In 1895, Englishman Guy Beringer, envisioned a new meal. Sick of waking up early every Sunday to make it to breakfast, this forward thinking, brilliant man was the brains behind the Brunch. Suddenly weekend carousers could sleep in and still spend their weekend mornings enjoying delicious combinations of food in good company. “Brunch is cheerful, sociable and inciting,” Beringer proclaimed, “It is talk compelling. It puts you in a good temper…it sweeps away the worries and cobwebs of the week.” The man was a visionary, and nowhere is his vision more veritable than End of Elm, Morristown’s top brunch destination. With a delicious Brunch Menu and Morristown’s Ultimate Bloody Mary Bar, there’s no better place to enjoy your weekend mornings.
Join us on Saturdays and Sundays for an epic brunch experience, where you can enjoy the atmosphere and the company while breakfast and lunch conspire with End of Elm chef, Jeorge Porrino, to bring you unique and delectable dishes. Whether you’ll go sweet (Banana Bread French Toast) or savory (Duck Confit Hash and Eggs), or some combination thereof (Chicken & Waffles), End of Elm is here to rejuvenate you. Once noon rolls around, the adult beverages start flowing, and you can customize your Bloody Mary by choosing from over 20 ingredients at the Ultimate Bloody Mary Bar. If you’re ready to toast to the weekend, try our popular mimosa, along with your coffee or juice. Breakfast food with a twist – check! And if luncheon fare is more your style, we’ve still got you covered: Sashimi Tuna Pizza might strike your fancy, or an End of Elm Prime Burger might be just what you need. This inventive menu is sure to amp up your weekend.
Whether you’re interested in a leisurely morning, up for a boozy brunch or ready to get creative at the Ultimate Bloody Mary Bar, we’d love to spend Saturdays and Sundays with you! Little did Mr. Beringer know when he first proposed brunch as a perfect new meal for late-night “carousers”, what a beautiful thing would transpire at the End of Elm Street in Morristown, New Jersey.