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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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  • Charlie’s Jeans

    Jean-lovers haven in Old City

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  • Chartreuse

    Floral services with colorful flair

    It’s easy to spot this boutique. The brightly colored walls provide a lively backdrop for the beautiful floral arrangements and handcrafted vases, pots and candles. The talented staff here also provides wedding and event planning services.

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  • Cheesesteaktees

    Graphic T-shirts galore

    If a Phillies, Eagles, Sixers or Flyers fan is thinking it, chances are they’ll find it on a T-shirt or hoodie designed and sold by this South Street shop. Licensed apparel—caps, Ts and the like—shares the spotlight.

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  • Chic Petique

    Purrfect place to spoil your posh pet

    Fashionable cats and dogs and their owners make up the clientele at this pet-supply store. They pick up healthy natural food and treats through the “apawthecary” services, as well as trendy collars, beds and accessories.

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  • Circle Thrift

    Come around for clothes, home goods and accessories

    Selling gently used vintage clothes, housewares, toys, books and furniture, Circle Thrift delivers what many thrift stores don’t—quality goods and a nice experience. Savvy shoppers should keep an eye on the website for primo deals.

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  • City Planter

    Nurse your green thumb

    Teardrop-shaped terrariums and heart-shaped planters are just the start of the cast stone, glass and pottery pieces available at this neighborhood nursery. The friendly experts inside this old warehouse help all colors of thumbs create their own urban oasis.

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  • Claudio’s Specialty Foods

    Find all the elements of a fine antipasti plate and more

    A salad bar’s worth of olives, a half dozen cases of cheese and salumeria and more than a few shelves of olive oil, balsamic vinegar, dry pasta, canned tomatoes and other Italian specialties are for sale at this friendly, well-priced Italian Market store. Next door, Claudio’s vends its homemade mozzarella.

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  • Community Bikes and Boards

    Trick-out your board or ride

    Skaters, BMXers and snowboarders can get their hands—and feet—on rides by Venom, Kali, Thule and dozens more in-the-know brands at this chiller-than-thou Fabric Row store. Also for sale here: tune-ups, repairs and tricking-out of aforementioned rides.

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  • D’Angelo Bros.

    A neighborhood butcher with a wide range of meats on the block

    In business for more than eight decades, Sonny D’Angelo’s neighborhood butcher has carved out a reputation as the place for unorthodox meats — think ostrich, caribou, kangaroo or even alligator.

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  • Dane Decor

    Former textile plant turned boutique

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  • Decades Vintage

    Racks and racks of retro apparel and accessories

    Mint condition, estate sale-gleaned garments fill this Fabric Row shop. Shoppers who don’t see the retro pantsuit of their dreams can simply ask omniscient owner Lisa Miroslaw to hunt down just the right pieces.

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  • Delicious Boutique

    Treat yourself to something sassy

    The name says it all — this unconventional boutique carries custom corset pieces and ensembles, whether you’re putting together a next-level costume or outfitting an entire bridal party. (They have men’s stuff, too!)

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  • Delicious Boutique & Corseterie

    Unbutton your wild side

    Shoppers step right up to this circus-inspired Liberties Walk store that’s home to men’s and women’s clothes that go beyond the astounding corset collection highlighted in its name.

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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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  • DiPinto Guitars

    Custom guitars for serious strummers

    Located a couple blocks from Fishtown’s main music drag, DiPinto Guitars began as a repair shop in 1995 before morphing into what it is today—a showroom for (sometimes bizarre) vintage guitars, as well as owner Chris DiPinto’s own creations.

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  • Distante

    Custom-designed, made-to-order attire

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  • Doggie Style

    Pamper your pets with treats, accessories and grooming

    With 10 locations in the Philadelphia area, Doggie Style welcomes pet owners who love to pamper. In addition to carrying gourmet treats, natural foods and pet supplies, the shop offers grooming and training. Rescue dogs for adoption in the window woo passersby.

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  • Duke & Winston

    Refined casual wear for men

    Guys looking to stand out shop here for a more refined assortment of T-shirts and polos.

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  • Duross & Langel

    Handmade soaps and beauty products in a colorful setting

    Colorful, handmade soaps at Duross & Langel

    Duross & Langel offers homemade, natural skin care and body products for the entire family.

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  • Dylan Gallery

    Fine art on the Piazza

    This Piazza-located gallery focuses on architectural, functional and fine art, including furniture, housewares and jewlery.

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