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Di Bruno Bros.

Di Bruno Bros.

Cheesecave at the Chestnut Street Di Bruno Bros. Credit: R. Kennedy for GPTMC

With a wonderful mix of urban shopping districts and some of the nation’s largest retail centers, you’ll need an extra bag to bring everything home!

Tax-Free Shopping

Go ahead, get that extra pair of shoes at the King of Prussia Mall or browse the high-end shops of Rittenhouse Row as clothing and shoe purchases are tax-free.

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  • Di Bruno Bros.

    A glistening specialty food emporium providing a veritable feast for the senses

    Cheesecave at the Chestnut Street Di Bruno Bros.

    The Di Bruno Bros. specialty store on Chestnut Street is an absolute must-see if you appreciate food. At all. Seriously. This place is very close to a boutique foodies heaven.

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  • Peddler’s Village

    Step outside your routine

    Peddler’s Village

    With some 70 specialty shops, five restaurants and a 70-room inn, Peddler’s Village is one of Bucks County’s premier destinations

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  • Reading Terminal Market

    America’s oldest farmers’ market

    Delicious Pennyslvania Dutch pies and baked goods? Yes, please.

    Established in 1892 at 12th and Arch Streets, Reading Terminal is the nation’s oldest continuously operating farmers’ market. Today, this indoor foodie paradise is a one-stop shop for everything from local produce and meats to artisanal cheeses and incredibly delicious desserts and baked goods. It’s also home to the “best sandwich in America.”

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  • Mitchell and Ness

    Philadelphia’s oldest sports apparel company

    Mitchell & Ness’ flagship store in Center City.

    Philadelphia-based Mitchell & Ness Nostalgia Co. has developed a major following creating and selling authentic, vintage-inspired sports apparel for over 100 years.

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  • Macy’s Center City

    Macy’s downtown Philadelphia location is in a National Historic Landmark

    Macy’s plays home to one of the largest working organs in the world — plus several floors of designer clothing.

    Macy’s downtown Philadelphia location is in a National Historic Landmark

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  • Philadelphia Premium Outlets

    Premier shopping destination in Philadelphia and the Countryside

    More than 150 stores beckon you to shop ‘til you drop.

    Brand loyalists and cost-conscious shoppers will feel right at home at the Philadelphia Premium Outlets.

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  • The Italian Market

    A South Philadelphia mainstay since the 19th Century

    Do you love food, or even just like it? Get to the Italian Market. Immediately.

    The South Philadelphia mainstay, thriving since the 19th Century, is a haven for lovers of food.

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  • The Philadelphia Antiques Show

    Antiques and art through the 20th century at the Pennsylvania Convention Center

    Browse antique decorative and fine arts at the Philadelphia Antiques Show. View More
  • Esposito’s Meats

    Italian Market butcher shop serving Philadelphia for more than a century

    Esposito’s Meats has been serving the Italian Market for over 100 years.

    For more than 100 years, Esposito’s has been providing high-quality meats to the region from the Italian Market.

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  • Via Bicycles

    Bikes on bikes on bikes

    The frames climb all the way to the ceiling at Via, a long-running cash-only destination for unique rides, parts, repairs and bike-nerd conversation. (Plus, there’s a free tire pump outside the front door)

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  • Ps and Qs

    Mind your apparel, guys

    At this new menswear boutique, heritage brands—Herschel Supply Co., Pendleton—share racks with trendy labels—Norse Projects, Warriors of Radness. Each piece has been thoroughly vetted to be on point, right down to the stripes on the Richer Poorer socks and the masculine scents of the rugged candles.

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  • Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)

    Gear up for outdoor adventures

    The adventure lover’s go-to store, EMS lines its shelves and racks with durable hiking, camping and biking gear, plus footwear and clothing. College IDs get students 20% off full-price EMS-brand items and 15% off national brands.

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  • Avril 50

    Papers and coffee from around the world

    With a selection of international coffee, chocolate, tobacco and tea and an array of postcards, this tiny shop tucked along charming Sansom Street is a must-stop for lovers of foreign cultures. They can also browse a newsstand that holds newspapers, academic journals and high-end fashion magazines from countries and continents as diverse as Europe, China, Israel and Lebanon.

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  • Urban Outfitters

    Hometown of the popular clothing and houseware chain

    People head to this bi-level shop for all-things urban cool, including men’s and women’s fashions, as well as funky housewares. The store receives many of the chain’s most up-to-date items, thanks to the fact that its headquarters calls Philly home.

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  • The Porch at 30th Street Station

    Fresh air and fresh fare

    A new initiative spearheaded by the University City District, the Porch at 30th Street Station attracts both travelers and locals with food trucks, farmers markets and live entertainment.

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  • Piper Boutique

    Dress up with all-natural clothing

    The stock changes daily at this all-natural women’s clothing boutique, the first location outside of New York. Piper Boutique celebrates rustic style and textile traditions, and the staff is devoted to personalized attention for all customers.

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  • Penn Bookstore

    One of the largest bookstores in the city

    Often a stop on author book tours, the University of Pennsylvania’s bookstore carries more than 80,000 titles, making it one of the largest bookshops in the city. Students and visitors can also find Penn apparel, home décor, electronics and baked goods at the coffee shop.

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