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Wanamaker Organ
1300 Market St
Posted 29 Apr 2018
They play the pipe organ at noon every day for 20 minutes. It was the largest pipe organ in the US w...
Jim's Steaks South St.
400 South St
Posted 29 Apr 2018
Every Philadelphian has *their* most favorite steak joint. Lots of choices. Some are vastly over-rat...
Sarcone's Bakery
758 S 9th St
Posted 29 Mar 2017
Bar none, this place has kept all the tastes and smells of the classic old time Italian bakeries! It...
Italian Market
9th Street and Washington Avenue
Posted 29 Mar 2017
Philly local here, People saw Rocky or heard from their 90-year old aunt how great the Italian Mark...
City Tavern
138 S 2nd St
Posted 29 Mar 2017
My family has, off and on, gone to City Tavern during holiday seasons for years. Thanksgiving here i...
Talula's Garden
210 W Washington Sq
Posted 25 Jul 2016
Talula's Garden is one of the most hard to get reservations in Center City. It's pricey, but, if pos...
Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum
6825 Norwitch Dr # 31
Posted 3 Jun 2015
I'm not --at least any more-- a big car guy, but this place is worth the time even if you are only s...
Masonic Temple
1 N Broad St
Posted 3 Jun 2015
This was built when Pennsylvania coal and railroad money ruled the world. Mix in the weird masonic o...
Liberty Bell Center
6th Street
Posted 6 Jan 2015
Look, I know this will trip some people's switch, but I live in Philadelphia and when people visit t...
National Constitution Center
525 Arch St
Posted 25 Nov 2013
I wasn't sure what to expect the first time I visited the Constitution Center, but its a Smithsonian...
Citizens Bank Park
Philadelphia Phillies
Posted 25 Nov 2013
Citizens Bank Park was designed around the great throw-back ball field in Baltimore, except much bet...
Independence Hall
Chestnut Street between 5th and 6th Streets
Posted 25 Nov 2013
I'm a 'history buff' and so have visited many historically significant places in the United States. ...