Duration: Two days and two nights
Despite its legendary history and colonial overtones, Philadelphia's cosmopolitan taste precedes all. Marathon shopping is kind of a big deal in Philly and its countryside, and for good reason. You'll find it all, from chic boutiques to high-end mega malls, from the see-and-be-seen streets, to the out-of-the-way treasure troves. Plus, three magical words: tax-free shopping (with world-class BYOBs and boutique hotels thrown in for good measure).
Philadelphia's wine, cheese and beer café. Catch a seat outside and people watch while you sample the ever changing menu of this Philly hot-spot. Cabernet and Carmignano? Don't worry, the friendly staff will help guide you through a memorable wine, cheese and beer experience.Read More >
This chic brasserie offers traditional bistro fare in a charming and comfortable space. Located in Rittenhouse Square, Parc pays tribute to French café culture, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. Enjoy classic onion soup, escargots, steak frites and pleateus de fruits de mer.Read More >
Since 1930, Pat’s King of Steaks has been offering the classic Philadelphia Cheesesteak. Located in South Philly, visitors can enjoy a sandwich from the original founder of the cheesesteak.Read More >
Since 1966 Geno’s Steaks has been competing as the best cheesesteak in Philadelphia. Enjoy a thinly sliced rib-eye steak, melted cheese, oven-fresh bread along with Joe’s choice of hot sauce for a mouth-watering lunch.Read More >
Located on a small quiet street in the very heart of Philadelphia's most fashionable district, it's also within walking distance to many of the city's world-class restaurants, cafes, museums and of course unique boutique shopping.Read More >
Surround yourself with the icons of America’s history at Hyatt Regency at Penn’s Landing. The hotel showcases impeccable service with waterfront dining.Read More >
This find dining experience focuses on seafood and steaks. With an ever evolving wine list and a menu to match it's a great place to relax after a long day of shopping. We recommend going on Fridays or Saturdays to enjoy the piano bar for some live entertainment.Read More >
Philadelphia's source of folk art, jewelry, and handmade items from around the world. You just can't leave this place without picking up something for the road.
Hudson Beach Glass Studio
Homemade glasswares, and even classes await you at this family-owned Philadelphia studio. These guys also carry a large selection of handmade jewelry by local and national artisans.