Pepi's Place now open on Brady
Pepi's Place opened quietly this past weekend in its new East Side home at 1330 E. Brady St., and you'd be hard-pressed to see the resemblance between the new digs and its old location on South Howell Avenue.
The restaurant, which originally hoped for an October opening, ran into a few snags renovating the new home, which combines two restaurant spaces once occupied by Philly Way and Berry Me Frozen Yogurt & Cafe. But, the new digs look to be worth the wait.
Unlike Pepi's South Side location – which only offered takeout and delivery – the East Side spot now accommodates diners who wish to dine in as well as those who prefer carryout or delivery.
The menu at Pepi's includes a variety of classic recipes from the original Pepi's Place, which opened in 1953, including pasta dishes like lasagne ($10.95), stuffed shells ($9.95) and chicken parmesan pasta ($10.95). It also offers a variety of appetizers, salads and sandwiches, along with their signature pizza, fish, ribs and lasagna.
Breakfast and brunch are served daily and include a breakfast sandwich ($5.95) bacon hash with eggs ($9.95), French toast ($7.95) as well as hash and skillets priced $8.95-10.95.
Italian brunch features items including thin, Italian-style pancakes ($6.95), a pizza skillet ($7.95) featuring hash browns, Italian sausage, onions, green peppers, mushrooms, two eggs, tomatoes and cheese; breakfast pizza ($10.95), ribs and eggs ($12.95) and brunch lasagna ($10.95) featuring ten layers including pasta, white sauce, Canadian bacon, scrambled eggs, cheese, onions and peppers. Specialty brunch drinks are also available Tuesday through Sunday until 2 p.m.
Pepi's is open Tuesday and Wednesday from 7 a.m. to midnight, Thursday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 3 a.m. and Sunday from 7 a.m. to midnight.
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