Not really brunch, per se, but Tria has a really good Sunday School thing where they have a featured Wine, Beer and Cheese that all go together nicely, usually for half price, or at least significantly cheaper than you'll usually find.
I know it's not in Center City, but Farmicia's brunch is my favorite. At least on Saturdays they do a brunch happy hour.
I had a horrendous experience last time I was at National Mechanics...they definitely didn't have their stuff together for brunch, even on a not-so-busy day. Three different servers, all of whom were terrible, and the food had been sitting under a warmer for an indeterminate amount of time.
Originally Posted by radiocolin
It'd take a major raving review to get me to go there again.
Sabrina's is so hard to get into. Always a line and I need my BP meds after eating their food.
However, it is a good idea if you like that sort of thing.
I agree on Parc...the food isn't great, but I like the atmosphere (and it is hard to f up an egg)
I've found Kanella warm and friendly and that might be the un-Philadelphian part that you experienced. Haha.
Another vote for Kanella. Easily the most unique and delicious brunch in CC I've had in a while.
Add to that, it's pretty damn authentic. I was recently in Miami and talking to a friend from Cyprus about Kanella, and he said "Let me see the menu of this place". I pulled it up on my phone, and he said, "when am I coming to Philadelphia?".
By the way, you MUST order the Cyprus Crepe for sharing before your meal. It's out of this world.
Meme. Make rezzies or get there early.
National was always my go-to hangover brunch place. I'd rate the service an 80-90/100. Big-ass pancakes and the various oven-baked skillets will cure what ails you.
Originally Posted by Volanova
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