the whole pig that is usually part of the feast. The buffet is $21.95 which includes one mimosa or glass of champagne, or you may order off the menu. Watch out for prices on other drinks like Bloody Marys.

http://masonjar.com/brunch_buffet_menu.html

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