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Suburban Square features familiar spots like J.Crew, Sephora, Apple and Starbucks tucked between thriving boutique shops, including Dandelion, known for affordable silver and gemstones; El Quetzal, featuring American crafts and gifts; Govberg Jewelers, for classic timepieces by Rolex, Breitling and Patek Philippe, as well as fine jewelry and gifts; and Delsette, where fashionistas can find top brands like Kule and Maison Michel.
Anderson Ave & Coulter Ave
At King of Prussia, you'll find offerings for every taste and budget, from luxury to your favorite national and international brand retailers. A delectable selection of international dining options are available at three unique food courts and in casual and sit down restaurants including Seasons 52, Maggiano's Little Italy, Sullivan's Steakhouse, Cantina Laredo, Legal Sea Foods, and more.
160 N Gulph Rd
Discover a historic village with charming colonial-style buildings, award winning gardens, and distinctive shopping, dining, and lodging. For more than 50 years, visitors have followed the winding brick pathways to experience exceptional dining, explore the best of Bucks County shopping, enjoy family fun at Giggleberry Fair, escape from the everyday to a getaway at the Golden Plough Inn and celebrate favorite traditions at seasonal festivals and annual events.
Route 202 & 263
Representing more than 200 businesses, Rittenhouse Row serves as the voice of the Rittenhouse Square commercial district. Our geography extends from City Hall to the Parkway from the Symphony House up to the river. Our members include stores, restaurants, galleries, hotels and spa-salons as well as property owners, banks, real estate firms and media outlets. We work with each member to help them market their business. Members have the opportunity to attend free monthly networking events.
1831 Chestnut St.
Since the early 19th Century, the area was considered a vital area of Philadelphia. In the heart of the district, Ben Franklin conducted his innovative experiment, flying his kite at 12th & Chestnut and changing the course of American History. The very first free Public Library was here, and at one time the US Mint sat center stage in Midtown Village. John Wanamaker, the pioneering “King of Merchants”, revolutionized retailing when he built his massive department store at 13th & Chestnut.
13th Street & Sansom St