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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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  • Clover Market

    Ardmore’s upscale alfresco vintage and antiques bazaar

    Shoppers at the Clover Market can browse and buy from more than 100 high-end vendors peddling art, antiques, vintage and handmade goods.

    The Clover Market, held three weekends in the spring and two weekends in the fall, attracts shoppers from all over to its beautifully displayed tents of vintage goods and artisan wares.

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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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  • Di Bruno Bros. – Ardmore

    A slice of Philadelphia foodie heaven in Ardmore Farmers’ Market

    Di Bruno Bros. Delaware County location is in the popular Ardmore Farmers' Market.

    Two-hundred-pound wheels of cheese, hanging provolones, legs of prosciutto and more are what visitors can expect at the Delaware County location of Philadelphia’s Di Bruno Bros. in the Ardmore Farmers Market in Suburban Square. Since 2011, Di Bruno Bros., which specializes in international specialties and prepared foods, has operated a successful location out of Ardmore. Fresh mozzarella is made on the premises, small cooking demonstrations allow for culinary presentations by both Di Bruno’s chefs and visiting chefs and wine, beer and cheese pairings and tastings at the Ardmore Farmers Market location.

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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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  • East End Salon

    Old-fashioned elegance adds polish to this high-end salon

    Old-fashioned elegance adds polish to this high-end salon

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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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  • Eclat Chocolate

    Some of the best chocolates in America can be found in West Chester

    Eclat Chocolates are made with only the highest quality ingredients.

    Christopher Curtin, a world-renowned master chocolatier, prides himself on his obsession with using only the highest quality ingredients for the exotic and fancy caramels, truffles and crèmes he sells at his West Chester shop, Eclat Chocolate.

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  • Emerald Street Urban Farm Project

    An impressive example of urban redevelopment

    The owners of this neighborhood-run urban farm/garden turned five vacant lots into an impressive production.

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  • Era Atomica

    Mid-century modern furnishings and fittings

    Patrons step back in time at this mid-century-modern-appointed vintage shop, stocked with an ever-changing selection of everything retro, from quality furniture and art to sought-after barware and coveted Pyrex sets. DIY events, like reupholstering workshops, and Mad Men-style cocktail parties happen frequently among the vintage wares.

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  • 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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  • Exit Skateshop

    Back to the grind

    Exit carries a slew of boards, shoes, clothes and accessories, and its versatile interior also plays regular host to art show openings, parties and events.

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  • Eyes Gallery

    A rainbow of Latin American arts, crafts and jewelry

    Julia Zagar, the wife of prolific mosaic muralist Isaiah, operates this destination for Latin American crafts. Religious iconography, sterling-silver jewelry, hand-woven blankets and folk art fill the place from floor to ceiling. And her husband’s work adorns the outside of the shop, along with many other facades in and around South Street.

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  • Fabric Row

    The place for fabric in Philly

    Shopping on Fabric Row

    Fabric Row has continued to be a hub for textile-related businesses for over a century in Philadelphia.

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  • Fabric Row

    A historic destination for textiles and tailors

    Textile shoppers have made pilgrimages to Fabric Row, a thoroughfare of 4th Street between South and Christian Streets, for more than a century. Today it’s home to both third-generation fabric vendors and a new generation of boutiques and businesses.

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  • Fairmount Bicycles

    A friendly shop for bike sales, repairs and rentals

    This full-service bike shop sells new and refurbished bikes, as well as all the necessary accessories and safety equipment. Cycling enthusiasts can also rent bikes for a half-day, full day or week.

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  • Fairmount Running Company

    Don’t walk, run to this shop staffed by experts

    A favorite among the neighborhood runners, this shop is staffed by lifelong runners and coaches and carries every major brand of running sneakers, apparel and accessories.

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  • Fante’s Kitchen Shop

    A one-stop shop for the aspiring chef

    Before Walnut Street had Williams-Sonoma, the Italian Market had this multi-room storehouse of everything and anything for the home cook. And in addition to vending freshly ground coffee beans (and every possible maker to brew them), essential to esoteric cake-making tools, top-of-the-line Le Creuset and Henckels and gadgets galore, Fante’s often discounts them too.

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