"Gospel Brunch Is Awesome! by far my favorite brunch in hoboken" jim v.
Have Your Brunch, and Listen To It to
WEEKEND brunch is a Hoboken staple. On the last sunday of every month. We brunch!
Where for years our neighbors have nursed their hangovers and laughed about their battle tested nights over comfort food and bottomless bloody mary's.
At House of 'Que Hangovers are tended to with syrup-soaked pancakes and jam-slathered toast, as well as 16 hour smoked Texas brisket and much much more, diners drift gently into a not-unpleasant carbohydrate haze. (It helps that brunch is also one of the rare instances in which it’s acceptable even encouraged, to slurp a cocktail
Try our Texas Peach mimosa (a combination of peach schnapps, orange juice and Champagne, topped with a maraschino cherry; $9)
The gospel brunch — an urban rendering of the after-church Sunday supper, at House of 'Que you'll toe tap and shimmy aling to yesterday and todays greatest songs sung in a gospel fashion
The Gospel brunch at House of 'Que includes an All-you-can-eat BIG Texas buffet while Love Eclectic gives you the "Im on vacation feeling"
The Love eclectic vocalists backed by keyboards, drums and bass lifts you up through a string of big hits and motivational tracks like
Bill Withers "lean on me" to R. Kelly's "I believe I can fly"
The audiences are easily incited to rise and clap along