Whenever I am in the mood for a falafel, I like to come to Maoz. The falafel's are yummy, and there is a salad bar available to add all your own trimmings. I like to get the meal deal - it comes with fries and a drink.
I love this Indian restaurant. It is located right on South Street. The food is always delicious, and the space is really nice. It is family run, and the service is always great. The prices are very reasonable. Try it.
This place practices the old adage of dome one thing well, and do it a lot. They are located in the heart of South St. They sell pizza and sods, and that's it. While you can buy a whole pie, they predominantly sell by the slice. The line is always out the door. The price is cheap. The pizza is superb
It's hard to find a baby or kid gift that isn't clothes. This toy shop is a welcome alternative. Independent toy sellers are becoming less and less. There are tons of selections here, and the staff is very helpful. I've bought a lot of baby and kid's gifts here in a pinch.
This is a low end, kind of gross pizza shop on 19th and Pine. I have gotten pizza and cheese steaks there on a couple occasions, and am always disappointed. Mainly take out. There is a counter. I don't think the pizza or sauce is homemade.
This is a restaurant and bar, owned by the same people who own the other Marathons around the City. This branch is slightly more upscale. Take out is available. There are movie nights held at this location. The food is good, particularly brunch.
This is a little tucked away flower shop right off Rittenhouse Square, next to Metropolitan Bakery. It is a nice place to buy an orchid or a plant for a gift. they will wrap it up very nice. They also sell a small selection of cut flowers, but I usually stick to the potted items.
Worth taking a look. Good selection of used clothing. Some designer pieces. Mostly everything is contemporary. The show and purse selection is pretty good, and occasionally they have some really quality designer pieces.
Last Drop is a wonderful coffee shop, right in the middle of the antiques district. The atmosphere is great. There are walls of windows, so the people watching is good. The coffee is very good, as are the accompanying treats.
While the chocolate selection is abundant here, I also go for the million frozen yogurt offerings. They have a machines that grinds up the yogurts with endless combinations of ad ins. Delicious.