Philadelphia, PA - After a brief hiatus, The Dutch, the popular breakfast and lunch eatery focusing on reinventing the Pennsylvania Dutch classics, is re-opening for limited indoor dining, expanded outdoor seating, and takeaway starting March 17, 2021.
Chef Lee Styer's The Dutch is Open
Chef Lee Styer's The Dutch, located in the Pennsport neighborhood of Philadelphia, has been a favorite amongst locals and tourists since its opening in April 2016. Folks can expect an array of delicious menu items.
The popular breakfast and lunch café is now open Wednesday-Sunday, from 8 am - 2 pm. BYOB is also available for indoor and outdoor diners.
About The Dutch Philly
The Dutch is home to classic Pennsylvania Dutch dishes, with a modern, elevated twist, located in Philadelphia's Pennsport neighborhood.
The Dutch specializes in home-style cooking brought to you by Chef Kevin Watters, who runs the kitchen daily. Lee Styer, chef and owner of The Dutch opened the breakfast and lunch café in 2016 as a homage to his Berks County roots.
Styer's dinner restaurant Fond opened down the road in the East Passyunk neighborhood in 2009. The Dutch offers reinvented and traditional Dutch plates such as Dutch baby pancakes, Lebanon omelets', waffles, sandwiches, and more.
Guests can enjoy via takeaway, indoor, or outdoor dining. The Dutch serve breakfast and lunch – Wednesday-Sunday, 8 am-2 pm. The Dutch are located at 1527 S. 4th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147; (215) 755-5600.