SkyBrunch at the Top of The Tower

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I had the pleasure of taking the family to this beautiful SkyBrunch at the Top of the Tower. The views and the food were fantastic a must try. The buffet is endless and the brunch cocktails are out of this world delicious. Philadelphia’s loftiest brunch experience is at the Top of the Tower {atop the Bell Atlantic Tower at Three Logan Center}.  A celestial dining experience 50 floors above the city and featuring a copious buffet of brunch classics punctuated by local purveyors and artisan flair, featuring views of city and beyond in every direction.

SkyBrunch stations include: The Panorama — with breakfast pastries, fresh fruit and berries, Metropolitan granola, yogurt parfait; The Sunny Side — featuring Omelets made-to-order, baby Yukon home fries, pecan-smoked bacon, house-crafted pork sausage and turkey sausage, chive and crème fraiche scrambled eggs;  The Landscape — includes pepper-cured prime rib, honey-ginger glazed Berkshire ham, pasta du jour, vegetable du jour, house-made soups, salads; The Outlook — featured honey-stung fried chicken, pecan waffles, crème brûlée brioche French toast, Pennsylvania Wilds pure maple syrup;  The SeaScape —a wave of oyster and crab claw shooters, Shrimp en Barigole variety of duck trap smoked salmon, Zento sushi;  Charcuterie — assorted cured meats and artisan cheeses, pickled vegetables, crostini, mustards.  The View (Sugar High) — house-made chocolate-dipped strawberries, assorted mini-desserts, cookies, brownies.

SkyBrunch service will be from 10 am-2 pm on Sundays for $50 per person; and $25 for children 12 under. Guests five years of age and under are free of charge. Guests wishing to park on site in the underground garage can do so for just $10 on Sundays.

Having your head in the clouds doesn’t mean you’re not grounded — oh yes we did — and that’s why the Top of the Tower will donate a $1 from every cover at SkyBrunch to Philadelphia’s Clean Air Council, while inviting guests to match the donation, if they so choose, with a line on each guest check. Tweet: #SkyBrunch

The Pope is coming to Philadelphia, how about a skybox seat to watch as the pope makes his way through town.

Caelum Cena Sunday, September 27, 3:30 pm – 10 pm

Top of the Tower opens for the solemn high mass as the Holy Father celebrates on Eakins Oval, on the Ben Franklin Parkway. Top of the Tower invites guests to the 51st floor balcony for photos and an outdoor view of the event. During mass, Top of the Tower plans to stream a remote broadcast of the event. Sunday night supper buffet will be served following mass. Table space for mass followed by dinner and exclusive access to the balcony and SkyBar is $175 per person, inclusive of taxes and gratuity. Seats for Caelum Cena—a more than six-hour event—must be purchased in advance.  

Top of the Tower will donate $5 per Caelum Cena guest to the Francis Fund. The Francis Fund is a special fund in honor of Pope Francis’ visit, and will be used to help Philadelphia and Camden citizens struggling with hunger, homelessness, and poverty via Sister Mary Scullion and PROJECT HOME. Top of the Tower is encouraging guests to match their contribution at the time of reservation.

To make reservations for any of Top of the Tower’s exciting programming during the Papal Visit, please visit:

Tweet: Now @TopoftheTower takes #PopeInPhilly to new heights with extended #SkyBrunch, SkyBar and SkySupper! #WMF2015

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  1. Marilyn says:

    We’ve been meaning to check this out. Weekends have been pretty booked lately. Need to make the time for it. That view is AMAZING!

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