Uber, the on-demand ride service, crunched its data to find the 12 most popular brunch destinations in Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia restaurant that Uber drivers visited most over the last three months between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays was not some red-hot flavor-of-the-moment but the durable Farmicia in Old City.
Opened in September 2004 by chef Kevin Klause and Metropolitan Bakery's James Barrett and Wendy Smith Born, it's one of the city's earlier adherents to the farm-to-table movement.
Old City takes the top three places on the list. Eight of the 12 have liquor licenses. Farmicia has a license but it has one of the most liberal BYOB policies in town and discounts alcohol 50 percent during brunch.
The rest of the list, in order:
2. High Street on Market (308 Market St.)
3. Red Owl Tavern at the Hotel Monaco (Fifth and Chestnut Streets)
4. Reading Terminal Market (12th Street between Arch and Filbert Streets), which is a popular shopping destination in its own right
5. Bank & Bourbon at the Loews Hotel (12th and Market Streets)
6. White Dog Cafe (3420 Sansom St.)
7. Sabrina's (910 Christian St.)
8. Jack's Firehouse (2130 Fairmount Ave.)
9. Green Eggs Cafe (212 S. 13th St.)
10. Parc (18th and Locust Streets)
11. Honey's (21st and South Streets)
12. Brick & Mortar (312 N. 12th St.)