Philadelphia Tips

2015 Food, Travel

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you planning to visit Philadelphia? Here are a couple recommendations of places to eat to satisfy your Foodie Friday hunger!

  1. Philly Cheesesteak at Jim’s Steaks

The beauty of Jim’s Steaks philly cheesesteak is that it’s simple – hoagie bun, provolone cheese, fried steak, and fried onions. Bring a friend with you to share the other half of this large sandwich or come hungry!

  1. Soup Dumplings at Dim Sum Garden

It must be magic! How can you rollup soup inside a dumpling? Who ever harnessed this magical power was incredibly smart. Ignore everything else on the menu and just order double portions of the soup dumpling at Dim Sum Garden!

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If you’re also thinking of doing a weekend trip to Philadelphia like me, I’d recommend visiting the Magic Gardens. It’s a historic part of their downtown that a local artist spent 14 years mosaic-ing an entire garden and house. The art trend picked up support and buildings throughout this part of town have mosaic murals on the side of buildings. I’d recommend not visiting in the winter because their mosaic garden won’t be open, but here is a peak inside the house and through the gates.


And of course visit the Liberty Bell:

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