424 S Bethlehem Pk
Looking to spice up your brunch? If breakfast guacamole, chorizo quesadillas, and churros pancakes don’t excite you, perhaps the wild mushroom huarache will do the trick.
The Farmers Market Buffet Brunch is a glorious all-you-can-eat extravaganza. Feeling savory? There's a carving station, pierogies cart, Southern-fried chicken and plenty more to be found on their supper table. For a sweeter meal, Founding Farmers offers a variety of Buck's Donuts and a build-your-own ice cream sundae bar with house-made ice cream.
1371 Valley Forge Rd
No need to wait for the weekend for brunch. G-Lodge Restaurant offers homemade soups, daily specials, and incredible breakfast the whole week long. Just two miles from Valley Forge National Historical Park, it’s the perfect treat following a morning walk.
WASHINGTON HOUSE RESTAURANT
136 North Main St
Whether you want a pork schnitzel sandwich, a burger or old-fashioned French toast, the Washington House Restaurant has something for everyone. Don’t forget to treat yourself to a brunch cocktail too.
STOVE & TAP
329 W Main St
Lansdale locals, this one’s for you. Voted Best of Philly’s Best Brunch in the ‘Burbs, Stove & Tap has mastered the brunch game. Chef Biff can do it all: biscuits and gravy, burgers, breakfast flatbreads, no problem.
DAVIO’S NORTHERN ITALIAN STEAKHOUSE
200 Main St
King of Prussia
What does a Northern Italian brunch look like? Hint: it’s phenomenal. From beautiful antipasti plates to flat-iron steak with Hollandaise (and more traditional brunch options too), you won’t be disappointed at Davio’s.
THE LUCKY DOG SALOON AND GRILLE
16 E First Ave
From huevos rancheros to glorious stacks of pancakes, Lucky Dog Saloon and Grille is a Conshy brunch staple. Our personal favorite? The Lucky Dog Frittata.
One Liberty Blvd, Desmond Great Valley Hotel
When your Sunday brunch has a carving station, you know you’re in good hands. Not to mention three-egg omelets, specialty entrees and the Desmond's “Famous” Bread Pudding.
503 W Lancaster Ave
Autograph Brasserie has our mouths watering with luxurious brunch options, including a warm duck confit salad, yellowfin tuna crudo, and charred filet mignon.
“There are many signature restaurants, but only one Autograph.”
925 W Lancaster Ave
Now open in Bryn Mawr — with locations opening soon in North Wales and Blue Bell — Turning Point is the newest restaurant to hit the Montco brunch scene. Boasting a myriad of cold and hot drink specialties as well as brunch options both healthy and hearty (from quinoa bowls to chicken and waffles), the menu is sure to please.
3401 W Skippack Pk
When you combine tapas and brunch, you get an excellent meal at 19 Bella. Mangalica serrano ham omelets, cider braised short rib hash, and patatas bravas await your next brunch. What are you waiting for?
WILLIAM PENN INN
1017 Dekalb Pk
Dine at the historic tavern for a meal to remember. With an egg bar, carving station, and tables laden with pastries and hot brunch favorites, it’s impossible to leave hungry.
ZAKES CAKES AND CAFÉ
444 S Bethlehem Pk
Featuring Portuguese, Scottish Wedding, and English Sunday breakfasts, as well as Vietnamese or Southwestern eggs benedict and Indian spiced poached eggs, Zakes lets you eat around the world. You could also cut straight to their Best of Philly honey lemon pancakes with caramel sauce, we don’t mind.
Whether it’s morning, afternoon or somewhere in-between, we’ve got you covered for a comforting meal. Better yet, wake up in one of our 70+ hotels for the coziest weekend ever. Happy brunching!