Enjoy sweet bird’s-eye views while supping on serious brunch at Top of the Tower’s new SkyBrunch. (Photo courtesy Top of the Tower)
Sure, Philly has plenty of brunch eateries, but how many of them can offer a panoramic view of the city?
Well, as of this Sunday, March 29, Top of the Tower can.
The Logan Center public event facility (formerly known as the Bell Atlantic Building) introduces SkyBrunch, the “highest” brunch option in the city.
Set on the 50th and 51st floors, the Sunday-only service encompasses a vast array of buffet-style options.
Chef Matt Lane’s stations include the Panorama (breakfast pastries, fruit; Metropolitan Bakery granola, yogurt parfaits); The Sunny Side (made-to-order omelets, home fries, pecan-smoked bacon, homemade pork and turkey sausage, chive and crème fraîche scrambled eggs); The Outlook (fried chicken, pecan waffles, crème brûlée French toast); The Sea Scape (oyster and crab claw shooters, smoked salmon, and Zento sushi).
Plus, there’s a table of charcuterie and cheeses with pickled vegetables and artisan mustards and a display of assorted dessert miniatures.
The cost of $50 per person ($25 for kids 12 and under; free for kids 5 and younger) covers all of this plus a brunch cocktail.
Even better: Top of the Tower will donate $1 from every cover at SkyBrunch to Clean Air Council, ensuring that that very pretty view stays clear for future generations of brunchers.
Reservations for this soaring Sunday meal are available online.
When: Starts Sunday, March 29
Where: 3 Logan Center, 1717 Arch Street