Six Pack: New Breakfast Places in Philly

It’s National Breakfast Week (no, really), so we thought it was about time to compile a list of some of our favorite new (or new-ish) places in the city to get breakfast.

It’s the most important meal of the day, after all. And generally the only one that involves pancakes. So dig in.

Urban Farmer at the Logan

Located at the new Logan Hotel, the steakhouse takes omelets to the next level by adding blue crab meat, grilled onions, bacon, foraged mushrooms, and herbed hollandaise.

1850 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Logan Square
(215) 963-2788

Hungry Pigeon

The new American Café has an impressive coffee menu and a simple, wholesome breakfast menu that expands in length on the weekends.

743 South 4th Street,Queen Village
(215) 278-2736

Philly Style Bagels

Just recently opened in Fishtown, Philly Style Bagels is the only place where you can get fresh, crispy bagels that were boiled in beer.

1451 East Columbia Avenue, Fishtown

Whetstone Tavern

The American eatery offers an extensive brunch menu and offers classics like creamed chipped beef, along with more interesting choices like duck confit hash.

700 South 5th Street, Queen Village
(267) 239-0906

The Little Bird Bakery and Café

Jessica Nolen, wife of Jeremy Nolen (Whetstone and Brauhaus Schmitz) offers a selection of savory croissants like bacon and aged cheddar at her café, but it’s never too early for a milk and dark chocolate chunk cookie, either.

517 South 5th Street, Queen Village
(267) 519-2319

Bluestone Lane

It isn’t often that you can find Australian-style dishes in Philly, but Bluestone Lane does just that with choices like coconut quinoa porridge topped with cashew cream.

1701 Locust Street, Rittenhouse Square
(267) 239-0144