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Some Mother’s Day brunch and dinner options. Check back frequently for updates.
Head to Deuce this Sunday afternoon for a Brunch cocktail party featuring complimentary brunch hor d’oeuvres, $4 Bloody Mary pints, $3 Mimosas. So wear your […]
Bypass those lines at South Philadelphia’s favorite brunch spots and do brunch with a Mexican flare at Cantina Los Caballitos. Whether you’re going with the […]
We’re kicking off a new occasional feature today called Brunch Without the Wait, where we’ll feature a brunch spot that doesn’t have the ludicrous lines […]
Northern Liberties’ Deuce has a special offer for its friends on MySpace. Buy one brunch entree at regular price and get the second for half […]
Messy and Picky head out to Mixto looking for a good brunch without the long lines. Although the service was kind of slow, overall, our […]
Table Talk looks back on the restaurant scene in 2006 as well as looks forward to 2007. [Table Talk, Philadelphia Inquirer] Could the House of […]
City Paper’s top five list this week details some of the best breakfast sandwiches in the area. Among those highlighted are the high-end Brasserie Perrier’s […]
The Gypsy Saloon in West Conshohocken is serving brunch starting this Sunday. Mimosas and Bellinis are on tap and Make-Your-Own Bloody Mary’s will be featured […]
Marisa at Metroblogging Philadelphia shares her surreal meal at Butcher’s Cafe. We’ve got tables inside and out, no waiting!” This is what the owner of […]
Give your taste buds a weekend brunch treat with a Brasserie Perrier Belgian waffle with fresh berries and a sparkling Summer Sunrise cocktail on Sundays […]
Rachel Furman’s been back in town for a bit now and in the first of her “alls growns up” newsletter she focuses on brunch. In […]
South Philly Review takes in brunch at the Bellevue’s new XIX Nineteen Cafe. The oysters were “uncommonly good” and the croissants were worthy of Paris. […]