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Top Hotel Brunches in
Philadelphia and the Countryside

It’s breakfast, lunch and delicious

Waking up to weekend brunch is the ultimate luxury, and the inns and hotels of Philadelphia and The Countryside® make it especially memorable for their guests and residents.

From buffet tables laden with caviar, French patisserie and chocolate fountains to à la carte poached egg concoctions from the area’s hottest chefs, brunch time is the ideal time to visit Philly’s hotels.

Here are just a few ideas for getting the day started:

Brunch in the City

The Lounge at the Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia

One of the city’s most elegant places to have Sunday brunch is the The Lounge at the Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia. The sumptuous $73 buffet — stacked with seafood, smoked meat and endless desserts — includes plated entrees. In all, a relative bargain for an unforgettable experience.
Details: 1 Logan Square, (215) 963-1500, fourseasons.com

Sofitel

At the urbane Sofitel Hotel, the Sunday brunch buffet starts at 9:30 a.m. For $25, diners can sample homemade soups, salads, local and continental cheeses, made-to-order omelets and waffles and an array of tempting pastries and desserts.
Details: 120 S. 17th Street, (215) 569-8300, sofitel.com

Square 1682

Adjacent to the chic Hotel Palomar Philadelphia, Square 1682 beckons diners with its contemporary décor and enticing eats like soft poached eggs over pork confit and biscuits and Amish chicken with red chilaquiles.
Details: 121 S. 17th Street, (215) 563-5008, square1682.com

Nineteen

High atop the tower of Center City’s Hyatt at The Bellevue, Nineteen’s dramatic dining room is the ideal setting for lingering over mandarin mimosas and crab cake Benedict, available with or without access to a buffet of fruits, cereals and pastries.
Details: 200 S. Broad Street, (215) 790-1919, nineteenrestaurant.com

Amuse

Mid-mornings at Amuse, the signature restaurant at the Le Méridien Hotel are a Francophile’s dream: Steak and eggs served with Lyonnaise potatoes, fresh-baked croissants and cinnamon-apple brioche French toast are among the menu items.
Details: 1421 Arch Street, (215) 422-8222, amusephiladelphia.com

M Restaurant at the Morris House Hotel

The changing, creative fare at M Restaurant in the boutique Morris House Hotel may include items such as poached lobster crepe with purple mustard greens or buckwheat pancakes with maple buttercream, served indoors or in the restaurant’s charming courtyard garden.
Details: 231 S. 8th Street, (215) 625-6666, mrestaurantatthemorrishousehotel.com

10 Arts

Helmed by Top Chef contestant Jennifer Carroll, the kitchen at 10 Arts at The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia rewards Sunday morning diners with treats like Philly cheesesteak and eggs and crispy Belgian waffles with berries and chocolate-peanut butter sauce.
Broad & Chestnut Streets, (215) 523-8273, 10arts.com

Lacroix

The glamorous Rittenhouse Hotel hosts a weekly brunch at its award-winning restaurant Lacroix for $59 per person. Although the menu constantly changes, delicacies may include pineapple salad with hearts of palm; Meyer lemon/miso-glazed pork belly; and white-chocolate pancakes.
Details: 210 West Rittenhouse Square, (215) 790-2533, lacroixrestaurant.com

Countryside Mornings

Black Bass Hotel

Bucks County’s Black Bass Hotel offers a value-laden $35 brunch complete with champagne, omelets, pates, salads, fruit, dessert and more—all served up with enchanting river views.
Details: 3774 River Road, Lumberville, (215) 297-9260, blackbasshotel.com

Brick Hotel

Newtown’s Brick Hotel celebrates the weekend with an all-you-can-eat array of seasonal fruits and salads, egg dishes, freshly carved prime rib and a chef’s selection of patisserie for $27.95.
Details: 1 E. Washington Avenue, Newtown, (215) 860-8313, brickhotel.com

Hotel Fiesole

Sunday morning means a champagne brunch buffet at Skippack’s Hotel Fiesole, where guests can choose from lobster eggs Benedict, gnocchi du jour, antipasto and a wide array of pastries for $30.95 per person.
Details: 4046 Skippack Pike, Skippack, (610) 222-8009, hotelfiesole.net

Normandy Farm Hotel

The farm-centric buffet at The Farmer’s Daughter, housed in Blue Bell’s Normandy Farm Hotel, features multiple stations, including a raw bar, cold salads, eggs benedict and desserts—all for $25.95.
Details: 1401 Morris Road, Blue Bell, (215) 616-8300, normandygirl.com

The Radnor Hotel

Live classical piano music, a garden view and a Belgian chocolate fountain accompany the award-winning Champagne Sunday Brunch at The Radnor Hotel, which is available for $27.95 for adults and $13.95 for children under 12.
Details: 591 E. Lancaster Avenue, St. Davids, (610) 341-3188, radnorhotel.com

Golden Pheasant Inn

Overlooking the Delaware River and Canal in bucolic Bucks County, the Golden Pheasant Inn offers a prix-fixe brunch with elegant omelets and French-inspired entrees. It also comes with dessert for just $22.
Details: 763 River Road, Erwinna, (610) 294-9595, goldenpheasant.com

Mendenhall Inn

A complimentary mimosa or Bloody Mary kicks off the morning meal at the Brandywine Valley’s Mendenhall Inn, followed by an appetizer and salad buffet, choice of hot entrée and a sampling of desserts for $26.99.
Details: Route 52, Mendenhall, (610) 388-1181, mendenhallinn.com

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