All-Day Brunch Spot Comes to Cherry Hill; Other Dining News

Plus: Englewood welcomes Cuban-inspired dining, and a Pennsauken tavern expands to Mount Ephraim.

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The Grand Cubano, Englewood

Enjoy a variety of Cuban-inspired dishes and mocktails in the Grand Cubano’s cozy, earthy dining room, where flowers and greenery dangle elegantly from the ceiling. Choose from items like a Cuban steak sandwich or crispy pork belly topped with pickled red onions. The establishment is BYOB and is celebrating its grand opening all weekend long.
11 Grand Avenue 

Q Grill K-BBQ, Fort Lee

Another Korean BBQ restaurant has made its way to Fort Lee. Guests can enjoy prime meats and live seafood grilled right at their table. Lunch specials are offered seven days a week from 11:30 am to 3 pm, and the restaurant is open late, closing at 11 pm Sunday through Thursday and at midnight Friday and Saturday.
1645 Lemoine Avenue 

Brunchaholics, Cherry Hill

If brunch is your favorite meal, head to Brunchaholics, where it’s served every day until 7 pm. The Philadelphia-based restaurant offers unique spins on sweet and savory brunch dishes, like a French toast cobbler and seafood gumbo with grits. The menu changes monthly.
1200 Haddonfield Road

Bobby Ray’s Black Horse Tavern, Mount Ephraim

The owners of Bobby Ray’s Pennsauken Tavern have expanded, opening a new tavern in Mount Ephraim’s former Giuseppe’s Restaurant. The decades-old Italian restaurant, which closed in fall 2019, was completely torn down and rebuilt into a large indoor-slash-outdoor space. The tavern’s menu ranges from burgers and pot stickers to beers and cocktails.
13 South Black Horse Pike

Lupitas Mexican Grill, Williamstown

This casual Mexican spot, offering in-person dining and takeout, serves affordable Mexican cuisine, where everything on the menu—including burritos, tortas, street food, platters and more—is priced between $10 and $25. Enjoy your meal with a refreshing agua fresca, a Mexican fruit beverage available in a variety of flavors.
1700 South Black Horse Pike

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