This West Philly Hotspot Has the Most ‘Gram-Worthy Brunch Menu
Brunch has quickly risen to become the most important meal of the weekend. But not just any brunch will do. Today, “going to brunch” is more of a pastime than a meal. You need to find the perfect place, preferably with creative foods and cocktails, craft a cute look and invite your crew. To make things a little easier, we found a West Philly hidden gem that ticks most of those boxes (you’re on your own with the outfit and the invites!).
Serving all the staples like Eggs Benedict, frittatas, granola, and everyone’s favorite—avocado toast, plus inventive takes on classic breakfast foods, CO-OP has something for everyone. Plus, a setting and menu worthy of a ‘gram or two.
Here’s why you should make a trip to West Philly this weekend:
Childhood Classics, Reinvented
Four words—Fruity Pebble French Toast. This is not a drill people, you can actually order that for brunch. It’s fruity, it’s crunchy, it’s gooey and it’s topped with funfetti ice cream. More of a chocolate lover? You’re in luck, too! Try out the fluffy oreo pancakes made with oreo cookie crumbles and vanilla frosting. What more could you want?
Bagel Boards Galore
CO-OP serves all of their bagels board-style because, let’s face it—bagels were meant to be topped. And who can decide between cream cheese, butter, jam or something more savory? You shouldn’t have to, and now you don’t! Each board comes with tomato, capers, red onion and cream cheese, and the option to add smoked salmon, chicken salad or egg salad.
The Mainstay Mimosa
It’s not brunch without a mimosa. So, to appease the masses, CO-OP offers a boozy brunch option as well. Sip on some bubbly or a Bloody Mary while your recount the weekend’s highlights with your nearest and dearest.
The Best Brunch Burger
Having difficulty deciding whether you want to go the breakfast or the lunch route? Order the most-perfect brunch item ever—a burger topped with a fried egg, bacon jam, and hollandaise, served on an everything bagel. You can have it all!
If you’re not in it for the food ‘gram, the space’s setting is worthy of a post as well. With huge windows and a garage door opening the restaurant up to the great outdoors, you’re destined to find the right lighting for that perfect pic with friends.
For more information on the CO-OP Restaurant & Lounge brunch menu visit coopphilly.comThis is a paid partnership between Co-Op Restaurant & Lounge and Philadelphia Magazine's City/Studio