Newest Cafe L’Aube Is Open Off of Rittenhouse


The newest and most impressive Cafe L’Aube opened today on Locust Street between Rittenhouse Square and 20th Street. The attractive cafe seats about 24 and offers L’Aube coffee, French sandwiches and both sweet and savory crepes.

Cafe L’Aube Rittenhouse Hours

Monday to Friday – 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. (expanding till 7 p.m. in a couple of weeks)
Saturday and Sunday – 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Cafe L’Aube Rittenhouse
222 W Rittenhouse Square

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  • Java. Joe

    Looks awesome. Not sure how many coffee shops rittenhouse can support.

  • Bill

    Looks great. I can’t wait to try it out.

  • kanwm

    Wonderful! This isn’t your typical coffee shop. The most delicious crepes around! Plain crepes, vegetarian crepes, you name it and great coffee. I am so excited to have this coffee shop. I wish them the best of luck!

  • The gone

    Food cost + labor cost on one crepe sucree=50 cts
    Sold for 5.50, be serious please!!!!

  • fullfathomfive

    Not a real French cafe until I can get a pastis, a coupe de champagne, or a glass of vin rouge. Nice try. Philadelphia fail, as usual.

    • daytime

      You are an idiot. the reason it isn’t a “real french cafe’ is that it is not in fucking france and pennsylvania liquor licenses do cost 75 grand in addition to the inventory of “vin rouge”. The fact that you say “vin rouge” and not just wed wine shows just hom much of a tool you are. Nobody serves champagne in coupes by the way you jackass.

      • danielle

        wahoo! agreed.