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“In Fishtown, near Sugar House Casino and Philadelphia Distilling... grab a cocktail and a snack before your show!”
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“Philly's most iconic micro-brewery, has a brand new tap room! Great spot to try all of the beers that Yards makes as well as great spot to hang out. Families are not recommended. ”
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Sögufrægur staður
“The Betsy Ross House is a landmark in Philadelphia purported to be the site where the seamstress and flag-maker Betsy Ross lived when she is said to have sewed the first American Flag. ”
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“Bow-tie-wearing staff dispense classic ice cream parlor/soda fountain treats in an old-timey space. ”
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“Great for breakfast or lunch. Also a great place to grab a coffee or fill your basket with snacks and other items to fill your fridge.”
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“Off the wall ice cream flavors that will make you scratch your head as you ask for seconds!”
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“Cute place to find vintage home accessories and browse on a lazy Saturday. ”
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Amusement Park
“If you love boardwalk vibe with food, games, rides and shops, this is a fun area for the entire family! There is always a water park and kids corner for children under 10 who might be scared of the larger rides. ”
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Outlet Mall
“Tanger Outlets “The Walk” is a 109-store open-air outlet mall. It is the only outlet mall in Atlantic County. The mall spans 3 city blocks, featuring a unique layout in outlet mall construction”
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“Open Mall. Great prices and added additional discounts with "RetailMeNot" coupons. Good selection of brands. 15 min car drive away”
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“Cute, pedestrian-only outdoor mall with a wide variety of unique shops, places to eat, and beautiful houses to view. Everything from gifts to Cape May apparel to housewares to ice cream to fancy boutiques to fudge shops to toy stores...”
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“This is a short distance but worth it if you like to meander through streets and see what markets used to be...lots of different vendors; all kinds of interesting foods, etc. ”
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“Arcade, Ice at the Pier (skating rink open weekends), and the famed kosher Coney Island Waffle Ice Cream ship with vegan and Cholov Yisroel options”
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“Cool little village with shopping & places to eat. Across the street has outlet shops.”
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“The Cherry Hill mall offers a great shopping and dining experience for solo travelers, couples, families and business travelers. There is also a movie theater in close proximity of the mall. They have great restaurants. I compare the restaurant experience to dining in Center City Philadelphia. ”
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“In the heart of Center City is the first skyscraper built that was taller than the top of William Penn's hat! Enjoy a bite at the food court on the second level, and shop at the stores located on the first and second floors.”
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“Reading Terminal Market is an enclosed public market located at 12th and Arch Streets in Center City Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It opened originally in 1893 under the elevated train shed of the Reading Railroad Company after the city of Philadelphia advocated to move public markets from the streets into indoor facilities for both safety and sanitary reasons. The Reading Railroad Company owned and operated the market space until 1976 when the company liquidated, leaving the market without its parent company and foot traffic from the train. Presently, it still occupies the ground floor and basement levels of the Reading Terminal's former train shed which is now part of the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Vendor stalls occupy the ground floor with entrances on Filbert Street to the South, Twelfth Street to the West, and Arch Street to the North. The stalls are arranged in a grid pattern with an open area in the center with tables and seating. Over one hundred merchants offer fresh produce, meats, fish, artisan cheese, groceries, ice cream, flowers, grilled cheese, baked goods, crafts, books, clothing, and specialty and ethnic foods.[1] Two of the vendors are descendants of original merchants from the initial opening in the late 1800s.[2] The basement floor of the market holds the state-of-the-art refrigerated storage area for vendor use. Currently, the market is open every day of the week, although the Pennsylvania Dutch merchants (a small but significant minority) generally do not operate Sunday through Tuesday.”
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“The produce market you all wish you lived this close to. A must visit if you are cooking here! ”
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“Super casual but super tasty fresh seafood spot. Fishing boats dock directly in the back.”
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“The best Lobster rolls around! Pure, overstuffed lobster meat on potato rolls! Other great seafood dishes too!”
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“An indoor market place, lots of places to eat, buy fresh ingredients for cooking. My personal favorite is Di Nic's their roast pork sandwich was voted best in the country, I prefer the pulled pork.”
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“Our local fish market where this company supplies most of the fish in Philly resturants. Always fresh and delicious.”
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“We love sea food so Mr. Shrimp has quickly become one of our favorite places to go. The menu is extensive and everything is excellent. The fish is fresh and prepared to perfection.”
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“Supermarket! Need food for your stay? Go here for your food needs and personal items!”
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