The Best Brunch Spots in Philadelphia
Weekends are better with brunch plans. So, text your friends, plan a date, and pick one of Philly's best brunch spots. These recommendations come from our expert Concierge Team at Loews Philadelphia — Gaysha, Sean and Cameron.
Bank and Bourbon
Bank and Bourbon, located on the lobby level of Loews Philadelphia, offers an extensive buffet-style brunch created and beautifully displayed by Chef Joe Thomas, Jr. and his talented team. Multiple stations include house-made pastries and desserts, charcuterie, made-to-order omelets, lox, shrimp cocktail, and even a build your own Bloody Mary bar. The cost is $35 per person and $12 for children under 12. Brunch is served from 8:30 AM–2:00 PM Saturday and Sunday.
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Noord Eetcafe is a delightful Dutch BYOB on Passyunk Avenue that offers a unique Sunday brunch unlike any other in the city. Enjoy a savory dish from their hash menu, delicious eggs and zuurkool (vinegar braised cabbage), or something sweet like their deep-fried bread pudding French toast. Try not to fill up on chef de cuisine Jonnathan Yacashin's award-winning bread before your meal comes, and don’t forget to bring a bottle of bubbly. Brunch is a la carte and is served Sundays from 11:00 AM–2:00 PM.
Walnut Street Cafe
There are many ways to enjoy brunch at Walnut Street Café. Do you prefer to sit with a simple cup of coffee and a pastry? Throw back some oysters while sipping a Bloody Mary? Or fuel up with one of their heartier brunch items such as shakshuka, eggs benedict, or steak and eggs? Brunch is a la carte and is served Saturday and Sunday.
Parc is a traditional French bistro located in the heart of Rittenhouse Square overlooking the park. Parc has been well received by locals and visitors alike for their classic French brunch items, raw bar, impressive wine list, and nice atmosphere. Once the weather turns, Parc offers outdoor bistro seating with beautiful views of Rittenhouse Square. Parc serves an a la carte brunch from 10:00 AM–3:00 PM Saturday and Sunday.
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Talula’s Garden is a delightful farm-to-table restaurant serving local, organic, seasonal cuisine. This quaint, rustic space offers an indoor/outdoor space directly situated on historic Washington Square. Aimee Olexy, the chef/owner visionary celebrates the art of cooking food the way it ought to be cooked. Try the freshly made frittatas and omelets or, if you are in more of a lunch mood, the burger is amazing. Talula’s Garden serves an a la carte brunch from 10:00 AM–2:00 PM Sundays.
Fork, one of the originals to the revitalized Olde City section of Philadelphia, offers amazing fresh American cuisine in a timeless contemporary setting. Fork brings the vision of seasoned restaurateur Ellen Yin, with her French and Asian inspirations, to a local, healthy, American palate. When the weather warms up, Fork brings the indoors out with bistro-style outdoor seating on bustling Market Street. One of the best options for enjoying fantastic locally inspired healthy cuisine while people watching. Fork serves a la carte brunch 11:00 AM–3:00 PM Sundays.
Now, good luck deciding which to try first!