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FCM Hospitality and Avram Hornik announce the grand opening of Rosy’s Cafe in Rittenhouse neighborhood, located next to Rosy’s Taco Shop. Philadelphia’s newest breakfast destination is located at 2218 Walnut Street. The cafe has colorful artwork with a menu that focuses on simple yet flavorful breakfast and lunch dishes. Mexican-inspired, Philadelphia-infused menu items include made-to-order breakfast tacos, aromatic drinks, hearty burritos, and filling tortas. Rosy’s Cafe culinary offerings include a range of vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. For seating, look for 20 indoor seats to start, with additional outdoor seating available once weather permits. Look for hours to start 7 days a week, from 7:00am to 3:00pm, for dine-in, pick-up, or delivery utilizing GrubHub, UberEats, or DoorDash.
From the kitchen, look for a focus on coffee and breakfast tacos. Guests that want a casual, hearty meal, can try one of the tortas, a classic Mexican street food. The THIQ tocino, huevo y queso is a classic tortas. The Monte Cristo provides a sweet, savory, crunchy, soft mash up. This club-sandwich-esque breakfast stack offers layers of egg battered bread, ham, bacon, avocado, chihuahua cheese, and chipotle mayo, all finished with a dusting of powdered sugar.
Rosy’s Cafe wants to be known for their classic breakfast tacos, featuring a variety of proteins, with a handful of specialty offerings. The Philly Special is made with cheesy eggs, fried Lancaster scrapple, Valentina hot sauce, and crispy potatoes served on corn tortillas.
Rosy’s Cafe has a variety of cold and hot drink selections. Rosy’s Cafe uses OX coffee, a Philadelphia based, independent, specialty coffee roaster. OX coffee was selected as the bean of choice due to their high-quality products that are harvested, processed and roasted using sustainable and organic practices. Even non-coffee drinkers will want to try a cup of cafe de olla, a traditional Mexican coffee which is sweetened and spiced as it is brewed to provide the perfect amount of sweetness and strength.
For a unique beverage option, be sure to check out the refreshing coco frio, an iced espresso drink with coconut water, or Abelita’s hot mocha, a perfect blend of espresso and house made Mexican-chocolate mocha.
Drinks are available to go, but guests may want to consider dining in as all drinks (which range from $3-$4.50) come served with a housemade churro.
This cozy cafe opens with 20 indoor seats, with limited outdoor seating available, weather permitting. Inside, guests will find eye-catching canvas prints created to highlight the Mexican inspired roots of the cafe. Images featuring two modern Puebla, Mexico street art and one colorful image provided by Chef Jugo Stevcic snapped during his last visit to Mexico City.
Rosy’s Cafe is open daily for dine-in, pick-up, and delivery utilizing GrubHub, Uber Eats and DoorDash from 7:00am to 3:00pm. Rosy’s Café is located next door to Rosy’s Taco Bar at 2218 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA.