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What is King of Prussia
''For Kings of Prussia, see List of rulers of Prussia'' King of Prussia is an unincorporated community in Upper Merion Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States. As of the 2000 census, its population was 18,511. The community took its name in the 18th century from a local tavern named "The King of Prussia Inn", which was named for Frederick II, King of Prussia (...)
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"For the famous mall located in that community see King of Prussia Mall."
"King of Prussia is home to the King of Prussia Mall which is the largest east coast shopping mall, and second largest mall in the United States."
"The King of Prussia Mall is the largest shopping mall on the East Coast of the United States  the second largest shopping mall in the country, and the largest shopping mall in the country in terms of leasable retail space (though this title is sometimes disputed with that of South Coast Plaza of Orange County, California )."
"I-276 begins at Valley Forge ,exit 326 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike when I-276 meets I-76 near the King of Prussia Mall at a current construction project on the Pennsylvania Turnpike from exit 326 to exit 333."
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scherling200 from USA wrote about Philadelphia 4 years, 3 months ago
Philadelphia is full of fantastic restaurants. Whether you're in the mood for atmosphere, drinks, or some great tasting food from around the world, Philly's sure to have it. Here's a link to Philly's best all-around restaurant in my book, Caribou Cafe. Get the "Caribou Brioche Pudding" and your heart will melt.
t.dave from USA wrote about Philadelphia 4 years ago
South street is great during the day and offers some great east coast junk food! Lorenzos for pizza, Jims for your cheese steak, or if you are a vegetarian, be sure to check out Maoz for some of the best falafel sandwiches you will ever have!
Pats is my favorite cheese steak overall- but it is in a shady part of town. Safe, but far from pleasant. :)
The historic area is the part of the city (Old City) which will be most pleasant for tourist. Great food, drinks, and more history than you can see in a day. A little routy at night, but that can be a good thing if you like to have some fun with the night life.
catherineannc wrote about Conservatory Dining Room At The Inn At Barley Sheaf Farm 9 months ago
Gourmet Brunch Menu
Chef’s Signature Omelet
with Asparagus, Brie, Shiitake Mushrooms and
White Truffle oil
Classic Eggs Benedict
with Two Poached Eggs served over Canadian Bacon
on a Toasted English Muffin and topped with
Lemon Ricotta Pancakes
with Fresh Raspberries and Local Maple Syrup
Cinnamon Bun French Toast
with Crème Fraiche and Seasonal Berries
Illg’s Famous Bacon and Sausage
Fresh Seasonal Fruit
with Homemade Granola and Buckingham
Smoked Salmon Plate with Traditional Garnishes
Fresh Breakfast Pastries, Bagels and Breads
served with Butter and Homemade Jellies and Jams
Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice and Grapefruit Juice
Coffee & Tea
$29 per Person 18% service charge
and 6% sales tax
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