Fishtown & Northern Liberties know how to brunch

Fishtown & Northern Liberties is such a trendy area loaded with amazing eateries. There is no shortage of brunch spots to start your weekend off right!

Fishtown Brewpub

Address: 1101 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19125

Lexy: "This place is the hangover cure- three Bloody Mary options and the most incredible Eggs Benedict. The Brewpub will bring you back to life after a long night turned early morning!"


WM Mulherins Sons

Address: 1355 N Front St, Philadelphia, PA 19122

Bari: "Every dish, pizza, and cocktail I've had at Mulherin's has been 100%. It's a rustic Italian centric spot focused on wood-fired fare. The "Spicy Jawn" pizza should be a requirement!"

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Cafe La Maude

Address: 816 N 4th St, Philadelphia, PA 19123

Georgie: "The atmosphere is super cute; like stepping into a Parisian cafe! Yes, the prices are a little hefty (i.e. $18 for pancakes), however, everything is totally worth the higher price tag. Their lemon ricotta pancakes with poached apples, pistachios, white chocolate and caramel are some of the best pancakes I've ever had! Be sure to get there before 10am or you'll have to fight the crowds and wait a bit!"

Urban Village Brewing

Address: 1001 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19123

Cam: "Urban Village is an awesome neighborhood brewpub at the Piazza in Northern Liberties with brick oven pizzas and about a dozen drafts. They have a great happy hour at 5-7 that includes $3 for all draft beer and 1/2 off pizza! They nail every style of beer! Personally my favorite is A.C.E.S. a NE IPA brewed with wheat, oats, and flaked rice and a lot of late addition hops! Has a lot of flavor and goes down easily! They always have crowlers and a limited amount of 4-packs available to-go!"



914 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19123

Caitlyn: "Heritage is a bar with an extensive draft list and live music, so I was not expecting to be as blown away as I was when I first tried it. They are dishing out amazing brunch! The space is also great, as it is bright, open and inviting. Get the dutch baby. You will not regret it."

Green Eggs Cafe - No. Libs

Address: 719 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19123

Erin: "Green Eggs Cafe was one of the first brunch spots I tried (and fell in love with) in Philly. They also do not take reservations so try to get there a bit early in the day, as it gets packed! It is also Cash only and has outdoor seating as well. One of my favorite parts about Green Eggs is the COFFEE.

They always have some unique concoctions and fun, iced drinks. Just like Sabrina's Cafe, they always have a good amount of specials and unique menu items, especially the sweet items.. I see right now they have cookie dough pancakes on the menu... So definitely come here if you have a sweet tooth. My favorite dishes that are always on the menu, are the red velvet pancakes (pictured above), They taste like cupcakes... so prepare for a sugar high. The kitchen sink is a savory skillet covered in a pork sausage gravy that is very satisfying."

Jerry's Bar

Address: 129 W Laurel St, Philadelphia, PA 19123

Lexy: "Loved this bar! Great atmosphere with live Jazz Band. The chicken and waffles is to die for- the waffles come on skewers which makes my OCD happy! Fantastic cocktail menu."