Brunch In Philadelphia
Posted by Aubrey Nagle on July 29th, 2012
Fish recently has begun a new brunch menu. On Sundays, from 11-3pm, Fish will be serving up a la carte dishes like carrot pancakes or build-your-own omelets and Fish specialties like soft shell crab sandwiches and lobster grilled cheese.
Additionally there will be a family-style brunch option. For $35 per person you get sharing-size platters, endless drinks, and more. The best part of their new meal may be Fish’s basement bakery. They’ll be baking their own breads, scones, English muffins, cinnamon buns, and bagels for brunch. Yum!
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Posted by Aubrey Nagle on July 13th, 2012
Johnny Brenda‘s annual Saison Brunch will be on Saturday, July 14th from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saison and Farmhouse Ale style beers will be on tap until they kick and a traditional brunch will be served. And since it is also Bastille Day, French style brunch items like country pate, vegetable terrine, and quiche will be available, too. From noon to 4 p.m. French pop music will be playing to complete the atmosphere.
Posted by Jason Sheehan on April 18th, 2012
Square Peg‘s roll-out has been a thoroughly slow-motion affair. During its first weeks, it was operating in a kind of limited, soft-open mode with a cap put on reservations and parts of the menu still in flux. With great caution it moved into regular dinner services, then added lunch. And now, starting Saturday, April 21, it will begin serving a weekend-only brunch.
So what will brunch at a Matt Levin restaurant look like? Surprisingly…normal. A lot of eggs. A lot of bacon, bananas Foster french toast with coffee-caramel sauce, scrapple hash with long hots and a breakfast poutine.