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11 Instagram-Worthy Brunch Spots Around the Main Line

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Whether you’re craving a bloody Mary or a big stack of pancakes, here are some of the best brunch spots on the Main Line.

Editor’s note: This story was originally published on March 18, 2019 and was updated on August 24, 2021.

There’s nothing like a great brunch with good friends or family. Fortunately, there are a ton of different a.m. dining options around the Main Line and Philadelphia suburbs. Between classic breakfast combos and stuffed French toast, there’s something to love on all of these local brunch menus.


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Admore Station Café 

6 Station Road, Ardmore. 610-642-3889

This cozy café offers everything from classic breakfast sandwiches and omelets to more creative dishes like red velvet pancakes or avocado benedict. It also serves different teas and coffee for that morning pick-me-up.


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Autograph Brasserie

503 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne. 610-964-2588

With signed celebrity portraits covering the walls, brass instruments suspended from the ceiling and a sycamore tree growing in the middle of the dining room, Wayne’s Autograph Brasserie oozes cool. What’s even more Instagram-worthy than the décor? The Bellini Bouquet, perfect for sharing with friends.

Bittersweet Kitchen

18 S. Orange St., Media. 610-566-1660

Along with mouth-watering daily specials, Bittersweet Kitchen offers a variety of decadent options like crème brûlée pancakes with vanilla pastry cream, huevos rancheros or a French toast BLT with brown sugar bacon.


The Black Cat Café 

42 Berkley Road, Devon. 610-688-1930

The Black Cat Café not only has delicious food, but supports a great cause. All proceeds support PALS Cat Rescue! If that doesn’t convince you to go, maybe their Insta-worthy pancake board will. Charcuterie boards are all the rage, so why not try a pancake version?



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The Classic Diner

352 Lancaster Ave., Malvern, 610-725-0515; 16 E. Gay St., West Chester, 484-947-0809

With locations in Malvern and West Chester, this charming neighborhood spot offers creative spins on traditional diner fare. The avocado toast and strawberry & Nutella stuffed French toast are must-tries.

Founding Farmers

255 Main Street, King of Prussia. 484-808-4008

Founding Farmers truly has anything you need in a brunch spot. Feeling like a variety? The Main Line eatery offers a breakfast buffet for $29.99 a person. It also has a la carte meals, including famous waffles or French rolled omelets. Don’t forget the breakfast cocktails featuring mimosas, bloody Marys and more.

Related: Where to Find the Best Food and Drink Around the Main Line in 2021


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Nudy’s Café

Multiple locations around the Main Line

With nine locations throughout the region, it’s not hard to find a Nudy’s. Whether you’re in the mood for breakfast or lunch, they’re both served all day. Try the “Best Ever” Carrot Cake French Toast; the name says it all.


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Sabrina’s Café

50 E. Wynnewood Rd., Wynnewood. 484-412-8790

Brunch is served daily at this Wynnewood BYOB. With a menu that features cannoli French toast, shrimp & grits and chicken & waffles, this eatery has enough options to ensure you definitely can’t go wrong with whatever you order. With funky décor and beautifully plated breakfast items, Sabrina’s Café was practically made for the ‘gram.


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Terrain Café Devon

138 Lancaster Ave., Devon. 610-590-4675

With its gorgeous greenhouse-inspired architecture, seasonal menu and locally sourced ingredients, this spot is perfect for Sunday brunch. The brioche French toast is a must-try!

White Dog Café

379 Lancaster Ave., Haverford. 610-896-4556; 200 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne. 610-225-3700

Known for its iconic canine-themed décor (including paintings from East Falls-based artist Jay McClellan), White Dog Café offers much more than impeccable interior design. The Kennett Square omelet, bananas foster French toast and selection of brunch cocktails are all impressive.

Winnie’s Manayunk

4266 Main Street, Philadelphia. 215-487-2663

This popular Manayunk eatery is all about indulgence. With seasonal cocktails, savory eggs Benedict and fluffy buttermilk pancakes, the brunch menu at Winnie’s is a dream for that a.m. Instagram.