Top Spots to Get Your Brunch On in Philadelphia



There are folks who like breakfast, there are folks who like lunch, and then there are folks who take that just a little bit further and get the best of both worlds in a delicious brunch. Philadelphia is no stranger to the brunch scene, and offers up quite a plethora of choices to please just about any palate. From tried and true hotspots like Parc Brasserie to hip spots like Honey's Sit n Eat to vegetarian options like you'll find at V Street, this city has nothing if not choices. Great venues are located all about the city, but we've gathered up a few of our real favorites to give you a short list of choices to rifle through when the brunch bug hit you and hits you hard. No one wants to waste a hearty appetite on a mediocre dining venue, so tuck this list in your pocket for that day when nothing but a solid brunch restaurant will do. Take several friends, take a date, take a family member, take a coworker and enjoy some of the best food this city has to offer at that time of the day. You may just find yourself a morning person after all, and one who looks forward to heading out to a great restaurant for food fit for a king.


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V Street comes to Philadelphia courtesy of Vedge owners Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby and serves up vegetarian cuisine with a kick that's sure to delight. Yet when it comes to brunch, this place lets vegetarians eat up with delight. Delve into...  Read More


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If you haven't heard about this Stephen Starr's British-inspired pub in Rittenhouse Square's brunch menu, don't feel bad. It is somewhat of a hidden treasure. While this venue is indeed known for great burgers and fish and chips, not everyone...  Read More


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Whether it's over weekend brunch or daily breakfast, the best spot in the city for people watching and a caf� au lait is on the sidewalk or by the floor-to-ceiling windows at Stephen Starr's Rittenhouse Square paean to Parisian...  Read More


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How do you know this beer bar's weekend brunch is grade A? The region's top food and beverage workers make it a regular stop on their circuit. What's so special and is it worth your while to venture out of your jammies and your house to check it...  Read More


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At LaCroix you can build your own bloody Mary or allow yourself to be treated to a sparkling cocktail while dining on graceful Sunday buffet brunch entrees and salads like edamame hummus with naan bread; assorted caviar and house-cured...  Read More


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Fairmount/Art Museum area
Urban Farmer
Photo courtesy of Sharon Rigney


 

Urban Farmer is a restaurant complete with full bar to accommodate both those looking to eat as well as those looking to grab a drink or socialize with friends or coworkers while in town. The place is located in the new Logan Hotel and combines...  Read More


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Talula's Garden is a an apty-named establishment featuring local garden-sourced ingredients. These ingredients are combined into contemporary American dishes designed to nourish and please. Set in a lovely garden patio, the well-known city...  Read More


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Just a hop, a skip and a jump from the Italian Market, this breakfast and brunch favorite exudes equal doses of charm and good-natured quirkiness. Sabrina's is loved by many, as is evident if you head down there on any weekend morning looking...  Read More


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Challah French toast. Check. Fresh-fried potato latkes. Check. Toasted bagel platter with Nova lox or whitefish salad? No, you're not dreaming you're in your great-grandma's Brooklyn walk-up. You're at one of two locations of this...  Read More


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A wish for you: may deciding between the banh mi and the chocolate chip brownie sundae French toast be the most difficult choice you make all day. It's hard to lose on either option: with farm-fresh ingredients and an uber-sustainable credo,...  Read More


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