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I googled it

I will check it out!!!

Checking out Diners Drive in and Dives, other food shows as well
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NM...

I googled it

I will check it out!!!

Checking out Diners Drive in and Dives, other food shows as well
The below two links are for Buckmans in Ardmor and The Ski Bum in Glen Mills. Both are about half an hour away. I've never been to the ski bum so i cannot vouch for them. Both should still be having preseason sales.

Buckmans at Ardmore
The Ski Bum

As for food, if your a foodie, go to Amada in olde city. Spanish Tapas. Expensive, about 50-60 for a 3-4 tapas and a few drinks meal but definitely my favorite place in town (you can make a reservation or do a walk in and get the tables by the bar (my favorite) because its a 2+ month wait for a table on a saturday night). If you're going to get the good ole philly cheese steak, skip the souvenier shops like pats and genos and go straight to Jims steaks on 4th and south.

This should help you out.
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The below two links are for Buckmans in Ardmor and The Ski Bum in Glen Mills. Both are about half an hour away. I've never been to the ski bum so i cannot vouch for them. Both should still be having preseason sales.

Buckmans at Ardmore
The Ski Bum

As for food, if your a foodie, go to Amada in olde city. Spanish Tapas. Expensive, about 50-60 for a 3-4 tapas and a few drinks meal but definitely my favorite place in town (you can make a reservation or do a walk in and get the tables by the bar (my favorite) because its a 2+ month wait for a table on a saturday night). If you're going to get the good ole philly cheese steak, skip the souvenier shops like pats and genos and go straight to Jims steaks on 4th and south.

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to check them both out

Probably going to hit up the premium outlet and king of prussia as well...
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Thank you!

to check them both out

Probably going to hit up the premium outlet and king of prussia as well...
if you need any more info just pm me. I've been living in philadelphia suburbs my whole life and the past 4 years in center city philly.
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to check them both out

Probably going to hit up the premium outlet and king of prussia as well...
I've only been to the Doylestown location but from what I've been told, the KOP and Montgomeryville Buckmans have the best selection of all the stores. Bonus if you're already planning on King of Prussia
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The King of Prussia buckman's is on point. Try to find a young kid who works there though, not some salty old ski bum who has been there for years and only knows about skis.
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Well...Guess it was my fault for not checking...but Buckmans are closed on Sunday...

Spent too much time at the outlet and king of Prussia on Saturday

Oh well another time...

Managed to eat Jim's, Pats and Geno all in 1 day...I think I had enough cheese-steak for awhile
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