Conshohocken Cafe was opened by Michael Oraschewsky in 2010. He started in the industry working as a busser, bartender, and server. He has been a restaurant owner for the past 14 years. Before opening the Conshohocken Cafe, he owned a smaller place. When the family next door sold their cafe, he bought it so he could expand his current place and provide a larger menu. Michaelís goal was to have a place that everyone could enjoy. He wanted customers to feel at home and enjoy food that looked good and tasted even better. The cafe has an open kitchen so the staff can interact with the customers. Conshohocken Cafe serves breakfast and lunch classics. They have traditional favorites and their own creative items. Whether you want something savory or sweet, this cafe has something for you. Enjoy comfort foods like their grilled cheese and roasted red pepper and tomato soup. A popular breakfast item among local college kids is the Drunken Monkey French Toast stuffed with bananas foster, whipped cream, and cookie crumbles, and topped with homemade chocolate sauce. They serve a lot of classic Philly recipes like their breakfast SuperBowl made with creamy chipped beef. They also have vegetarian and vegan options available. Michael says that you have to try their amazing fresh squeezed orange juice, which is a feature that sets them above the rest. Conshohocken Cafe is open seven days a week. They offer catering and have a menu online. They have indoor and outdoor seating, and dogs are welcome on the patio. Check it out for all of your favorite cafe classics!
521 Fayette Street
Conshohocken, PA 19428