This is a small, quaint cafe with a tin ceiling and a long cream bar. The pretty interior, which looks recently renovated with attention to preserving old fixtures and details is a surprise since the exterior is a basic boxy building. It is a small cafe, but very well-appointed. It took just 5 minutes to get a table for 3, which is the shortest I have ever waited in Philly for brunch. The food was delicious - freshly prepared and warm, coming right off the skillet. I had the french toast with bananas and coffee - I could only finish half the toast but it was super and indulgent. My friend had the goat cheese omelet with zucchini and peppers. It was savory and flavorful. Somehow, we weren't charged for the coffees and fresh ojs - maybe they came with? Each brunch menu item was from $5 to $10, so very reasonably priced for the gorgeous setting, short wait, and delicious food. Would come back again and again, esp b/c parking was easy with a couple of spaces at the place and no restrictions on the public parking which was safe and easy to come by.
Pros: Tin ceilings, flavorful food, charming service
Cons: exterior doesn't do the interior justice.