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The 10 Best Places For Brunch In Queen Village, Philadelphia

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Residential Queen Village is known for its sophisticated restaurants and tiny neighborhood cafes. Quieter and more laid-back than other areas. Read ahead for our guide to the 10 best brunches in Queen Village, Philadelphia.
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Famous 4th Street Delicatessen

Deli, American, Vegetarian, $$$
Famous 4th Street Delicatessen, Philadelphia
Famous 4th Street Delicatessen, Philadelphia | ©Tom Ipri/Flickr
This Jewish delicatessen is famous for a reason, even President Obama and other celebrities have visited. Huge portions of meat, cake and other appetizers abound. Marvel at the colorful array of huge deserts in the long glass cases or admire the Victorian tiled ceiling and cash register. Diners can find all their favorite deli sandwiches here complete with pickles and don’t forget to ask for sides. Customer favorites include potato pancakes and the corned beef hash.
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Red Hook Coffee & Tea

Red Hook Coffee & Tea serves homestyle breakfasts and vegan plates. They’re known in the neighborhood for their sandwiches, healthy eats and eggs dishes. The fresh plates are perfect for those with food allergies, and the staff is very accommodating. You can also find all options under $10. The inside is a colorful, vintage-inspired dream. Once a month, they put on fun events to showcase local artists and serve food.

Adresss & phone number: 765 S 4th St Philadelphia, PA 19147 215-923-0178

Catahoula

Restaurant, American, Cajun, $$$
Featuring great Cajun and Creole flavors, Catahoula is a casual restaurant with great brunch fare. The menu comes full of creole favorites like jambalaya and po’ boy sandwiches. They also serve classic burgers with fried green tomatoes, bacon and BBQ aioli, and, of course, offer a brunch menu with the option of ‘kegs and eggs,’ which is a choice of brunch entree and a draft beer for a cheap price on weekends. Perfect for sitting on the outdoor patio during warm months, these spicy flavors and home style grub will transport patrons to the South.
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Cafe Fulya

Restaurant, American, Turkish, $$$
The Turkish cafe and bakery is small but perfect to cure those hunger pangs. Choose from their large breakfast platter, spinach and feta pie or delicious zucchini pancakes with freshly made. Look out for their breakfast special for your choice of halal and Mediterranean entrees. And don’t forget to order the Turkish coffee and baklava as you relax in this cozy, neighborhood cafe. The budget-friendly meals will leave you filled and the service is friendly and exceptional.
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Fitzwater Cafe

Cafe, Diner, American, Tea , Vegetarian, Fast Food, $$$
Fitzwater Cafe is a classic French-style diner with brunch better than your mom’s home cooked meals. Their dishes might not be as inventive as other places, but you can still get some fancy classics that are delicious enough to make it one of the top brunch spots in the city. Choose from their specialty French toasts to hungry man’s breakfasts. You can also find a special list of brunch options, coffees and cappuccinos. It is beloved by locals.
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Sabrina’s Cafe

Cafe, American, Tea , $$$
Sabrina’s Cafe, Christian Street
Sabrina’s Cafe, Christian Street | ©Chhaya Kapadia/Flickr
The original Sabrina’s location is still as popular as ever with their creative, approachable breakfast and brunch menu. They have a specially-themed pop culture menu with brunch items that are constantly rotating in ingredients and creativity. Highlights here are their mountainous challah French toast special, burger special and large omelets. The southern charm inside helps make this place a popular brunch spot with two other spots in the city.
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Royal Tavern

Restaurant, American, $$$
Royal Tavern, Philadelphia
Royal Tavern, Philadelphia | ©David Trawin/Flickr
The Royal Tavern is a Queen Village highlight. With vegan options and plenty of upscale bar food, it’s a popular hotspot for young locals, families and every one in between. There are vegan options and plenty of alcoholic concoctions to choose from. Their Bloody Marys are cheap on Sundays, and the darkened pub vibe is a perfect environment for nursing that hangover.
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Kanella South

Kanella South’s Greek-Cypriot brunch offers dishes that give you a whirlwind tour of Mediterranean culture. With their specialty libations, you can also pair fun cocktails with a Greek twist with your light meals of fish or vegetables. Prepare to be dazzled by luxurious plates of Greek pastry and spices. The sleek and modern location is also perfect for a relaxing meal.
Address & phone number: 757 S Front St Philadelphia, PA 19147 215-644-8949

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The Good King Tavern

Bar, Bistro, American, French, Pub Grub, Fast Food, $$$
This modern French-inspired barserves duck confit with fingerlings and a cranberry compote and a mean chocolate pot de crème. The bar is one of the better ones in the area and the price is worth it to try inventive flavors. A mix of French glamour with rustic wood makes it a casual but mesmerising hangout.
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