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  • Green Aisle Grocery

    A treasure trove for foodies

    This tiny, foodie-filled market stocks its shelves with high-quality cooking must-haves, local produce and packaged signature eats from local restaurants and bakers. The shop’s own line of house-made products, including organic spices in little glass jars, make great gifts.

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  • Greensgrow Farms

    A nationally recognized leader in urban farming

    Greensgrow, which grows food and flowers on land that as once deemed unusable, serves the local community through school tours and lessons on hydroponics, composting and raising bees.

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  • Halloween

    Rare, custom-designed jewelry sparkles at this Center City spot

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  • Headhouse Books

    An independent bookseller catering to families and bookworms alike

    One thing Queen Village and Bella Vista lack is a chain bookstore—and that’s just fine with residents and visitors, as they can get their bestsellers, classics, children’s reads and more at this neat one-stop shop. Ever family-friendly, Headhouse gives kids a mini play (and read) space in its back.

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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.

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  • Hello World

    The quintessential neighborhood gift shop

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  • Hello World Midtown

    The quintessential neighborhood gift shop

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  • Hiding Place

    Secret home of obscure treasures

    Tucked into a multi-gallery building on the 11th Street strip, Hiding Place specializes in the kind of offbeat vinyl and books that inspire artists.

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  • Holt’s Cigar Company

    Selling imported and domestic cigars in Center City for more than 100 years

    Holt's Cigar Company

    Selling imported and domestic cigars in Center City for more than 100 years

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  • HOME Furnishings Boutique

    Accessorize the Passyunk way

    Owned by an interior designer, this is a pretty little shop for people with a discerning eye for furniture, lighting fixtures and all the other uncategorized doo-dads that make a house ahome.

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  • House of Our Own Bookstore

    Quiet, comfortable bookstore on the edge of campus

    This bookshop focuses on cultural studies, history, literary criticism and social science. Located in a quiet, comfortable Victorian house on the edge of the Penn campus, the well-organized store showcases new volumes on the first floor and used titles on the second.

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  • Jay’s Pedal Power Bikes

    City’s first solar-powered bike shop

    The staff at Jay’s count more than 100 years of experience in the bike industry, and it shows in the staff’s customer service.

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  • Jinxed Clothing

    Colorful collectibles

    Cutting-edge merch from Kid Robot, STRANGEco and Fresh Melt Water mix with vintage furnishings and housewares on Jinxed’s shelves.

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  • Joan Shepp

    Bringing the runway to Philly for more than four decades

    The eponymous boutique of local fashion doyenne Joan Shepp brings the catwalk to Chestnut Street by offering clientele the latest from a who’s who of international fashion designers.

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  • Joseph Fox Bookshop

    Small but mighty, this Rittenhouse Square mainstay packs a literary punch

    Joseph Fox Bookshop

    Small but mighty, this Rittenhouse Square mainstay packs a literary punch

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  • Julian Abele Park

    An awesome new neighborhood park at 22nd and Carpenter Streets

    This public green space has been revamped to make it even friendlier to local residents looking to relax in a clean, green setting.

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  • Khmer Art Gallery

    Discover the art of Cambodia

    The first Cambodian art gallery in the city, Khmer displays and sells contemporary art that draws from traditional practices. The collection includes painting, sculpture, textiles, pottery and more.

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  • Kimberly Boutique

    Kimberly Boutique

    Designer brands with affordable tags

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  • King of Prussia Mall

    A shopper’s paradise

    Bring your walking shoes to explore the East Coast's largest shopping mall.

    The East Coast’s top shopping destination — don’t forget your walking shoes.

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  • Knit Wit

    Upscale boutique off Rittenhouse Square

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  • LAGOS Rittenhouse Square

    Flagship store for signature jewelry designer

    LAGOS' flagship store in Rittenhouse Square.

    Discover the handcrafted elegance of internationally-recognized LAGOS jewelry at their flagship store in Rittenhouse Square.

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  • Liberties Walk

    Breathe in the fresh air and browse the shops

    People strolling down the four blocks of this mixed-use space see kids riding bikes, owners walking their dogs and friends enjoying the outdoors.

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  • Lisa M. Reisman et Cie

    A touch of Paris in Rittenhouse Square

    Fin de Siècle posters and assorted French accessories at Lisa Reisman & Cie

    Transport to the Champs-Elysées at this French-inspired boutique

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  • Loop

    An awesome yarn shop on South Street West

    A one-stop shop for all-things yarn, Loop began as an online store before expanding to a South Street retail shop. Patrons looking to hone their hand-knitting craft can join a group class or sign up for a private lesson.

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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.

    Located in the historic Wanamaker building, Macy’s Center City is one of Philadelphia’s top shopping destinations with more than 100 years of retail history.

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  • Main Street Manayunk

    Charming canal-edged shopping and dining minutes from Center City

    Those in need of retail therapy can rejoice in Manayunk, which also boasts more than 65 boutique shops and galleries.

    Just minutes from Center City, Manayunk features more than 65 shops and galleries and scores of restaurants. The heart of the community is Main Street, a thoroughfare bustling with dozens of restaurants, owner-operated boutiques, bars and galleries.

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  • Manayunk Arts Festival

    One of the largest outdoor arts festivals in the region

    Thousands gather at the Manayunk Arts Festival on historic Main Street.

    June 24-25, 2017
    One of the largest outdoor arts festivals in the Delaware Valley, the Manayunk Arts Festival draws thousands of people to its historic Main Street for a two-day festival of arts, crafts, music, food and more.

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  • Mariposa Food Co-op

    Market fresh and locally sourced

    A cooperative owned and governed by its customers, Mariposa stocks and distributes local and sustainable products and engages in community nutrition education in Cedar Park.

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  • Material Culture

    Spacious storefront featuring rare antiques, global arts, private events and more

    Discover a vast and constantly changing inventory of rare and unique finds at Material Culture.

    Since 1993, thousands of savvy shoppers, designers and collectors around the country have taken inspiration and resource in Material Culture’s vast and constantly changing inventory of rare and unique finds.

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  • Metro Men’s Clothing

    Helping men enjoy shopping, one complimentary beer at a time

    Even men who claim to hate shopping like this store. It could be that the owner is likely to offer visitors a beer when they walk in. Or it’s the high-end brands, including Ben Sherman, Fred Perry and Scotch & Soda.

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