Where to Eat Brunch This Weekend

By Danya Henninger | February 28, 2014 By Danya Henninger  |  February 28, 2014

The Spot: The Good King Tavern

The Gist: Half a block off South Street, Côte d'Azur native Bernard Gigri and his daughter Chloe have created a cozy brasserie that truly channels the coast of France. Brunch launched just last weekend.

Eat This: Chef Paul Lyons (ex Barbuzzo, Morgan’s Pier) makes his own breakfast sausage, which is perfect under a poached egg with charred scallion pistou; salmon tartines with paper-thin slivers of red onion and pickled mustard seeds will have you cheating on your bagel more than once.

The Scene: The pressed tin walls and carved wood booths that make the small room seem intimate at night have an enlivening effect during daylight - this is a place you’ll run into neighbors but also find destination brunchers returning for the food and cocktails.

Know Before You Go: If you want to beat the crowds, hit up brunch on Fridays - it’s served 11 AM-3 PM, just like on the weekend.

614 S. 7th St.; 215-625-3700

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Mediterranean Washington Square West
Food26 Decor21 Service22 Cost$43

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