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(all photos taken with cell phone, I apologize for lack of quality)

Exploring Philadelphia / Summer Brunch Project: Part 1

On the way to breakfast, we saw the current advertising campaign for Amstel Light. The ad seen above does a great job of combining infographics, advertisement, and brand awareness. I’ll definitely be paying attention to the Amstel Light ads I see around the city.

My friend Carlin and I went to brunch at Honey’s Sit and Eat earlier this week. I’ve heard great things about Honey’s, but always had been warned about the lengthy waits on the weekends. Going during the week is the way to go, if possible. We didn’t wait at all.

Carlin ordered one of the breakfast specials: Truffled Toad in a Hole. I ordered Eggs Benedict (on Challah instead of English Muffin), which came with a tasty Cheese + Onion Latke. 

After Honey’s, we were walking around Northern Liberties, and found Architectural Antiques Exchange. Three sprawling, multi-room floors full of antiques ranging from chairs, typewriters, vintage signage/art, assorted iron pieces, fireplaces. Really anything you could imagine.