Best Sunday Brunch
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J Morgans Steakhouse invites you to step into our new contemporary space. For 20-years, J. Morgans has been serving locals, patrons, and travelers our award winning steaks, seafood, and Sunday brunch. In the winter of 2011, we decided to create an entirely new atmosphere and dining experience that you won't find anywhere else.
The result has been described as ‘city steakhouse', 'eclectic', 'amazing', and even 'eye-candy'.
But with all of our changes, J. Morgan’s is still the same place serving an award winning menu, our same great staff, and our famous running trains which can now be seen from any seat in the restaurant.
VOTED Best Steakhouse, Best Seafood, Best Sunday Brunch by Times Argus.
Come and enjoy one of Vermont’s most prized steakhouses. We are proud to offer aged and hand-cut in house beef, specialty pastas, fresh seafood, and oven roasted prime rib (available Friday and Saturday evenings while it lasts). With a carefully selected wine list, six microbrews on tap, and a seasonally updated cocktail menu, you’ll enjoy every moment spent dining with us!
“Best Brunch in Vermont!” Check out the article on Yahoo Travel www.yahoo.com
Voted the Best Independent Restaurant! Check out the article on the best independent restaurants in the state capitals! www.fsrmagazine.com.
Sunday Brunch & Holiday Feasts
Sunday Brunch is a time honored tradition at J. Morgan's Steakhouse. Enjoy chef prepared omelets, Belgian waffles, maple bourbon glazed ham, and many other delicious selections each week. Or join us for one of our legendary Holiday Feasts on Thanksgiving, Easter, Mother’s Day or Father’s Day. A sellout each year, the entire hotel staff team together to create a garden atmosphere and culinary variety you’ll never forget.
“I thought the atmosphere was great before, but now it is spectacular"
“J. Morgan's Steakhouse here in Montpelier makes a wonderful vanilla layer cake with strawberries that I can't live without.”
Click here to see recipe printed in Bon Appetit
“Words cannot describe how fabulous the food was”