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  • 1600 Below Vintage

    Mint-condition designer gems from way back

    Those in the know aren’t fooled by the large “Reliable Flooring” sign—this store is a vintage shopper’s dream.

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  • AIA Bookstore & Design Center

    A fun, sophisticated store selling architecture books, unique designer gifts, and creative children’s toys

    The AIA Bookstore & Design Center is a recognized leader in architecture books, unique designer gifts, and creative children’s toys. The bookstore is operated by the Philadelphia Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, one of the oldest Chapters of the AIA.

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  • Ali’s Wagon

    Outfitting the pint-sized set since 2007

    Opened by new parents Jessie Menken and Nat Weston in 2007, this store sells fun kids’ clothes and accessories, eclectic housewares, bath and body products and gifts, and it hosts parenting classes.

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  • American Apparel

    Simple tees made in the USA

    American-made basics abound in a rainbow of colors at the University City location of this scenester-approved outfitter. All clothing is made in the United States.

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  • Anastacia’s Antiques

    A cool curiosity shop

    A specialist in Victoriana, this 2,400-square-foot shop feels straight out of a movie set. Former art students own the 25-year-old home of enviable curiosities that comprise elegant furnishings and intricate jewelry.

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  • Antiquarian’s Delight

    Get lost among the antiques housed in this former synagogue

    A former synagogue is the decades-old home to a smattering of vintage and antique vendors. Among them, shoppers score great Bakelite jewelry, psychedelic fashions, retired furs, Depression glass, Victorian furnishings and antique toys.

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  • Arcadia

    Stay green with this eco-friendly boutique

    For a collection of sustainable and eco-friendly designers, shoppers need look no further than this independent boutique’s clothing, accessories, jewelry, denim, home accents and gifts.

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  • Architectural Antiques Exchange

    Get lost in the past

    All the antique pieces one would need to furnish, decorate or rehab their old home can be found in this massive 30,000-square-foot warehouse.

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  • Armory East Skate Shop

    Fix up and hit the streets

    Where once stood Hershey’s first candy store and a former gun shop now lies a popular new hangout for city skaters.

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  • Art Star

    A cutting-edge craft shop in Northern Liberties

    Original designs fill the space at Art Star

    Art Star, a gallery and boutique in the artistic Northern Liberties community.

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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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  • Bahdeebahdu

    Intriging interior artworks on display

    This interiors gallery is almost as fun to say as it is to explore. Featuring the elegant arrangements of designer R.J. Thornburg and the amazing sculptural lighting designs of Warren Mulller, the artsy space is a gasp a minute.

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  • Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll

    The buck stops here

    Crowds pack the streets during the Baltimore Avenue  for cheap eats and entertainment.

    The Dollar Stroll is an annual summer series that sees dozens of West Philly businesses setting up shop on the sidewalk and offering their wares for just $1. The cheap thrills are accompanied by live music and street performances.

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  • Bario-Neal Jewelry

    Lovely locally made and eco-friendly jewelry

    Every chunky gold ring, every simple sterling stud, every delicate, one-of-a-kind engagement ring in the cases of this corner boutique is made on-premises. Artist-owners Anna Bario and Page Neal source materials ethically and offer wearable beauty for an array of budgets.

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  • Beautiful World Syndicate

    A music shop for vinyl lovers

    Record collectors rejoice at this no-frills South Philly music hub, which peddles everything from punk to jazz. The selection changes constantly, so returning customers always find new musical treats.

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  • Bella Vista Beer Distributor

    A warehouse destination for beer by the case

    While they don’t sell six-packs (blame PA’s odd alcohol laws for that), Bella Vista is a must-stop for high-quality craft beer by the case or keg.

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  • Bicycle Revolutions

    A shop for serious cyclists and weekend cruisers

    One of the area’s best bike shops, Revolutions carries all the bipedal gadgetry you need, and is great with unexpected on-the-spot repairs.

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  • Bicycle Stable

    New and refurbished cycles for sale

    Located in a brick building that once served as a stable for police horses, Bicycle Stable handles a full line of bicycle services, from tune-ups to complete rebuilds.

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  • Bija

    Plant the seed for good health at the South Philly outpost of Wake Up Yoga

    Yogis that want to look good both on and off the mat visit Bija, meaning “seed” in Sanskrit. The sustainable-focused, eco-friendly shop, nestled inside the South Philly branch of Wake Up Yoga Studio, sells many items made by local crafters, artists and vendors.

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  • Bizarre Bazaar

    Stranger than fiction

    This one-of-a-kind “odditorium” is filled with weird and wacky doodads for the left-of-center home decor enthusiast.

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  • Black Vulture Gallery

    Custom tattoo studio and gallery

    Pulling double duty as a gallery and a tattoo parlor, Black Vulture’s four staffed artists are game for ink requests ranging from the traditional to the out-there.

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  • Blendo

    Blendo

    Trend-setting begins here on Antique Row

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  • Bloom

    The best gifts are handmade

    Thoughtful gift givers browse domestically handcrafted pottery, glassware, jewelry, perfumes and apparel in a quaint boutique environment.

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  • Bluemercury™ Apothecary and Spa

    Relief on Rittenhouse Square

    Bluemercury Spa

    The ultimate spot for high-end beauty addicts

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  • Blush Beauty Bar

    Seek out this beauty boutique at first blush

    This boutique beauty shop offers makeup lessons, facials and manicures from an accommodating and professional staff. Special events such as pre-wedding gatherings and birthday parties can include everything from makeup to up-dos.

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  • Bookhaven

    A nicely organized used bookstore

    Breaking the used bookstore mold, Bookhaven packs its two floors with amazing finds, arranged in an organized fashion (by genre, then author) rather than in piles. There is, however, the quintessential store cat.

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  • Boyds

    Boyds Philadelphia

    Offering designer threads for over 60 years

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  • Brickbat Books

    Literary retreat on Fabric Row

    Rare first-edition poetry tomes and brand-new graphic novels populate the wooden shelves of this Fabric Row shop. With creaky floors and a quiet atmosphere, it’s a great spot to discover a fondness for Edward Gorey or to rediscover that once-obsessed-over children’s book.

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  • Caleb Meyer Studio

    Custom-made crafts and jewelry gallery in historic Chestnut Hill

    Caleb Meyer creates stunning pieces of hand-crafted jewelry

    A custom-made crafts and jewelry gallery in historic Chestnut Hill

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  • Casa Papel

    Paper chase

    Who says print is dead? This specialty shop focuses on all things paper-related, from whimsical stationery to the tools of the trade.

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