Cafe Ole’s Old City outpost already had a loyal following among Philadelphians, but when the eatery debuted its first suburban location, Cafe Ole In The Valley, back in February, it earned a whole new slew of fans. It’s just a stone’s throw away from The Dorchester in Huntingdon Valley and serves up the same delicious, freshly roasted coffee and Mediterranean breakfast and lunch fare as the original.

Stop in for breakfast to devour one of the specialty omelets, such as the pesto omelet with olives, fresh mozzarella cheese, and tomatoes, or the salsa omelet with brie and basil. You can also enjoy something simpler, such as the bagel sandwich with egg and cheese. If you come in for lunch, try a signature Shakshuka. It’s a traditional Middle Eastern dish consisting of three eggs poached in tomato sauce and combined with ingredients like hummus and veggies or grilled chicken and green olives.