These Philly Food Spots Are Perfect For a Mother’s Day Brunch

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Philadelphia is filled with great food spots, and if you are looking a good Mother's Day brunch, Bloomsday Cafe is one good choice.

If you want to treat your mother to a nice brunch this Mother’s Day, Philadelphia has plenty of amazing restaurants where you can enjoy both delicious food and a great atmosphere, writes Maddy Sweitzer-Lammé for Philadelphia Magazine.

Fiore Fine Foods in Kensington does some of the best breakfast sandwiches in the city. There is much more you can choose from, though, including their tasty handmade pastas or pastries.

For an over-the-top brunch with a bottomless raw bar, carving stations, and a dessert room, head to Lacroix in Rittenhouse Square.

River Twice in East Passyunk will be open for a special lunchtime service on Mother’s Day with a four-course menu that includes tuna in ramp ponzu and ricotta and stinging nettle dumplings.

For mothers who love Italian regional dishes, head to Cicala at the Divine Lorraine in Fairmount, where you can both indulge in a mouthwatering bowl of pasta carbonara and a Nutella-filled crepe for dessert.

Finally, if you want to combine some activity with your brunch, visit the Headhouse Farmers Market, one of the most idyllic markets in the city, to browse and buy some fresh produce before heading across the street to Bloomsday Cafe for a relaxing meal.

Read more about where to enjoy a nice Mother’s Day brunch in Philadelphia Magazine.

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