Heritage has a lot of things going for it. There’s the big patio outside, nightly live music (primarily jazz and funk), and plenty of food that’s easy to share, like flatbreads and cheese boards. If you prefer breakfast food and aren’t super into jazz, they also do a bluegrass brunch on Sundays.
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The Philadelphia Brunch Guide
Whether you’re looking to face-plant into some pancakes or host a birthday brunch, these are the best places in Philly for your favorite weekend meal.
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Cantina Dos Segundos
Cantina Dos Segundos in NoLibs has reliably good Mexican food and margaritas by the pitcher.
Honey’s Sit ’n Eat
Honey’s Sit ’N Eat is where you should go for brunch when you don’t have any other plans for the rest of the day.
Cafe La Maude
Cafe La Maude in NoLibs serves Lebanese and French food and has a very popular weekend brunch.
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La Peg is an American pub set inside the Fringe Arts building that turns into a huge beer garden during the summer.
SOMO SoPhi is a two-level American restaurant near the stadiums with tons of outdoor seating.
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