A Guide To Philly Brunch
10 Brunch Recommendations (in no particular order)
Parc: This traditional french bistro serves breakfast, brunch and their other meal options at most times. Parc is on the corner of Rittenhouse Square park making it a perfect spot to sit outside. They take reservations, but if you have to wait- you can walk around center city or browse the farmer’s market next to the park.
Honey's Sit 'N Eat: Cozy and casual spot with ethnic flair and extensive menu. They are cash only, but have an ATM inside. If you get stuck waiting, it’s not a bad location to walk around south street.
Green Eggs: all and comfy spot with some of the best breakfast in the city, with each meal putting a twist on the classic dish. Get there before the lines!
Hungry Pigeon:This artsy brick walled spot serves amazing simple breakfast by two chefs, just like you're in your own home. They have great vegetarian options.
Miles Table: Cozy and modern locally sourced breakfast spot
Sam's Morning Glory-Cozy cash-only diner with homemade breakfast classics.
Talk: Gourmet style breakfast in a modern setting with amazing drinks. Talk is right in center city and they have excellent service!
Sabrina's Cafe: They're constantly changing their hilarious modern culture menu that’s unique and delicious. We’ve basically tried everything on the menu and almost all the portions are pretty large. The french toast and buffalo chicken salad is to die for. There is usually a long wait on weekends, but some of the locations will honor a call-ahead reservation and tell you how long the wait is. Definitely don’t expect good service.
Rex1516: Southern-inspired brunch menu in a rustic setting.
Kanella South: Laidback Greek-inspired BYO brunch.