Breakfast in Philadelphia

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  1. dhammer53
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    dhammer53 Gold Member

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    This was our second visit to Sabrina's. http://sabrinascafe.com/

    SABRINA'S CAFÈ
    (Italian Market)
    910 Christian Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19147
    (215) 574-1599

    My advice is to get there early to avoid the wait. You can call in and place your name on the waitlist.
    My advice is to order the stuffed french toast. Large enough for 2 to share.

    Check out the video. http://www.inthemo.com/spots/pa/phil...e?cityid=20063

    If you're driving, it's 5 - 10 minutes from the Market Street hotel area.

     
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    Assuming it's still in business, the traditional place for breakfast in Philadelphia (power weekdays plus hook-ups on Thursday and general community relaxing see and be seen on weekends) is the Commissary on Sansom Street at about 16th. Other alternatives would be hotels such as the Bellevue, the RC, and the Rittenhouse. These are all in the Center City area, specifically not far from Rittenhouse Square.
     

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