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Best Easter Brunch Spots in Philly

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Easter is a brunch holiday. As you probably already know, brunch for the whole family can get pretty pricey. Some restaurants are offering prix fixes options, others are preparing special Easter brunch menus. They’re ALL delicious and we’ve rounded up our favorites!

For Your Easter Brunch Consideration…

Fork$40 prix fixe; special brunch menu
The special menu hasn’t been released yet, but their regular menu boasts items like a lobster frittata, polenta and house made pastries.
P.S. Fork is my mom’s favorite Philly restaurant (so you know it’s good)!

White Dog Cafepay as you go; farm fresh brunch menu with seasonal Spring specials
Their regular menu has cage free egg dishes (most around the $15 mark), s’mores stuffed french toast, brunch cocktails & even mocktails.

Bufadpay as you go
We LOVE Bufad. We’ve never experienced their brunch, but are dying to try it. What better time than Easter? Think breakfast pizza and cannoli french toast!

The Little Lion$35/adult, $15 for kids 12 & under; special brunch buffet
We had such a great time at The Little Lion for happy hour and have been itching to go back for brunch. Their special Easter buffet will have glazed ham, chicken & biscuits, different egg stations and a selection of desserts- just to name a few things!

The Twisted Tailspecial brunch buffet
Details of the buffet haven’t been released yet, but we know it’ll be good.  Their regular brunch menu features inventive brunch dishes like brisket omelets, chicken & sweet potato waffles and bourbon apple pancakes, plus a selection of aged country hams.

 

Reservations highly recommended!

Martine is a social media enthusiast with a marketing background. She’s the founder of Broke Girls Go Out, a seasoned blogger, amateur event planner and an entrepreneur-in-training.

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