Sabrina’s Café Celebrates 20th Anniversary | Philadelphia Caller

Philadelphia, PA– Sabrina’s Café, the locally grown group of popular breakfast, lunch, and brunch restaurants, is celebrating its 20th Anniversary with original food menu items from 2001 with proceeds benefitting local charity, available at all open locations on Thursday, April 22.


 

Sabrina’s Café Celebrates Two Decades in Business with Original Menu Offerings

As a celebration of two decades in business, Sabrina’s Café will offer several original menu items from 2001 for one day only on Thursday, April 22, with throwback pricing for those unique dishes. Sabrina’s Café will then match that price. All proceeds garnered will be donated to local charity Project Home.

This nationally recognized non-profit organization provides housing, opportunities for employment, education, and medical care for homeless and low-income persons in Philadelphia. The 20th Anniversary event will be available at all open Sabrina’s Café’s locations for dine-in only.

In late April of 2001, Robert and Raquel DeAbreu opened Sabrina’s Café in South Philadelphia at the once famed Litto’s Bakery located in the Italian Market neighborhood. The DeAbreu family named their new restaurant after their newborn daughter Sabrina Isabella.

The breakfast and lunch eatery quickly became a favorite amongst locals and tourists alike. The DeAbreu family soon found their business expanding in 2007 in Fairmount. Three additional Sabrina’s Café have opened in Wynnewood, PA, Collingswood, NJ, and University City near Drexel University’s campus.

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