- Neighborhood: Midtown Village
- 1201 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA
- Cuisine: Breakfast
- Alcohol: BYOB
- Price: $$
- Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
A piece of toast can make for the most boring plate of food on planet Earth. (I’m looking at you, white bread with butter.) Or it can be a truly delicious, nutritious and filling meal that makes you tear up when you realize you’ve eaten the last bite. Seriously, toast really can be that good.
Don’t believe me? Check out the 15 recipes below featuring — you guessed it — toast. We’re not talking the plain ol’ Wonder Bread stuff. These recipes lend an oh-so-adult upgrade to one of the lowliest kitchen staples for breakfast, lunch or even dinner.
No matter your hankering, we’ve got a recipe for you. (Just make sure to drape your keyboard with a paper towel before you scroll down: Drooling is inevitable.)
Toast has been open since the end of January but will be celebrating its grand opening with a free coffee giveaway tomorrow, Friday, March 8th from 7-9 a.m., and Saturday, March 9th from 9-11 a.m.
Toast offers coffee prepared by French press, pour-over and electric brewer. A dark, medium and light roast will be available daily and will feature single-blends from local roasters. Currently One Village, Philly Fair Trade Roasters and Green Street are all available.
The former YOLO/Oddfellows at 12th and Spruce is back again, this time as Toast. The paper was removed from the windows last night and the cafe will open for service tomorrow. The team at East Passyunk’s Chhaya Cafe is behind Toast and will be slowly rolling out service. Tomorrow will see coffee, pastries and a limited menu. The menu will expand over the weekend and we’ll have more details as they become available.