There's a oldies song that asks “Where do all the hippest meet? (South Street, South Street).” That's ... More
There's a oldies song that asks “Where do all the hippest meet? (South Street, South Street).” That's still pretty true, except now instead of hippest, it's hipsters, as well as scenesters, college kids and young hippy-esque families. The non-chain stores, vintage clothing shops and unique art galleries bring in the younger generations in droves, giving them a break from the standard Gap and Abercrombie. Check out the Theater of the Living Arts for a nighttime concert or grab a drink at Paddy Whacks, but make sure to visit in daylight too, for a taste of famous Lorenzo's pizza and some unique shopping!
I loved the feel of south street. It had a good cozy feeling too it. I loved the mural on the wall and just the stores in general. A good place to go shopping. It seemed like a nice, clean area to hang out. Much better than the chinatown area.
The tin roof looms over a fusion of Irish and American flags and knick knacks. Simple but sturdy bar stools
and chairs keep patrons who have had one too many Guinness's from hitting the floor. The crowd, generally on ...
The Atwater Kent Museum is committed to preserving the history of Philadelphia. Objects of every nature are displayed to convey
the noteworthy history of Philadelphia since it's founding about 300 years ago, including some exhibits from the 1876 Centennial. ...
Doubletree By Hilton Hotel Philadelphia is across the street from Merriam Theater, one mile from the Liberty Bell, and approximately
seven miles from Philadelphia International Airport. This location is also across the street from the Kimmel Center for the ...