Musings, Restaurants

SkyBrunch: Eggs with a View

If you think the view from a high rise rooftop lounge is nice, you’ll definitely appreciate the view from the 50th floor of a Philadelphia skyscraper, especially if it’s accompanied by endless filet mignon, sushi, muffins, and eggs.

That’s exactly what you get when you dine at Sky Brunch, a brunch buffet at the top of a tower. The buffet includes classics like french toast, Belgian waffles, and even a make-your-own omelet station, but it goes above and beyond with juicy carved-to-order meats, sticky honey-glazed fried chicken, and creamy cheese tortellini, to name a few of the offerings.

The price tag is fairly hefty to match the quality of the food ($50/person), so this is definitely somewhere to take the parents on a special day, like graduation.

Here is a glimpse of what we ate when we brunched there:
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cheese tortellini

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a plate of caesar salad, quiche, a biscuit, and tortellini

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creme brulee french toast with berries, sausage, bacon, and honey fried chicken

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shrimp cocktail

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omelet station

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pumpkin cheesecake, red velvet cake, and chocolate peanut butter cake for dessert