Sweater Weather: Fall brunches in Philly

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Añejo Philly

The newly opened establishment will be offering brunch for indoor or outdoor seating, as well as pick-up and delivery. The fixed price brunch option comes out to be $34 and gets you one brunch large plate and three drinks (your choice of a margarita, mimosa, sangria or bloody maria) – plus you can order a la carte. Dishes include huevos rancheros, carne asada con huevos, french toast (made with coconut soaked thick brioche bread and fresh fruit), a Mexican omelet and the massive Añejo Brunch Burger (made with a Pat LaFrieda Burger, brioche bun, cheese chicharron (fried cheese), queso blanco, guacamole and fresno chilies.) While there, Philadelphians can also try out Añejo’s unique spirited offerings: beverage wise, the establishment will be serving up an assortment of tequilas, margaritas, mezcal, raicilla, bacanora, specialty cocktails and sotol. However, the real draw will be the selection of agave spirits, which will feature some familiar favorites and also some lesser-known, rare and premium offerings.

1001 N. 2nd St., anejophilly.com

Añejo Philly

Tradesman’s

According to a release, for Tradesman’s, Craft Concepts Group will present their new Stimulus Brunch every Sunday where you can enjoy new brunch creations either outside on the sidewalk or right in the street as they close down Juniper at Chestnut for “Juniper Gardens,” plus brunch is offered indoors as well. Dishes for the new Stimulus Brunch include brisket benedict, kale and cherry tomato benedict, shrimp and grits, a bacon omelet and a dozen brunch cocktails for one of the booziest brunches in Center City. During Eagles games, Juniper Gardens has a massive ten-foot tall inflatable screen to watch the games. The hotspot will also feature a few game day specials including $6 wings, $20 Founders Solid Gold Buckets (5 cans per bucket) and $5 Founders All Day IPA Draft. 

1322 Chestnut St., tradesmansphl.com

Tradesman’s

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Another recently opened dining destination in the Northern Liberties area is taking a crack at cracking eggs for the Philly brunch game. This unique spot is not holding back with their brunch fare with interesting choices including selections for $20. All “sets” come with a choice of home fries, tater tots or waffle fries. Choices of a mimosa, Bloody Mary, beer or any non alcoholic beverage are also included and entrees such as breakfast tacos with scrambled eggs, Italian sausage, bacon bits, caramelized onions, smashed tater tots, cheese and chipotle mayo or hangover tots; or the home fries skillet tots with two eggs, cheese, bacon, Italian sausage, Spam, avocado, sautéed cherry tomatoes, chipotle aioli and ketchup; or fried breakfast wontons with bacon, scrambled eggs, cheese and caramelized onions. 

1030 N. 2nd St., set-hospitality.com

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Positano Coast

Positano is serving up one of the city’s largest new brunch menus with a huge selection ranging from four dozen food and drink options both inside and outside. Diners who head to this popular Old City spot will be able to sink their teeth into an assortment of menu items including a crab omelette, lobster roll, smoked salmon carpaccio, zucchini crabcake, and avacado toast. To make brunch time truly special and spirited, guests can also purchase two-hour boozy brunch packages for adult drinks for $24 while dining at Positano Coast.

212 Walnut St., positanocoast.net

Positano Coast

Amada

Jose Garces’ spot in the historic part of town is also pulling out all the stops when it comes to this popular mealtime. Chef Garces and Amada are presenting a brand new menu full of brunch offerings with  fresh and expansive options plus a new fixed price option -and a la carte available too. A few highlights include duck confit rosti, crab benedict, sangria pancakes, a saffron rice bowl and much, much more. The Amada Combo Fixed Price Brunch for Two comes out to be $27 per person, with a shared bread basket, choice of an entree per person, and bacon and potato rosti to split. 

217-219 Chestnut St., philadelphia.amadarestaurant.com

Amada

Juno

The popular outdoor destination opened in the midst of the pandemic and is now switching to serve some brunch fare for Philadelphians to enjoy. Juno will be serving brunch in an all-new seating design that the owners implemented with the coming of cold weather. This new design will comprise of new tenting and private greenhouse dining and brunch and drinks include simple options to soak up the outdoor fall vibes like tres leches french toast, burrito de desayuno, mollettes and huevos rancheros.

Juno

1033 Spring Garden St., junophilly.com

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