The revelry doesn’t have to end when the ball drops. Continue ringing in 2017 with a special New Year’s Day brunch at one of these Philly hot spots—all of which have plenty of Bloody Marys to go around.
You may prefer to forget about most of your past walk of shame experiences, but Square 1682’s annual "Walk of Shame Brunch" is one you'll be bragging about to all your friends. The Rittenhouse Square bar and resto will be serving food and drink specials all day to celebrate the New Year. Stop in on your way to the Mummer’s Day Parade and grab a raw juice detox cocktail to help you power through it. 121 S. 17th St., 215-563-5008
Stop by one of Plenty’s three locations and recharge after a long night of celebrating. Their newest location in Queens Village offers three draft coffee taps, including a nitro brew and coffee soda—a first for the City of Brotherly Love. Start the year on a healthy note with Plenty’s house-made granola, yogurt parfaits, and steel-cut oatmeal. Multiple locations
Aqimero’s bottomless brunch is just what you need to start the year off right—starting at 11 a.m. (so you can sleep in), the brunch feast will feature a variety of palate pleasers, from almond panko oysters to classic huevos rancheros (made with eggs, chorizo, black bean avocado, and cotija cheese on a corn tortilla). Don't forget to order a round of mimosas to help you power through the day. 10 Ave. of The Arts, 215-523-8200
Give your first meal of the New Year a bit of a French twist at Philadelphia’s favorite brassiere. Parc's brunch menu will highlight traditional staples such as smoked salmon tartine and the hearty croque madame. For a more filling option, order the steak frites, which comes with seared hanger steak and maître d’ butter or buttermilk pancakes. 227 S. 18th St., 215-545-2262
Cozy up by the fire for an indulgent meal at Center City’s English-inspired gastropub. Have a scone with tea before diving into their homemade scotch pancakes topped with maple apples and cinnamon cream. Or opt for any of their classic egg variations from eggs Benedict to eggs royale. The list of crowd pleasers also includes non-breakfast meals such as roast sirloin beef and beer battered fish and chips. 124 S. 18th St., 215-558-2500
Keep the party going at this popular City of Brotherly Love eatery, which is known to serve up some of the best Bloody Marys in town. Build your own with customizable garnishes like mozzarella, pickles, and crispy tater tots. Pro tip: Pair yours with their savory baked macaroni and cheese for the ultimate comfort meal sure to revive you from the previous night's festivities. 700 Chestnut St., 215-223-5663