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  • 9.5

    Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts

    Concert Hall 400 S Broad St Philadelphia, PA

    People also say (66 tips):

    • Philly.com
      Philly.com: "Home to the largest mechanical-action pipe organ in the country, you can take a tour of the Fred J. Cooper Memorial Organ for free! On the first Saturday of every month at 1 p.m."
  • 9.3

    Tria

    Wine Bar 123 S 18th St Philadelphia, PA

    People also say (97 tips):

    • Leslie W.
      Leslie Wetzel: "Great Sunday deals. Good place to hang out alone and read or ponder. Delicious beer and wine but the food stands out the most in my mind. My favorite place in Philly to get away . Pesto bruschetta ftw"
  • 9.3

    Frankford Hall

    Beer Garden 1210 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA

    People also say (129 tips):

    • Dan J.
      Dan Jones: "Vegan burgers and sausage? I seriously wasn't expecting that. Really really great German food and an electric atmosphere. I hope to come again soon! Get a Jenga game at the front. Absurdity ensues."
  • 9.6

    Reading Terminal Market

    Market 51 N 12th St Philadelphia, PA

    People also say (621 tips):

    • visitPA
      visitPA: "Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia opened in 1892 and is a favorite among locals and visitors. Choose from ethnic restaurants, including the Food Network famed pork & roast beef at DiNic's."
  • 9.5

    The Sporting Club at the Bellevue

    Gym 224 S Broad St Philadelphia, PA

    People also say (24 tips):

    • Sarah L.
      Sarah Lindsay: "Love the Sporting Club. It's worth the monthly fee! So much cleaner than other Philly gyms. Plus, the staff is really nice and always willing to help with equipment you're not familiar with."
  • 9.4

    Café La Maude

    Café 816 N 4th St Philadelphia, PA

    People also say (67 tips):

    • Erik C.
      Erik Cintron: "Hidden gem. With amazing food. Small with not to much room def gonna wait for brunch. but the owner is cool he let u wait and sip some coffee. It's BYOB. Great service with French American themed."

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  • 9.4

    Rittenhouse Square

    Plaza on Walnut St Philadelphia, PA

    People also say (182 tips):

    • NBC Philadelphia
      NBC Philadelphia: "One of five original open-space parks planned by William Penn, this one is named after 18th-Century astronomer David Rittenhouse. It's now one of the most expensive areas to live in the city."
    • Daniel W.
      Daniel Wolf: "The best people watching in the city. This place always feels so welcoming and cozy, filled with all kinds of people. Bring a book, some food, or just yourself. You can always find a seat."
  • 9.4

    Union Transfer

    Concert Hall 1026 Spring Garden St Philadelphia, PA

    People also say (73 tips):

    • Spencer L.
      Spencer Lewis: "Looking for a place to eat/drink? Prohibition Taproom is about two blocks away - great food and beer selection. Leave about 25 minutes before the show to get a decent spot in the balcony."
    • Slightly P.
      Slightly Perfect: "Excellent venue. Feels intimate but is pretty large. Nice sound system. Craft beer selections are amazing, and they have servers who'll come to you!"
  • 9.4

    The Fillmore

    Concert Hall 29 E Allen St Philadelphia, PA

    People also say (16 tips):

    • Pilgrim
      Pilgrim: "I saw M83 here on 10/13 and they were great. Awesome venue, plenty of space, multiple bars with views of the stage and even a VIP section ($50pp). One of the best venues I've ever seen."
    • Jen S.
      Jen Sweeten: "Absolutely amazing venue! For being so new, they are way ahead of the curve as far as Philadelphia music venues. Can not WAIT to go to another show there!"

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