Walnut Bridge Coffee House

★★★★★

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This strange little spot on the bridge to West Philly has both good coffee and a case full of yummy interesting chocolates. The atmosphere is not bad and the lunch options are really decent.

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This strange little spot on the bridge to West Philly has both good coffee and a case full of yummy interesting chocolates. The atmosphere is not bad and the lunch options are really decent.

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I love me my caffeinated beverages, but there is nothing I hate more than spending 4 or 5 bucks on an espresso drink that I could have made at home. But I have found that the drinks at this cafe are of EXCELLENT quality. Honestly, I've tried a lot of cafes in Philly and I think this place is the best. They also have a huge selection of high-end chocolates (Scharffen-Berger, Vosge, etc) for those with a sweet tooth. Can't say I've tried them, but they offer a number of breakfast and lunch sandwiches plus pastries from Miel. My favorite treat here though is the yogurt parfait - made with Greek yogurt, honey, granola, dried cherries and berries. The owners are very friendly and seem to know the names of so many of their regulars.
Tip - street parking is limited but if you are driving through this area - you can park briefly at the Rite Aid next door.

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I love me my caffeinated beverages, but there is nothing I hate more than spending 4 or 5 bucks on an espresso drink that I could have made at home. But I have found that the drinks at this cafe are of EXCELLENT quality. Honestly, I've tried a lot of cafes in Philly and I think this place is the best. They also have a huge selection of high-end chocolates (Scharffen-Berger, Vosge, etc) for those with a sweet tooth. Can't say I've tried them, but they offer a number of breakfast and lunch sandwiches plus pastries from Miel. My favorite treat here though is the yogurt parfait - made with Greek yogurt, honey, granola, dried cherries and berries. The owners are very friendly and seem to know the names of so many of their regulars.
Tip - street parking is limited but if you are driving through this area - you can park briefly at the Rite Aid next door.

 

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