Vernick Coffee Bar is a modern Philadelphia café. Uncover a hidden oasis tucked away behind a canopy of trees in Comcast Technology Center’s upper lobby, located at the entrance at 18th and Arch Street. Sip on made-to-order craft coffee creations and ease into your morning with pastries made in-house by Executive Pastry Chef Danielle Seipp, or savour the high-impact flavours of James-Beard Award-Winning Chef Greg Vernick for your working lunch.
- 7:30 am – 3:00 pm
- Seated Lunch
- 11:00 am – 2:30 pm
- Mocha Latte
- Butterfly Pea Flower Tea
- Carrot Cake Pie
- Yogurt Parfait and Viennoiseries
- Browse a daily selection of viennoiseries
I’m inspired by the science of baking. Taking four simple ingredients: flour, eggs, butter and sugar – and creating something completely different from their original form.Ryan Schmitt, Executive Pastry Chef
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