Always an amazing selection of loose leaf teas and steaping accessories and the owner has always been very helpful and extremely knowledgeable! If you want a quality tea experience in Philly without the chain store shenanigans, definitely check this place out.
The store is open, bright and offers a lot of seating. Nice spot for a drink and relax! You can also buy coffee and coffee making supplies, from French presses to roasters.
Food & Friends is simply the best if you're looking for craft beer or hard-to-find chocolate. Their selection is great, their staff is friendly, and it's always well-stocked. As you might expect, their prices are a bit steep, but that's to be expected. The shop also doubles as a small grocery store, stocking many gourmet items, which certainly makes it very convenient for those living nearby.
The fruits and vegetables are always fresh and of excellent quality and they carry a fair amount of grains, jellys, jams, and salad dressings. You can also buy an assortment of dried goods (quinoa, rice, couscous, broths, dried fruits, nuts, peanut butter, salad dressings, etc) and fridge staples (milk, eggs, fresh cheeses, yogurt, cured meats, hummus etc.
Kitchenette is a fun little store with much a more interesting selection than the kind of kitchen storeyou'll find in a typical mall. It has a surprisingly good stock of diverse kitchen items for occupying a relatively small space downtown.
This is a great centrally located store with almost anything you could need for your kitchen, baking or cooking projects. Good place to browse to see what's out there on the higher end of appliances and gadgets.
Beautiful store, great staff, great location. This has to be one of the best places for picking up great items for the kitchen. What they sell is a bit overpriced, but they do home cooking ware right.