In 2012, this West Philly locavore market opened a café in Sister Cities Park, Philadelphia's newest green space, on the east side of Logan Circle. The panini are made with artisanal cheese and meats, farmers' market veggies, and locally baked bread. Also: bagels, cookies, cupcakes, quiches, pastries, and Bassett's ice cream, all to be enjoyed at 20 tiny cafe tables inside or out—or just sitting under a shade tree on the grass of this pocket-sized city park. In 2013, Milk & Honey also took over the busy, eclectic old Philadelphia Java Co. at 518 S. 4th St. just north of South Street (tel. 215/928-1811), famous as the spot where Charlie begins stalking The Waitress in television show "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."
Milk & Honey
200 N 18th St. (Logan Square)
Our Rating Neighborhood Logan Square Hours Mon-Fri 7am–5pm, Sat-Sun 8am–5pm Transportation
Bus: 32, 33, 38Phone 215/665-8600 Prices
Sandwiches $5–$7Cuisine Type Cafe/Sandwiches Web site Milk & Honey
Map200 N 18th St. Philadelphia
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