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Patch Picks—Where to Have New Year's Brunch

From down-home goodness to uptown haute cuisine, the perfect New Year's brunch can set the tone for your 2012.

Patch Picks—Where to Have New Year's Brunch

The Mansion on Main, 3000 Main St., Voorhees

If you’re feeling really fancy on the first day of 2012, you may want to treat yourself to a gourmet food spectacular. The Mansion is going all-out this New Year’s Day with a “Dickens Feast,” featuring special decorations and sumptuous brunch choices ranging from traditional eggs and bacon to seafood and meats. Hold on to the holiday just a wee bit longer; you’ll be back to the old grind before you know it! For more information, visit  mansiononmainstreet.com or call 856-751-1717.

, 90 Haddon Ave., Westmont  

Enjoy an eclectic menu featuring creative dishes like breakfast pizza, brioche French toast, Dutch baked pancakes and more. The best part is that you can wash it all down with bottomless Bloody Marys for just $10. Cork has a relaxed yet elegant ambiance, making it the perfect choice for casual upscale dining. For more information, visit corknj.com.

, 690 Haddon Ave., Collingswood

Want something a little different? Check out the Southwest-inspired brunch menu at That’s Amore. They’ll be serving up eggs Benedict, a hummus platter, grilled breakfast burritos, and more to get your 2012 kicked off right. For more information, visit ilovethatsamore.com, or call 856-869-5683.

IndeBlue, 619 Collings Ave., Collingswood

People rave about the food at Inde Blue. For a spicy start to 2012, check out the ten different kinds of bread they offer, plus their biryanis, chili chicken, tandoori, and vegetarian entrees. Find out why this is the only Zagat-rated Indian restaurant in South Jersey. For more information, visit  indebluerestaurant.com or call 856-854-463.

Your House

Don’t throw away the leftover champagne! There’s a perfect use for it, and it’s called “making mimosas the next day!”

Along with your refreshing pitcher of beverages, whip up some decadent French toast stuffed with sweetened cream cheese and topped with fresh berries. Serve with a side of bacon and sausage while you sit on the sofa watching the Mummers. Don’t worry—you have all of 2012 to burn off the calories!

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