Du Jour, Best For Breakfast
Adam Erace does breakfast, lunch and dinner at Du Jour on South Broad and finds it best before noon.
Think fluffy, triple-stacked flapjacks griddled with lovely vanilla-roasted peaches right in the batter, and amazing coconut-custard brioche French toast, like eating macaroons for breakfast.
The berries scattered atop a bowl of creamy Irish oatmeal were too ripe, and the half-moons of avocado upon the surf-and-turf eggs Benedict had oxidized into bruised black boomerangs, but that Benedict itself? Best thing Iâ€™ve eaten before noon in a while.