From the Upper Main Line to Northwest Philadelphia and around the Greater Philadelphia area, Patch polled readers to find the best place to brunch location for Mother’s Day. After a week of voting, the winners the Readers' Choices have been tallied. Check out which businesses were Patch Readers' Choice winners below.
If there’s a great place we missed, please be sure to let us know in the comments, and if we hit the best ones, let everyone else know by clicking on the location and leaving a review.
- Phoenixville: The Spirited Artist, 237 Bridge Street, Phoenixville
- Tredyffrin-Easttown: Valley Forge National Historical Park, 1400 N Outer Line Drive, King of Prussia
- Malvern: Paoli Battlefield, Radnor Hunt and the Great Valley Trail (three-way tie)
- West Chester: Longwood Gardens, 1001 Longwood Road, Kennett Square
Main Line East
- Bala Cynwyd: Cynwyd Heritage Trail, E Montgomery and Bala Avenues, Bala Cynwyd
- Ardmore: Barnes Foundation Gardens and Suburban Square (tie)
- Bryn Mawr: Bryn Mawr Film Institute, 824 W Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr
- Radnor: Chanticleer, 786 Church Road, Wayne
- Haverford-Havertown: Haverford Reserve, Darby Road & College Avenue, Haverford
- Media: Media Theatre, 104 E State Street, Media
- Marple-Newtown: Paper Mill House Museum, Saint Davids and Paper Mill Roads, Newtown Square
- Springfield: Smedley Park, 20 Paper Mill Road, Springfield
- Mt. Airy: Wissahickon Valley Park, 952 Blue Bell Terrace, Philadelphia
- Chestnut Hill: Morris Arboretum, 100 W Northwestern Avenue, Philadelphia
- Roxborough: Forbidden Drive / Wissahickon Creek
Make sure to check back Monday and vote for the area's best hoagie.