September 24, 2009

Honey's Sit n' Eat with my Honey

We had our first anniversary this past July 5. It worked out well that it was over 4th of July holiday (like it should be, sort of, every year) so we could celebrate for three straight days. Festivities included dinner at Melgrano (review to come), brunch at Honey's Sit n' Eat, a Phillies game and the a trip to the zoo, not necessarily in the order.

Honey's Sit n' Eat was probably the best brunch I have ever had in my entire life. Period. It's extremely popular so I'd been warned you usually have to wait for a table. Since there was just two of us, though, we only waited about 10 minutes and got a cute table next to the window. Larger groups probably have to wait longer, but if you're just a few people here's a tip: check the "bar" first. There were a handful of open stools there and plenty of room to eat, so if you don't want to wait it's a good option.

Took me about three seconds to pick my food - eyes were drawn directly to the Nutella French Toast, stuffed with pears, strawberries, and some kind of delicious cream sauce. AMAZING. I hadn't had anything "nutelle" in a long time, but had fallen in love with it while studying in Paris during college. Combine that with the pears and strawberries and it was heaven. A little rich and filling though, so I couldn't eat the entire thing. Does this not look absolutely delicieux?!

Bradd got just about one of everything. An omlette, a pancake, home fries, coffee... and then he ate the rest of mine, loving every minute of it.

I would highly recommend Honey's brunch for anyone. They have lunch and dinner food on the menu too, but I've never spoken to anyone who has gone there for anything but brunch. Outside seating is available, too, for nice days.

I haven't been able to find a website for Honey's but here's a version of their menu. Maybe the Nutella french toast was a special? Regardless, everything looked great.

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