10 Spots for Brunch in Philadelphia
Weekends are for sleeping in. Weekends are for DIY projects. And, weekends are for brunch. After all, brunch is the best of both worlds. It’s what you love about breakfast combined with what you love about lunch. If you’re looking for a place to hit for brunch this weekend, then give one of these ten spots in Philadelphia a try!
Open every day from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m., The Dutch has a great menu to meet your brunch needs. Be sure to give their Dutch Baby pancake a try, along with the Roasted Mushroom Omelette. And, if you love a Bloody Mary, they sure do make a good one!
The Walnut Street Cafe has an ever-changing menu – so be sure to check it out online before you go. Of course, there are some staples that you can count on no matter when you are there. One of those staples is the amazing pastries. Make sure you try at least one! And there are always great brunch cocktails and some spectacular desserts – so save room!
The Buttery aims to keep its menu local and seasonal so you are sure to see different things each time you eat here. With spectacular coffee and the most amazing pastries (Try a morning bun!) you should definitely give it a try. The atmosphere is relaxing, and you always feel welcomed.
This cafe has all the classics, and then they have the classics that seemed to be kicked up a notch. The Savory French Toast and Cheddar Chive Pancakes are not to be missed. Remember that Little Spoon Cafe is a BYO establishment, but they will provide you with the mixers should you desire a bloody mary, mimosa or bellini.
They only serve brunch on Sundays, so plan accordingly if you think you want to head to Fork. Fork has been a James Beard Award finalist for Outstanding Restaurant for three years in a row for a good reason – they serve delicious food. Check out their menu online and then make a reservation so you can be guaranteed a table for Sunday brunch.
Brunch is served every weekend at Libertine, and the menu is fantastic. The Croque Madame is delicious, as are all of their different Eggs Benedicts. And, no matter what you choose, you can make unlimited selections from their “Toast Bar” where you’ll find all sorts of homemade breads and spreads.
The Butcher Bar has a great brunch menu with many delicious choices, but if you’re heading here, you have to consider “The Brunch Trough.” Grab 5-7 friends and be sure to make a reservation (let them know you want “The Brunch Trough” when calling) and get set to enjoy this one-of-a-kind meal. You’ll be talking about this brunch for years to come!
If you are looking for a traditional Sunday brunch with an extensive selection of delicious foods, then look no further than Lacroix. For $75 each Sunday you can enjoy items from their raw bar, along with salad, canapes, hot hors d’oeuvres and entrees, hand-carved meat and fish, and a charcuterie and cheese selection. The choices seem limitless.
Noord only serves brunch on Sundays, and they have a menu with many delicious choices. You should definitely try the Sweet Potato Hash or the Keshi Yena while there. Don’t forget to make your reservations via OpenTable so you can enjoy your Sunday brunch at Noord.
Brunch is served daily at Sabrina’s Cafe and with several locations in Philadelphia, you should give it a try. Sabrina’s has five specific brunch specials, in addition to a breakfast and lunch menu. If you have a bit of a sweet tooth at brunch, you’ll really love the “Love Actually.”
Are you ready for brunch? Make a reservation and head to one of these places this weekend. Let us know where you went and how it was!