Philadelphia, PA - West Philadelphia: If your looking for an American Sunday brunch, with a Taiwanese-style spin or just plain comfort-food plates made with sustainably sourced ingredients then West Philly has a few places to visit. Check out our list of West Philadlephia brunch locations.
- Danlu, a new addition to University City, puts a clever on . What to have here: soy-marinated soft-boiled egg with grilled pork belly, snf the house-special “coffin bread,” a crusty potpie of sorts, filled with shrimp, chicken and vegetables. 3601 Market Street, (215) 310-9828, tastedanlu.com
- The Farmacy in West Philly lives up to its punny-but-accurate name, feeding West Philly . Meat lovers should go for the grass-fed burger, crowned with house-made bacon or the country skillet, scrambled with local eggs; there’s also a build-you-own eggs Benedict section (pick your own bread, meat, sauce and toppings). 4443 Spruce Street, (215) 387-3276, thefarmacyrx.com
- Walnut Street Cafe, overseen by the New York City crew that ran the Michelin-starred Rebelle, is a high-style addition to the Philly dining scene. For weekend brunch, they offer a mix of straight-up classics (two sunny eggs, potatoes, breakfast meat, toast) with some delightfully unexpected options (hammy, cheesy, egg-y Georgian khachapuri bread). 2929 Walnut Street, (215) 867-8067, walnutstreetcafe.com