Lacroix Restaurant at The Rittenhouse

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210 W Rittenhouse Sq
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215) 790-2533
$ $ $ $
Mon–Sat: 7:00 AM–9:00 PM Sun: 7:00 AM–2:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • reakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but brunch is the most socially important, so good luck maintaining manners through the Rittenhouse Hotel's Sunday morning sit-down.
  • Splurge on brunch, then collapse into a food coma.
  • This "Best of Philly" Sunday brunch features a prix-fixe menu and a build your own Bloody Mary bar.
  • Sunday brunch requires 3 hours and stomachs per person. Best. Ever.
  • Breakfast :)
  • Sunday brunch is undoubtably the best in the city. The view overlooking Rittenhouse square isn't too shabby either.
  • While dinners at Lacroix recently went fully prix fixe, if you ask nicely you can still order individual items off the tasting menu in an la carte fashion.
  • From Monday through Friday, 5:00-7:00 p.m., the bar offers half-price, hand-crafted cocktails (think Blackberry Bourbon, Grapefruit Shandy and Sparkling Strawberry); $5 select wines; and complimentary
  • This Friday, June 10th at Lacroix, youll have a chance to taste some spectacular wines from one of the most exciting countries in the wine world with bottles from remarkable Terry Thiese Collection.
  • Brunch is $56 a head but it's worth it. A stack of cardamom-spiked pancakes is served with smoked strawberry jam, and a grilled cheese sandwich has layers of brie, prosciutto and bright pesto.
  • It's all about the Sunday brunch
  • Next time, book the chef's table. It's available for dinner Monday through Thursday with seating for up to seven.
  • Chosen as Philadelphia Magazine's #5 best restaurant in Philadelphia!
  • Tasting Menu Is dreamy...
  • On most Sundays and Mondays, all wine bottles are half-price. We're taking a taxi.
  • Sunday brunch is buffet only!
  • Oysters, veal cheeks good.
  • The Malterre's come here every thanksgiving for an amazing buffet. Service is A+, food is to die for.
  • Try the Spiced Caramel Chocolate Tuile cookie from chef Frederick Ortega. It won our best holiday cookie bake-off at Liberty Place in 2011.