Best Brunch Cities in the U.S.
Philly’s top brunch spots are famous for their dedication to making everything from scratch. Most breakfast meats at the airy Café Estelle are done in house—from the pancetta for a breakfast pizza to scrapple, a regional specialty of pork scraps formed into a loaf and fried by the slice. The Southern-Jewish hybrid Honey’s Sit ’n Eat makes sweet blueberry preserves to pair with its challah French toast. And Sam’s Morning Glory Diner in South Philly serves Italian-style dishes like a focaccia breakfast sandwich with a savory house-made ketchup.
Photo courtesy of Honey’s Sit n’ Eat.