Check Out Our Favorite Brunch Spots in the City!

PHILADELPHIA BRUNCH

Happy Thursday! It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood!

There’s nothing better than a great place for brunch. It’s our favorite meal of the day. Here are a few of our top choices for brunch in the city…

Devil’s Alley

Rittenhouse Square
1907 Chestnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Green eggs and ham! Devil’s Alley whips up a dish that even Dr. Seuss would be impressed with. We’re talking about their Fried Green Tomatoes, Eggs & Ham dish. Other menu highlights? Shrimp, Cheddar & Bacon Grits, Bread Pudding French Toast, and for the “lunch-bruncher,” try the Walnut Breaded Chicken Tenders.

Sabrina’s Café

Bella Vista/Fairmount/University City
1804 Callowhill St
910 Christian St
227 N 34th St

Sabrina’s redefines brunch with creative dishes like the blue cheese frittata, spicy Mexican inspired eggs, polenta fries and, of course, the most delicious stuffed French toast stuffed you will probably ever taste.

Cuba Libre

Old City
10 S 2nd St
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Cuba Libre’s fresh juice mimosas, pastries featuring fruity spreads and ropa vieja hash creates a tropical brunch paradise in Old City. They offer, for $26 per person, unlimited mix and match small plates. You can stay as long as you wish and eat for under $30! Pair those plates with a refreshing mimosa (their signature cocktail) for only $5 each.

Café Lift

Loft District
428 N 13th St
Philadelphia, PA 19123

With a tagline that reads “Brunch. All day. Everyday,” nothing can go wrong! This sleek cafe specializes in European-style delicacies like a banana and chocolate hazelnut crespelle and a pesto and tomato frittata with thick home fries. Their lemon ricotta pancakes and cannoli French toast are our recommendations.

 

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