Philadelphia, PA - Whether you're hungry for a kosher deli or just need a quick bite, you'll want to check out Samuel's in Center City at 1525 Sansom Street. Named after the deli, Samuel Schulson's grandfather originally opened. The cafe will feature house-made challah, babka, and black-and-white cookies, as well as all types of bagels.
Samuel's in Center City Philadelphia
In addition to serving kosher fare, Samuel's will also serve American-style fare. Michael Schulson, a native of Philadelphia, has a history of creating landmark restaurants in the city, including Harp & Crown, Double Knot, Alpen Rose, Graffiti Bar, and Prunella. With so many great food options in Philadelphia, it's no surprise that Schulson has decided to open his own shop.
He chose a location in Center City that was once home to Stouffer's, a breakfast spot for power brokers. The new menu reflects the philosophy of the brewpub and the food, resulting in an excellent dining experience for all.