The Dutch, the popular breakfast, lunch, and dinner eatery with a focus on reinventing the Pennsylvania Dutch classics, is expanding operations this winter with the relaunch of daily brunch service starting on Monday, February 6, allowing loyal patrons and newcomers of the acclaimed restaurant and bar to enjoy breakfast and lunch fare and morning-inspired libations on Monday and Tuesday for the first time since prior to the pandemic.
Helmed by Co-Owners Chef Lee Styer and Chef Kevin Watters, The Dutch has provided locals and visitors with imaginative takes on traditional Pennsylvania Dutch dishes since opening in April 2016 in the Pennsport neighborhood. Since closing that original location and relocating to bustling East Passyunk Avenue in March 2022, The Dutch has continued to offer decadent, one-of-a-kind breakfast and lunch items in addition to a full bar program, and an elevated dinner service including the crowd-pleasing “The Dutch After Dark” multi-course prix fixe menu available Wednesday through Sunday.
With the addition of brunch service on Monday and Tuesday, beginning on February 6, fans of The Dutch can now experience the mouthwatering breakfast and lunch menu daily with highlights from the food menu including the following:
Crispy Lebanon Bologna Omelet ($16)
Sweet Dutch Baby ($12) – Lemon, powdered sugar
Savory Dutch Baby ($15) – Kielbasa, scallion, powdered sugar
Steak or Pork Belly & Eggs ($27) – Truffled mushrooms, chimichurri, toast
Ring Bologna Eggs Benedict ($18) – Dippy eggs, creamed chipped beef, toast
Reuben ($17) – Corned beef or turkey, sauerkraut, thousand island dressing, Swiss cheese on marble rye with side of fries or salad
Cobb Salad ($17) – Mixed greens, roasted turkey, bacon, red beet egg, bleu cheese, cucumber, tomato, red onion, green goddess dressing
“We’re pumped to be open seven days a week for the first time at our new East Passyunk location, serving new and returning customers brunch every day,” said Chef Kevin Watters. “Looking ahead to the future of The Dutch, we’re hoping to continuously host fun and innovative events, programming, and potentially be open for dinner service seven days a week as well.”
Those partaking in brunch at The Dutch can enjoy a steaming cup of joe from neighbors Rival Bros. Coffee, in addition to lattes, hot chocolate, tea, a selection of fresh juices, and more. Imbibers opting for a boozy brunch can select from wines by the glass, craft brews, and cocktails including Passionfruit Bellini, Elderflower Spritz with sparkling wine and lemon, Bloody Mary, Mimosa, Michelada utilizing Tecate, tajin, Clamato, and serrano chili, and Gin Grapefruit Collins.
Hours of operation at The Dutch are Monday through Friday from 8am – 3pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 8am – 2pm for brunch service, and Wednesday and Thursday from 5 – 9pm, Friday and Saturday from 5 – 10pm, and Sunday from 5 – 9pm for dinner service. Brunch is available on a walk-in basis only. Reservations can be made for dinner via Tock.
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