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Frankford Hall is a Philly-style Beer Garden that is fun for groups and families. There are games for the kids and for the young at heart. Very casual dinning and delicious beers. Outdoor seating a... más información

Steven Starr recently converted this exposed brick industrial warehouse into a Beer Garden. Games, including ping pong and jenga, surronding an outdoor fire pit scene which is truly unmatched!

German Beer garden, great for groups although definitely not the place to go on the weekends due to over crowding. Ping pong tables, foozball, German sausage, and $5 Liter stein happy hour

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Pat's or Gino's? Get both and you decide! (Shhhh, don't tell anyone but Pat's is WAAAAY better!) Beware: Be familiar with customary Cheesesteak ordering procedures ... luckily, they're posted.

Pat Olivieri, invented the steak sandwich in 1930. Since then, Pat’s has grown to be one of the most famous cheesesteak shops in the world. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

My favorite of the two famous competing South Philly cheesesteak joints. Family owned and operated for 80 years. Open 24/7. Skip Geno's and go to Pat's!

Recomendado por 148 anfitriones de la zona

The Italian Market is the popular name for the South 9th Street Curb Market, an area of South Philadelphia featuring many grocery shops, cafes, restaurants, bakeries, cheese shops, butcher shops, etc.

These four or five blocks of 9th Street are some of the liveliest in philly. There are cheesemongers, butchers, spice merchants, taco restaurants, and stores selling cheap housewares. And then the ... más información

This place is infamous and you must take a walk through. There are specialty food concession stands like cheese, spices, meat, fish, produce and desserts. There are other spots throughout the marke... más información

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From Wiki: The collection includes 181 paintings by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, 69 by Paul Cézanne, 59 by Henri Matisse, 46 by Pablo Picasso, 21 by Chaim Soutine, 18 by Henri Rousseau, 16 by Amedeo Mod... más información

The Barnes Foundation houses one of the finest collections of nineteenth- and twentieth-century French painting in the world. An extraordinary number of masterpieces by Renoir, Cezanne and Matisse ... más información

The Barnes holds one of the finest collections of Post-Impressionist and early Modern paintings (Matisse, Renoir, Picasso, Cezanne, etc).

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The Philadelphia Museum of Art is great. There is wonderful art inside and across the street at the Perelman. There is also beautiful are outside on the frescos and the architecture. Plus the view ... más información

The Philadelphia Museum of Art was forever immortalized in the classic Rocky film franchise. While the “Rocky Steps” draw a stream of visitors who want to reenact Stallone’s on-screen training regi... más información

The museum has a fantastic comprehensive collection of everything from ancient Asian architecture to Impressionism and beyond. Tickets are good for two days, giving you the opportunity to explore t... más información

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What can't you find at Reading Terminal Market?!? So many food vendors all in one spot. It can get crowded but there are many family friendly options here. My personal recommendation would be: F... más información

Reading Terminal Market is one of the oldest and largest enclosed public markets in America. It is located directly across from the Philadelphia Convention Center (Corner of 12th & Arch Streets) in... más información

The number one most visited attraction in Philadelphia is Reading Terminal Market, the city’s famous indoor foodie paradise that is a one-stop shop for everything from local produce and delicious s... más información

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It's considered to be one of the best cheesesteak joints in Philly. They have an ongoing rivalry with Pat's Steaks across the street. (I prefer Pat's becauase they are much nicer to customers)

Famous Geno's Steak is located across the street from our house. Open 24/7 for cheese steaks & cheese fries

Not the best cheesesteak in Philly, but famous (along with next door Pat's).But they’re famous (=tourist trap?), so you can say you went? I won’t eat it, it’s gross in my mind.☺. Philly culture e... más información

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There are shows upstairs most nights that are worth looking into - if not sold out in advance. But the downstairs is equally as fun! They have dj’s most weekends playing an array of music, good bee... más información

One of the original "cool spots" in Fishtown, this place is a solid bar/restaurant and live music venue (upstairs) that hosts lots of great acts. Great food, decor, & outdoor seating. Also, pool table

The original bar/music venue that made this area cool. It's where Justin Bieber popped into play pool at 1am after his concert. Always good music and great pet friendly outdoor seating.

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The first segment of the World Meeting of Families – Philadelphia 2015 will take place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center from September 22 through 25.

The Convention Center is a short subway ride or walk. I have meetings here bi-weekly and always enjoy the walk home.

Host of the Philadelphia Flower Show, ComicCon and SO MUCH MORE! The convention center is just 3 blocks away!

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Rittenhouse Square is one of the five original open-space parks planned by William Penn and his surveyor Thomas Holme during the late 17th century in central Philadelphia. The park is widely consid... más información

Take some time to explore the shops along Walnut Street near the popular Rittenhouse Park. Visitors will appreciate the architecture, large array of shopping options, and the historic park. Paint... más información

One of the original five, public squares laid out by William Penn, this square is the high society center of Philadelphia and anchors the west end of Walnut Street shopping. Sit, eat and watch.

