48 "Cafe/Bakery" Restaurants in Philadelphia.
Double Knot is an all-day cafe with a basement izakaya that serves some of the best Japanese food in the city.
K’Far is an all-day Israeli cafe from the people who run Zahav, and while it’s better known for breakfast, it also serves an excellent dinner.
Res Ipsa in Rittenhouse is a casual cafe during the day, but turns into a full-service Italian restaurant at night that’s perfect for a date.
Philly Style Bagels in Fishtown is our favorite bagel shop in the city, bar none.
Walnut Street Cafe is an all-day spot near 30th Street Station that looks like the apartment in Rittenhouse you’ll never be able to afford.
Milkboy is an all-day cafe and music venue on South Street that also serves Jim’s cheesesteaks.
Mayflower is a small, cash-only bakery in Chinatown with 90-cent chicken curry turnovers that you need to try.
Bloomsday is an all-day cafe that turns into a wine bar at night and has an attached bottle shop with a great wine selection.
Porcos is a small sandwich shop with mostly porchetta on the menu, plus a full on-site bakery.
A La Mousse is a French-Asian bakery with delicious (and very pretty) desserts.
Lost Bread Co. is only open on the weekends, but you should make the trip for a loaf of their homemade bread or a pretzel shortbread cookie.
Hello Donuts is a coffee and donut shop in Kensington that does some of the best vegan pastries in the city.
Ants Pants is an all-day Australian cafe in Queen Village that has a solid weekday brunch.
Cafe Y Chocolate is a Mexican bakery in South Philly with a great brunch menu.
Mighty Bread Company’s shop in South Philly is only opened on weekends and usually sells out by noon, but you should go for their sourdough alone.