Going down the shore this summer? To ensure that you’re getting your recommended daily brunch before trips to the beach, Green Eggs Cafe is coming with you.
This summer, 18th Street, just south of Market Street, will be a hotbed for eating and drinking fun, what with the Tria Wine Garden opening in the old Brodo space, doing with wine what every open space in Philly does with beer.
And hot on its heels: Green Eggs Cafe’s first Center City, west-of-Broad location.
Why is there a line every single Saturday and Sunday morning that stretches nearly two city blocks to get into the seemingly cherished brunch restaurant on 13th Street in the middle of the Gayborhood?
News flash: It ain’t that good. Read more »
Green Eggs Cafe is preparing to open two more locations: one in Philadelphia (the exact location has not yet been revealed) and one in Miami. Yup, Green Eggs is following in the footsteps of Stephen Starr and Kevin Sbraga and heading to Florida.
The Cafe in North Miami will open in the next several weeks. This location is set to be the Cafe’s “largest by far.”
Green Eggs Cafe in Midtown Village is adding night-time service. Starting on Wednesday, October 16th, the 13th Street location will add evening hours from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. during the week and until midnight on Friday and Saturday.
The menu will be the same as the daytime one, so you can get the “Kitchen Sink” (shown above) late into the night.
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Green Eggs Cafe just hosted a media day at their Midtown Village location to announce that the restaurant will be reopening tomorrow, May 29th. The restaurant has been closed since it was infested by rats due to a sewage line break on May 5.
After this week’s rat-astrophy at Center City’s Green Eggs Cafe, the popular bruncherie has been closed. Here’s a look at the work currently being done to address the rat problem.
Last night, our infamous video of rats inside Center City’s Green Eggs Cafe made the rounds on the 6, 10, and 11 o’clock news, with some stations actually leading their broadcasts with the story. And this morning, I went on WMMR’s Preston & Steve show to talk about Philadelphia’s rat problem. Read more »