We went for brunch on a Sunday and the place was full. We waited only a few minutes though to be seated.
We ordered the Homegrown Swiss Chard, Pork Sausage, New Potato and Goat Cheese Frittata (very filling), Huevos Rancheros de Verduras y Frijoles and Fresh Fruit with Housemade Granola and Local Yogurt and Buttermilk Pancakes with blueberries. The pancakes were so wonderful on their own that we all gobbled them up without any butter or syrup.
We also ordered the scrapple because we had never had it before and it is a dish common to the Pennsylvania Dutch, the Amish and Mennonites. It tasted like pork rillette. We liked it.
Coffee is self-serve and bottomless from a selection of 4 different coffees and soy milk is available.
A delightful place to have brunch in Philadelphia.
Note: Street parking only. The parking lot right in front of the cafe is not for customer parking.
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