Philly: Brunch Places we ❤️

My husband and I enjoy going out to brunch on the weekends. It’s how we reconnect after the busyness of the week. Here are a few of our tried and true brunch places in Philly:

Black & Brew
1523 E. Passyunk Avenue
Good cappuccino, matcha pancakes, and yes, avocado toasts

Front Street Cafe
1253 N. Front Street
Healthy options is what I appreciate most plus good cappuccino and my favorite Gravlax Platter.

Photo Credit: Front Street Cafe

Sabrina’s Cafe
910 Christian Street
Their Italian Market location is the original and one that we visit. The restaurant has a vintage vibe and they have fun being creative with their menus (and names ascribed to them)

Silk City Diner Bar & Lounge
435 Spring Garden St.
They don’t offer cappuccino but I love their Mushroom & Parmesan Omelet.

Honey’s Sit ‘N Eat
800 N. 4th Street
We usually go to the Northern Liberties location where I can count on a consistently good cup of cappuccino and homestyle brunch.

Milkcrate Cafe
400 E. Girard Avenue
True to their mission, this vinyl record boutique and cafe in Fishtown offers fast and simple brunch items and coffee by La Colombe Roasters.

Photo Credit: Milkcrate Cafe

The Love
130 South 18th Street
This place provides a nice ambiance and an equally nicely presented and deliciously cooked food. I like their Arugula and Goat Cheese Frittata.

Photo Credit: The Love

Parc
227 South 18th Street
This Parisian styled restaurant has the best bread offering that is hard to resist! I can say the same of their French Toast with caramelized brandied apples and chantilly cream.

Photo Credit: Parc

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