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The zoo has come a long way, I just went again recently. Although it always is hard for me to see animals at the zoo sometimes because I feel bad for them, they have made some nice improvements tha... más información

America's first zoo!! 42 acres and is home to over 1,300 animals. Many children's features such as paddleboat lake,a rain forest themed carousel and lots of educational exhibits.

The oldest zoo in the USA. It is especially known as a breeding facility for animals that are hard to breed in captivity. Today, the zoo covers 42 acres and has more than 1300 animals.

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This local coffee company has recently gone national. This is their flagship location. It is ultra yuppie, but the food and coffee are fantastic. I highly recommend the Draft Latte. Their food is f... más información

My all-time favorite cafe, this place is jaw-dropping. Tons of freshly-roasted coffee, out of this world steamed latte, fresh baked goods, and rum from their distillery. I wish I lived there.

Seriously good coffee, for the coffee snobs. Co-founded by Todd Carmichael, also host of the hit Travel Channel show Dangerous Grounds. You have to visit this place for the coffee and the light food.

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Complementing the handcrafted brews is impressive lineup of hand-tossed, wood fired pizza, char-grilled burgers, numerous vegetarian and vegan friendly options, fries and bites, Pennsylvania wines,... más información

Great beer brewed on site, great pizza from a wood fired brick oven, a friendly neighborhood vibe with great staff, bar and table seating and in-demand outside tables, and brunch pizzas on Sundays!

Great portrait of Philadelphia's local beer scene and amazing wood fired pizza. They serve brunch-style pizzas as well and you often see families here in the daytime.

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Modern twists on Mexican dishes, such as vegan fajitas and mahi mahi tacos—fare that washes down perfectly with a tequila flight or specialty margarita. In warmer months, the outdoor patio rocks.

More casual dining spot with nice outdoor seating area. Fine Mexican fare, potent margaritas, a lively vibe & outdoor seating make this a popular hangout.

Reasonably priced hipster Mexican place with a large outdoor patio on Passyunk Ave. Good margaritas. Vegan fajitas surprisingly delicious.

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Located right in the middle of the most popular and lively part of South Street. Have one of Philadelphia's best cheese steaks and then wander East on South Street towards the Delaware River!

Pat's and Geno's are the original Philly steak houses, but for the best Philly cheese steak, we recommend Jim's. There's always usually a line so plan to arrive early.

Jim’s Steaks on South Street is our personal fav. Just be sure you’re ready to order when you get to the front of the line, or you may get send to the back. Cash only. There are a LOT to choose from!

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University of Pennsylvania is the nation's first University. To get a feel for the architecture and overall vibe of the University, walk east on Locust Walk from 40th street. You will be on college... más información

Walk the campus of one of the oldest Ivy League schools in United States. Make sure to see The Quadrangle at 36th and Spruce. (University City)

Right over the bridge is home to Philly's Ivy League college. A beautiful campus with lots of good food and shopping surrounding it.

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If you want a good brunch, this is a great spot. In addition, it becomes a relaxing (a bit divey) bar at night. Be warned that if you show up much after 11:00am during a weekend you will probably h... más información

Amazing neighborhood spot. Brunch, latenight snacks, great bartenders, good music

Probably the most popular bar in the neighborhood. Good menu and always a great rotating selection of craft beer.

Recomendado por 62 anfitriones de la zona

One of Philly's favorite brunch spots. Long lines on weekends, but the big portions and laid back atmosphere makes it pretty hard to say no to! Honey's is open for dinner and is just as delicious... más información

Amazing brunch, cheap, diner-style, fast service (though the line can get long on the weekend). They serve lunch and dinner too, BYOB (Bring Your Own Booze).

It's a perfect greasy spoon meets clean spoon brunch mashup. One of the best brunch spots around!

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THE place to have breaky in Philly. On the Italian Market, early birds are rewarded with quick seating and inventive deliciousness. The food is BIG here at breakfast so come hungry. Get there be... más información

Hearty, innovative brunch fare. Weekly menus around fun themes. We recommend the special stuffed French toast, be ready to skip lunch (and dinner). Expect a line after 10am on weekends. BYOB.

Great brunch place in the heart of the Italian Market. Best pancakes, French toast, etc! The wait on weekends can be long-ish, but if you're here during the week - take advantage of it!

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This corner bar and restaurant is a Spruce Hill gem, but the real treat is the attached bottle shop where you can browse hundreds of bottles of the best beers in the world and enjoy a few on tap, too.

