As warmer weather approaches and more and more city destinations open up, there’s never been a better time to check out some of Philadelphia’s hottest spots for an absolutely unforgettable brunch. Not sure where to start satisfying your brunch cravings? We’ve got delicious options all over the city for you to try!
If you’re in South Philly… check out Miles Table’s new location at the Bok building. This eclectic neighborhood eatery is serving up some truly mouthwatering brunch dishes, like chicken and waffles or tres leches French toast with fresh fruit, that you won’t want to miss out on.
If you’re in University City… White Dog Cafe has recently opened back up for dine-in, pickup and delivery. This campus favorite has always been the place to go for delectable, sustainably sourced food, and their brunch menu is no exception, whether you’re in the mood for a breakfast pot pie or caramel apple churro waffles.
If you’re in Fairmount… the Art Museum location of Sabrina’s Cafe is always a classic option. With three restaurants in Philly alone, this family owned hotspot has become popular for serving breakfast all day long. Some of their best signature dishes include stuffed challah French toast and huevos rancheros in a smoky chorizo sauce.
If you’re in Northern Liberties… El Camino Real puts a Tex-Mex spin on their brunch that you’ve got to try for yourself. This vibrant spot fuses Texas barbecue and classic Mexican cuisine, and while they bring in a sizable crowd for lunch and dinner, they also have great brunch options like fried chicken with buttermilk biscuits or breakfast quesadillas.