I don't know about this place. The food is good, but they justify the high prices by giving obscene sized portions that no one in their right mind would be interested in eating. Everything is delicious, it is just too much.
This is one of my favorite books stores in Philadelphia. It is beautifully stocked, and is a great reader's books store. A nice place to browse and to buy. It is especially nice because there are no book stores anywhere near that area of town.
I attended the Hershey Hotel as part of a work function, and was really pleasantly surprised. Complete with a golf course and spa treatments, we really enjoyed outselves. They treated us well, and who doesn't love a chocolate fountain. The room was small, but nicely decorated. Steps from the Hershey Chocolate Factory.
This place is famous. A small bar and restaurant, nestled in amongst the high rises in mid-town, it is a great place to meet friends for a low key drink. They are famous for their burgers. Opportunities for celebrity sightings are abound.
I love this place. If you have an aversion to outlet shopping, give Woodbury Common a try because it is like no other. There are primarily high end shops, and you can really get some deals. Kate Spade and much much more.
This is a neat restaurant in unique surroundings. As part of the world famous glass blowing factory, you can visit the store and see some glass blowing afterwards. The food is delicious, with lots of windows.
This shop has beautiful, sleek, modern glass and pottery. The designs are minimalist. There are colorful glass items and white pottery pieces with colored accents. A nice place to buy a gift, or an accent piece for your home.
This place is so unbelievable, it is hard to describe. There are something like seven floors, each with a different theme of home goods. The sheer magnitude of the size of the place is mindboggling. There is something for everyone. There are antiques and new things. There is a cafe. The prices are pretty expensive. It is worth it just to look around.
Just down the street from the Purl knitting store, Purl Patchwork is a sewer's dream. The selection of material choices and colors is mind boggling. It is neat to see crafts coming back, and to see a traditional store, like a sewing/material shop in the middle of Soho. Get your creative on.
I first heard of Purl through one of the magazines I subscribe to. Then I visited while in SoHo. A knitters dream. A whole store of all the knitting supplies you could imagine in all the colors of the rainbow.