Cozy two-story space serving Neapolitan pizzas and artisanal gelato
Obviously breakfast pizza should be an option at any Italian-adjacent establishment. What makes a pizza a breakfast pizza, you ask? Eating it before noon, to start, or -- more realistically -- putting an egg on it. Also, eating it with a mimosa can be a qualifier. Brigantessa offers its best artisanal pies for the late brunch circuit, plus a smattering of savory sides and a bottomless brunch option for mimosas and other cocktails.
Line-inducing daytime cafe with over-the-top brunch dishes
Sabrina’s, on par with its four other local locations, is an ongoing Philly brunch institution, its stuffed challah French toast the stuff of Philadelphia food legend. If you’re more into savory over sweet, opt for one of the always-updating breakfast burgers, which usually come topped with tater tots or fried eggs between a breakfast biscuit.
Meat-focused eatery with artisanal butchery on site
If you’re craving brunch classics without all the froof, Kensington Quarters has your back, offering no-nonsense eggs, hash, pork chops, grits, and other savory-leaning dishes, all alongside a lighter menu of grains and assorted charcuterie. Brunch also comes with a set of fresh seasonal cocktails, including a coffee hybrid Caffe Corretto and a chamomile-infused gin and prosecco offering.