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Explore Queen Village

Wander, window shop and sip

Dining alfresco in Headhouse Square. Credit: R. Kennedy for GPTMC


Founded by creative, innovative Philadelphians who crafted things the right way — with their hands — today’s Queen Village is a spiritual home for thrifty boutique-hoppers with a sharp eye for what’s different.

Spend an afternoon browsing through the neighborhood’s more unconventional shops and stops, then toast to your finds with cocktails, dinner and dancing close by.

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Headhouse Farmers Market

A seasonal destination for farm-fresh groceries al fresco


Held every Sunday beneath the historic Headhouse Shambles, The Food Trust’s largest weekly farmers market also happens to be its most popular and well-attended. Look for a rotating roster of food trucks in addition to local vendors.

Second Street and Lombard Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
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Sophisticated supping in an elegant Queen Village bistro


Chefs Chip Roman and Jason Cichonski preside over this rustic urban American restaurant. Roman also runs noteworthy Blackfish and Mica; Cichonski came from Rittenhouse Square’s Lacroix. The dinner and Sunday brunch menus feature deliciously esoteric ingredients: Huckleberry, pumpernickel spaetzle and whiskey pears have all been known to make appearances.

627 S. 3rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(267) 687-8512


Dance (or laugh) the night away at this hidden-in-plain-sight cabaret

L’Etage features a u-shaped bar, curtained booths and a petite dance floor that hosts both dancers and cabaret artists.

This elegant second-floor lounge (upstairs from restaurant Creperie Beau Monde) has a u-shaped bar, curtained booths and a petite dance floor that hosts both dancers and cabaret artists.

624 S. 6th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 592-0656

Blue Belly BBQ

Stick-to-your-ribs sandwiches and smoky meats


Across the street from elder sister restaurant Cochon (see Bella Vista section), this tiny spot offers meat a bit more casually—international barbecue-style. Sandwiches come stuffed with slow-roasted pig, Korean beef, lamb barbacoa, jerk chicken, homemade “double dogs” or grilled falafel.

600 Catharine Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 238-0615



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