5 Healthy Brunch Spots in Philly

By Caitlin Klarich | October 5, 2018 | Food & Drink

This weekend, enjoy brunch at these health-centric eateries.


V Street

Chefs Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby created V Street to offer Philadelphia locals a unique twist on vegetable street food. The Rittenhouse Square restaurant features some of the best tofu tacos, which pair perfectly with their robust menu of specialty made drinks. After all, whats brunch without a champagne cocktail? 126 South 19th St., 215.278.7493


Founded by Nicole Marquis, this popular vegan eatery brings local and fresh ingredients to the City of Brotherly Love through a fast food-inspired menu. On your next visit, try the Tofu Scramble and La Colombe coffee for a great start to your Saturday. 127 South 18th St., 215.278.7605


Hummusology does an Israeli-style brunch inspired by the Mediterranean culture. Transforming Washington Square West into Tel Aviv, order up their tomato and eggs plate with a side of creamy, spiced hummus. It is sure to have you running back for seconds. 1112 Locust St., 215.592.6505

P.S. & Co.

With a plant-based, gluten free menu, Andrea Kyan offers up a healthy way to cure your next sweet-tooth craving. Try their organic waffle, made with quinoa and oats, topped with Lancaster maple syrup, fruit compote, or melted chocolate. 1706 Locust St., 215.985.1706

Café Lift

Michael and Jeniphur Pasquarello bring brunch to Callowhill with a delicious seasonal menu filled with healthy, seasonal ingredients. From a refreshing spring frittata to delectable cannoli French toast, Café Lift offers a variety of healthy brunch options, along with coffee and Kombucha on tap. 428 N 13th St., 215.922.3031

Photography by: Photo courtesy of V Street