Where’s That Elusive Easter Bunny in New Jersey?


If you’re looking for photos with your kids and the Easter Bunny, below are the somewhat local places in New Jersey where you can find that elusive creature.  So grab your Easter outfits and your smile and head on over to one of these.

If you’re looking for breakfast or brunch with the Bunny, you can visit:

The Garlic Rose – Cranford
March 24
The Cranford Area Chamber of Commerce is again hosting its popular Easter Bunny Breakfast at the Garlic Rose. Reservations are a must.

Rainforest Café – Edison 
March 24, 25
Enjoy the Easter Adventure at the Rainforest Café, where kids can take photos with both the Easter Bunny and Cha Cha, the restaurant’s red-eyed tree frog mascot. The ticketed brunch will feature eggs, bacon, sausage, French toast, pancakes, hash browns, fruit, cereal, and breakfast treats. Included in the ticket price are an egg hunt, Easter basket raffle, goodie bags, and more.

Looking for a more straightforward meet-and-greet? Check out our listing of professional photo setups at malls throughout the Garden State.

Worldwide Photography is springing into action to offer some special Easter Bunny photo-ops. Order a package online to avoid the wait and save 30% off packages (starting at about $30 per package). Look for discount days online for additional savings, and bring the pets on certain days for their turn with the Easter Bunny.

The one place that won’t be offering you Bunny fun is Short Hills Mall – if the kids want a designer purse, it’s a great place. Otherwise head on over to the bunny locations shown above!!


If you would like more information about buying or selling a home, please contact me on my direct line at (732) 261-6151.  I’d be glad to help you.

This information courtesy of Jackie Safran who is an award winning Real Estate Agent at Coldwell Banker West in Westfield, NJ (732) 261-6151.  I help nice people sell and buy beautiful homes in Union County and beyond.



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