Amada, which means "loved one," offers guests a taste of authentic tapas and other traditional Spanish cuisine in a hip and stylish European-Bohemian atmosphere.

217-219 Chestnut Street Philadelphia PA 19106





Why not dine with a 10-foot Buddha while enjoying modern Asian cuisine? The inventive menu incorporates the ethnic flavors of Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai and Indian cuisines.

325 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19106




Cadence Cycling

O.K. If you are into cycling or triathlons....om..... you just found nirvana. Lift the bikes with your little finger. (Their weight is measured in GRAMS). Drool. It's O.K. Save your pennies and someday you might just buy a Kuota Carbon Sculpture bicycle. Paste this link into your browser just to get a taste. http://www.cadencecycling.com/products/triathlon/bicycles%5Fframesets/Kuota/K%2DFactor/ P.S. - They will also measure every part of your anatomy during a four hour bicycle fitting session. Here's how they put it: "Our coaches work intimately with the world's top ergonomists, physiologists, and riders to constantly refine and improve our fit methodology." This is extreme. This is heaven. You and your bike are one. This is the shop that provided equipment to Brian Duffy who won the Sprint Triathalon World Championships in Hamburg, Germany.

4323 Main Street, Philadelphia, PA 19127

(215) 508-4300

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Chestnut Hill

Philadelphia city meets the suburbs, where baby boomers stroll through cobbled avenues peering into antique boutiques and hipsters with ipods pop gum while browsing through Philadelphia's best retail chains.


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City Tavern

Dining in this restaurant will take you back to the 18th century, when revolution was brewing, ale was flowing & dining was an experience.

138 South 2nd St., Philadelphia, PA 19106




Continental Restaurant & Martini Bar

This restored stainless-steel 60's diner features an imaginative interior, extensive list of signature cocktails and a sizzling menu of global tapas.

138 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19106




Eastern State Penitentiary

There are 2 ways to see America's most historic prison, by day or by night...Terror Behind the Walls Haunted House.....

22nd Street and Fairmount Avenue 2124 Fairmount Avenue

(215) 236-5111



Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts

Visit a world-class performing arts center that engages and serves a broad audience from throughout the Greater Philadelphia region.

260 S. Broad St. on the Avenue of the Arts Philadelphia, PA 19102




King of Prussia Mall

O.K. - This mall is HHHHHHHHHHUGE. Even the King of Prussia would be impressed. All the fancy stores are here. Before you go, visit our myspace page and watch the "shoes" video. If you REALLY need Tiffany's for that someone special, here you go. Take the plunge. You only live once :)

160 N. Gulph Rd., King of Prussia, PA 19406


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Longwood Gardens

Celebrate the harvest season with giant pumpkins, unusual gourds, a delightful garden railway, tractor display and tasty autumnal treats.

1001 Longwood Rd., Kennett Square, PA 19348

(610) 388-1000



New Harmony Vegetarian Restaurant

New Harmony is a Buddhist Vegan restaurant specializing in Chinese food. The rabbinical assembly, Philadelphia branch, certifies this Kosher Vegan Restaurant. They offer filtered water & air and all of their dishes are vegan. Specialties include General Tao's Chicken, Hunan Lamb, Fish Fillet with Black Bean Sauce, and Sesame Chicken.

135 N 9th St, Philadelphia, PA 19107

- https://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Harmony-Vegetarian-Restaurant/192359379755
(215) 627-4520



Old City

This shopper-friendly Philadelphia district boasts a slew of art galleries, busy bars and colonial historic sites, and just enough room for the best and hippest boutiques.

5th & Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia PA


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Penns Landing

Providing a quality program of year-round events, festivals and activities at Penn's Landing for the enjoyment of the citizens of the Greater Philadelphia region and visitors to the region.

301 S. Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia, PA 19106

(215) 928-8801



Philadelphia Museum of Art

Overlooking one of the nation's most culturally vibrant cities, the Philadelphia Museum of Art welcomes nearly a million visitors each year, encouraging them to embark upon a walk through time that extends across two millennia and six continents.

Benjamin Franklin Parkway, at 26th Street

(215) 763-8100



The Barnes Foundation

Located in a twelve-acre arboretum, the Foundation is home to one of the world's largest collections of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist and early Modern paintings.

300 N Latch's Lane Merion, PA 19066




The Franklin Institute

12 core exhibit galleries showcasing The Giant Heart, The Train Factory, Amazing Machine and more as well as limited engagement exhibits.

222 N 20th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103

(215) 448-1200



Tony Lukes

Can't do Philly without a genny Philly Cheesesteak! Tony Luke's is among the best. Cool t-shirts, too. Get 'em to go and check out the S.S. United States down at the municipal piers. Incredible old ship that still holds Atlantic crossing records!

39 E Oregon Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 551-5725



Vox Populi

Presents visitors with cutting-edge contemporary art of emerging artisits.

319 North 11th Street, 3rd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107




Weekend in Jim Thorpe

ONLY 2 HOURS from York --- Jim Thorpe is known as "The Little Switzerland". This little hideaway is just being discovered by people from New York City and Philadelphia. Known for some of the best mountain biking in the NATION, Jim Thorpe also has really cool galleries, bars, restaurants, and history. Click the link to find out more. Don't miss this hidden treasure.