This is one of the local watering holes around. They're menu may look unexpected but I've never had a bad meal there. They also have great tap beer and serve food late if you come home a little hun... más información

Excellent selection of local and imported beers, with a bottle bar next door housing greater than 500 different varieties of beer. Great pub food as well. $



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Imagine sitting across from a park enjoying fresh baked bread and enjoying a glass of wine. Add cheese and charcuterie and perhaps steak tartare. Why stop there...try the moules frites or trout Ama... más información

Classic french bistro. Love going here for brunch when the weather is warm and grabbing an outdoor table (prepare for a wait). Try the warm shrimp salad and the cranberry bread.

On a beautiful day, Parc and Rouge vie for most-sought-over seats in the city. Ask for a "park view" on the 18th street side ... and always call ahead. Perfect for brunch or afternoon drinks!


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$$· 1208 Frankford Ave·Mapa·Horas·Sitio web·

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Stephen Starr Restaurant that is take out BBQ with picnic table settings and beer and drinks you can purchase there. Go for happy hour stake tips and Manhattans...$10 for both and it makes you happy.

A Philly cousin to the Brooklyn BBQ joint, this establishment is owned by Steven Star. Really good BBQ, atmosphere, and outdoor seating. Good beers, and cocktails too!

Some of the best BBQ you will ever eat, even if you're from the South like myself. Check out their happy-hour that features reduced-price pork sandwiches and $5 Old Fashions and Manhattans

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If you're looking to spend a day at the ball game—as long as they are playing at home—you can see the the top rated mascot in all major sports (The Phillie Phanatic). Cheering on the Phillies in pe... más información

Citizens Bank Park is a 43,651-seat baseball park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, part of the South Philadelphia Sports Complex, and home of the Philadelphia Phillies.

Take me out to the ballgame. Super easy to get to the stadiums from our place. Walk one block to Broad and South, hop on the subway going south, get off at AT&T station.

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Third biggest mall in the world, second biggest in the United States! If you go by retail space square footage instead of just square footage, it's actually bigger than the Mall of America!

One of the biggest malls in the country, with both luxury and normal priced shops. Great for inclement weather or to get some shopping done. Also close to many big box shops in the area, includin... más información

The second biggest mall in the country is just a short drive away. Amazing selection of stores and restauarnts (including the Cheesecake Factory) that you won't find anywhere else. New additions ju... más información

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Coffee shop. Equal exchange coffee, tea and hot chocolate. Locally made simple food- bagels, sandwiches, muffins. Cozy indoor seating and outdoor seating next to the park. 10 min walk thru park.

Delicious coffee, great tea selection, yummy sandwiches (meat and veggie), best vegan muffins and donuts, wifi. Great for a quiet breakfast or getting some work or reading done.

Great icecream (Weckerly's) and sandwiches in addition to the usual coffee options on a great corner across from Clark Park and the Saturday farmers' market.



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$· 1114 Frankford Avenue·Mapa·Horas·Sitio web·

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Do you enjoy vintage arcade games and alcohol? Then you're gonna love this place. Grab a handful of quarters and spend the night tapping buttons and yanking joy sticks.

They have tons of vintage video games and draft beer, can be fun if you're in to that sort of thing... "Joust", "Rampage", "Gauntlet" and "Gataga" are some of my favorites I always look for.

Directly across the street and a great place to grab a beer and to play vintage video games.

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Hands down best espresso in the city for me. Besides the fact that they are an institution here in Philly and have expanded nationally now, their coffee is served in most high end restaurants and t... más información

Best coffee roasters arond - Tasty coffee! Feels like your walking around the block for a great cappuccino in Florence, Italy. Sip there or take some home for later.

Known for their fancy coffee! If you want trendy strong coffee, this is the place to be. A 20min walk from my place! I'd especially recommend for the working professional who may want a quiet space... más información

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A must see for any visitor to Philadelphia. The Liberty Bell is on view to the public for free, no ticket required, but you may need to wait in line to enter the building if you want to see the fam... más información

The Liberty Bell is a must see attraction when coming to Philadelphia. Walk up 5th Street, turn onto Chestnut, and can get a good view of the Bell from the outside while avoiding long lines.

From Signal to Symbol The State House bell, now known as the Liberty Bell, rang in the tower of the Pennsylvania State House. Today, we call that building Independence Hall. Speaker of the Pennsyl... más información

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They have a great variety of drinks and entrees. The appetizers are awesome and are half price during happy hour (M-F 4-6PM). Check it out! (P.S. Wild boar tacos are great!)

American beer bar featuring a lineup of local and domestic drafts that rotates often, plus unique kitchen creations.

Yes, it's a gastropub. The food's usually quite good, but it can get loud. Very good beer selection, almost as good as The POPE.

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The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts is a large performing arts venue and the the home of the Philadelphia Orchestra, one of America's Big Five symphony orchestras.

The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts is a large performing arts venue located at 300 South Broad Street. Check out the Hamilton Garden for a unique view of the city and the building.

If you're feeling fancy, check out the Kimmel Center performances! It's fun to take a date on and dress up in a classy and dapper way. Only a 7min walk from my place