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Top 8 Best Philadelphia Brunch Restaurants

For some Philadelphians, their favorite time of the week is Friday at 5 pm as they leave Center City for the weekend. For others, the big highlight of their week is sharing a hardy Saturday or Sunday Philadelphia brunch with their closest friends. Whether you get the blueberry pancakes and a mimosa or the eggs Benedict, brunch is a great time to relax, fill your belly with delicious food, and catch up with the gang about Philadelphia Real Estate. Here are the best places to Brunch in Philadelphia.

Ants Pants Café – Located at 2212 South Street in Graduate Hospital, Ants Pants Café is a cozy little Philadelphia neighborhood coffee shop that opens its intimate rear dining room on the weekends for brunch. Be sure to get there before 10am for a shorter wait and try their pint-sized hot chocolates, cheddar/bacon/green apple eggs scramble and crispy bacon stack. After your meal, walk off the extra pounds you just gained and enjoy the scenic three-story Philadelphia townhouses and architectural wonders of the neighborhood’s historic churches.

Café Estelle – If you want to enjoy an atmosphere that reminds you of your grandmother’s kitchen, head to Center City and pop into Café Estelle, located at 444 North 4th Street. The tabletops are collaged with vintage recipes and the friendly staff is dressed in housewife aprons. Order a hope-my-stomach-is-bigger-than-my-eyes stack of homemade pancakes, complete with a delicious Bloody Marys!

Three other great Philadelphia Brunch long-time favorites with a 1 hour wait to Brunch is Morning Glory, Honey’s and Sabrinas!

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