West Philadelphia: Gold Standard Café

BYO vodka (or champagne if you’re soft) and get a pitcher of fresh-squeezed OJ. Brunch on the patio runs 9:30 to 2 on Saturdays and Sundays. Keep an eye out for specials and trust the potato cakes ($14 with salmon, $10 as buckwheat pancakes).

48th and Baltimore Streets

 

Bella Vista: Fitzwater Café

When we tweeted Fitzwater’s Creme Brulee French Toast ($10) as the best we’d ever had two Sundays ago, we meant it, and we’re a savory kind of folk. Get there early if you want to be outdoors — Fitzwater fills up fast, particularly on weekend mornings. Breakfast through 2 pm.

7th and Fitzwater Streets

 

Olde Kensington: Taco Riendo

If you haven’t been past Fishtown, now is the time. Take SEPTA to Girard and it’s a 10 minute walk to this neighborhood Mexican restaurant, where you’ll get Chilaquiles and an agua fresca for less than ten bucks. Order inside, take it out. Tip: the cactus sounds cool, but it’s canned.

5th and Thompson Streets

 

Northern Liberties: One Shot Coffee

2nd and George Streets

Head here for Saturday/Sunday boozy brunches — outside or in One Shot's adorable upstairs. Pair BYO liquor with weekly mixers served in mason jars ($5) plus one of the shop's signature tarts or scones. If you're on the hungrier side, opt for a sandwich (they'll recommend the Jail Breaker [$8.99]). Added bonus? Stumptown coffee.


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