Philadelphia, PA— SkyBrunch, Philly’s loftiest brunch experience — 50 floors above the city at Top of the Tower — offers the city’s best bet for brunching with spectacular views of the changing seasons along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Fairmount Park and beyond.
SkyBrunch features an extensive buffet of brunch classics punctuated by local purveyors and artisan flair. SkyBrunch is offered every Sunday, and guests can enjoy spectacular Top of the Tower views while feasting on this copious buffet comprised of multiple inspired stations from Chef Matt Lane. A brunch craft cocktail, made with SKYY Vodka, is included in the $50 p.p. adult cost.
“Autumn offers such a dramatic and spectacular show in general, but seeing it from 50 floors above is really something special,” said Top of the Tower co-owner J. Mickey Rowley. “SkyBrunch is even more special this time of year with all the colors of fall below.”
SkyBrunch stations include:
The Panorama —breakfast pastries, fresh fruit, berries, Metropolitan granola, yogurt parfait
The Sunny Side — featuring omelets made-to-order, baby Yukon home fries, pecan-smoked bacon, house-crafted pork and turkey sausage, chive and crème fraîche scrambled eggs
The Landscape — pepper-cured prime rib, honey-ginger glazed Berkshire ham, pasta du jour, vegetable du jour, house-made soups, salads and more
The Outlook — honey-stung fried chicken, pecan waffles, crème brûlée brioche French toast, Pennsylvania “wilds” pure maple syrup
Sea Scape — Crab claw shooters, Shrimp en Barigoule, Ducktrap smoked salmon, Zento sushi
Charcuterie —cured meats and artisan cheeses, pickled vegetables, crostini, artisan mustards
The View —chocolate-dipped strawberries, assorted mini-desserts, cookies, brownies. SkyBrunch service is from 10 am-2 pm, Sundays. The cost is $50 per person, including one cocktail; and children 3 to 12 years of age pay their age, from $3-12. Guests 2 years of age and under are free of charge.
*Guests wishing to park on site in the underground garage may do so for just $10 on Sundays.
Top of the Tower - is Philadelphia’s most vibrant public event facility with spectacular views in every direction. Top of the Tower proprietors, J. Mickey Rowley and Louisa Kochman, opened four rooms, which occupy the 50th and 51st floors of one of Philadelphia’s premier locations in the heart of Logan Square. The Trumbauer Room, which is set West of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, captures the Philadelphia Art Museum. The Notman Room, which is East, beautifully shows Philadelphia’s City Hall and the view of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge is majestic. The Vista Room has floor to ceiling windows on three sides overlooking Philadelphia to the north, west and south. The Observatory is the most popular room and overlooks Philadelphia’s Walt Whitman and Benjamin Franklin bridges, City Hall, Comcast Center, and the Adventure Aquarium. Top of the Tower is now offering Skybrunch, a delicious specialty buffet prepared by executive chef Matthew Lane, offering the highest dining views in the city. The spacious rooms make Top of the Tower the ideal venue for any special occasion.