A gelateria that features tasty Italian pizzas and a marvelous brunch menu full of savory options, Capofitto is located within an old paper factory and holds a hand built wood-burning oven to create its thin and crispy pizzas. For brunch, they offer a range of entrees such as frittatas, Italian eggs Benedict and bread pudding, all of which can be accompanied by one of their inventive breakfast cocktails or a cup of La Colombe coffee.
Capofitto, 233 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19106 +1(215) 897-9999
A French brasserie located on the Delaware River and underneath the Ben Franklin Bridge, La Peg is a converted pump house. The interior is industrial in design and includes many of the original tanks, staircases and shelves from the original buildings as well as 45-foot-high ceilings, creating an open and airy atmosphere. During warmer months, guests can eat on the outdoor patio featuring picnic benches with stools made from old stumps.
La Peg, 140 N Christopher Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19106 +1(215) 375-7744