Our friends over at Yards Brewing Company just gave us a shout to let us know the second run of their winter brunch running series is going down tomorrow, Saturday, January 29th. Brunch, beer and running, here you come!
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American Sardine Bar is kicking off Monday brunch today. The Point Breeze bar is offering brunch sandwiches, pancakes and even a breakfast sardine. Pair your brunchy bites with a breakfast screwdriver or a beermosa (wheat beer and orange juice).
Monday brunch is offered from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Buckminster’s at 21st and Federal in Point Breeze is adding weekend brunch. Chef Rob Marzinsky’s menu includes eggs, sweets plus some of hits off of the dinner menu. If we were ordering right now we’d be torn between the intriguing Caroline rice and pork congee sauerkraut with fried onions, chilies and a soft egg or the “Bologna and Cheese” that is served with spelt bread, Ely Farm cheese, Lebanon Bologna, sunny side up egg and cranberry mostarda.
Looking for some sustenance before one last crazy day of shopping or just looking to celebrate being done work for a bit, V Street’s brunch will be available on Christmas Eve.
Rich Landau’s Rittenhouse bar (and #12 restaurant in Philadelphia magazine’s 50 Best list) is offering a special vegan menu and boozy holiday drink specials plus egg nog soft serve.
George and Jennifer Sabatino‘s restaurant, Aldine, experimented with brunch on Easter. They tried it on Mother’s Day, and in a quiet, dry-run last weekend. But now they’re going to make it a regular thing starting this Sunday, December 20, and that’s not the only change they’re making.
Fitler Dining Room at 22nd and Spruce has rolled out a new winter brunch menu. And as an added bonus, the restaurant is also offering $5 mimosas through all of December. And if that’s not enough, tag #FDRBrunch on your Instagram shots of brunch and you’ll have a chance to win a $100 gift card to Fitler Dining Room. Whether you keep that for yourself or turn it into a gift, that’s up to you.
Fitler offers brunch starting at 11 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
There is nothing — nothing — I want more on a Sunday morning than a big ol’ plate of chocolate chip pancakes and an equally large mimosa. And maybe a side of veggie sausage, if I’m feeling particularly indulgent. But starting one’s Sunday with a giant plate of carbohydrates and a cup of alcohol isn’t really the best way to, you know, feel good about your decisions. Unless, of course, you run to said plate of carbohydrates and cup of alcohol, burning off calories en route and earning it — er, at least earning a few bites of it. We’re guessing Keith Zonderwyk at Yards Brewing Company had some similar thoughts in mind when he decided to start the #yardsbRUNch running series, which kicks off this Sunday, December 6th.
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Just in time for its first anniversary, Girard on Girard is shifting its concept to focus on daily breakfast and brunch only. The change goes into effect on Tuesday, December 1st and will feature a new menu as well as new hours.
The BYOB will open daily at 7 a.m., serving coffee, breakfast sandwiches, house-made pastries and morning specials.
Chef and owner Brian Oliveira says he’s “listened to what the neighborhood told us they wanted, which was a more casual place where they could relax, grab a coffee, and enjoy our popular brunch menu all week long.”
Looks like workout/brunch hybrids are officially a thing, and we are not mad about it all. A few weeks ago, we told you about a new monthly yoga-and-breakfast club at Hydro+Pose, and weeks before that, Animo hosted a yoga-and-brunch class at their Center City location. Now, Animo has a few more fitness-and-brunch shindigs coming up, and Lisa Ransing from Full Moon Fare (Remember her? She was behind this Namaste for Dinner yoga series.) is teaming up with South Kensington’s new Paperbox Yoga Studio for a yoga class followed by brunch in December. See? I told you workout/brunch hybrids are officially a thing.
Below, all the info on the upcoming sweaty brunch gatherings at Animo and Paperbox. Go, sign up to get your sweat (and mimosa) on. Read more »
When chef Bobby Saritsoglou was at Santucci’s at 10th and Christian, his brunch was a great, under the radar choice and now he’s rolling out Sunday brunch at Opa and it is really appealing to us right now.
From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saritsoglou will be enticing with a menu that includes:
- The Spartan Breakfast with house-made sausage and ham, fried haloumi cheese, two eggs any style and served with pita bread
- Pancakes, Greek-style with powdered sugar and cinnamon or nutella and banana
- Greek Benedict served with ham, soft boiled egg and house-baked bread
- Breakfast Gyro served with scrambled eggs and house-made sausage
- Everything Bagel with scrambled eggs, ham, house-made sausage, hash browns and kaseri cheese
And all November., brunch will come with a complimentary Mimosa, Bloody Mary (bacon-feta garnish) or house-made Pastry Basket. And for you Saturday revelers, Saturday brunch is coming up next.