December 21st, 2015

Written By: Grace Dickinson | Philadelphia Voice

Front Street Cafe was recently included in the Philadelphia Voice article for “Best Philadelphia Cafes for lounging (or working) all Day Long”

Philadelphia is steeped in coffee shops. Even though the city’s filled to the brim, new ones still pop up seemingly every month. The cafés that survive do so for a reason: They serve a purpose unique to their own neighborhood. We’ve rounded up a few across the city that persist as perfect spots for plugging away all day at some work or simply indulging in a good book.

Fishtown’s new farm-to-table café brings plenty of room to stretch out and hang. On the top floor, you’ll find a quiet, bright space filled with wooden tables adorned with plants and a couch that overlooks a bookshelf filled with reading material. Grab a coffee, draft kombucha, “Pina Kaleada” or a nourishing juice before settling in. Then, when you’re ready for a bite to eat, consider wandering downstairs to hit up the main dining room. If flying solo, grab a seat at the sleek, ash-colored concrete bar and choose from a menu filled with healthy, yet comfort-styled food options. There are plenty of choices for all dietary preferences, including vegan eggs benedict with smoky mushroom bacon, gluten-free bagels and cornbread muffins and meatier selections like the apple cider braised chicken.

Full article here.