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East Passyunk

Located just a few minutes from Center City Philadelphia, East Passyunk Avenue is home to over 150 independently owned businesses, ranging from unique boutiques offering hand-made wares and fashion to fine dining in a relaxed atmosphere and the world-famous “Cheesesteak Corner.” Come hungry!

How to get there

Leave the driving to SEPTA. Take the Route 4 or Route 45 from Center City (North/South) or Route 29 (East/West), which all cross East Passyunk Avenue and run every 5-15 minutes depending on the route. Route 2, Route 37, Route 47 and Route 47M also stop within a few blocks of East Passyunk Avenue. 

East Passyunk Avenue is just 1-5 blocks from 3 subway stations on the Broad Street (Orange) Line. Use the Ellsworth-Federal stop for Pat's & Geno's and businesses located at the northern end of the district (5 block walk), the Tasker-Morris stop for the middle of the Avenue including the Singing Fountain (2-3 block walk), or the Snyder Avenue stop for businesses at the southern end of the district (1-2 block walk). The Broad Street Line conveniently connects to Regional Rail Lines, the Market-Frankford (Blue) Line, Subway-Surface (Green) Trolley Lines and PATCO.

Fare

There are many ways to get here on SEPTA, there are also many ways to pay. Click here to learn which fare is best for you.

Things To Do

What isn't there to do in East Passyunk? This neighborhood that skirts just outside of Center City Philadelphia boasts over 150 independently owned businesses, offering everything from hand-made fashion, accessories, vintage and consignment shops, to furniture finds, and some of the best food the city has to offer. Food & Wine Magazine named it one of their, “Top 10 Foodie Streets in America,” and how could it not be, with its infamous “Cheesesteak Corner?” Try out Pat’s, try out Geno’s, try out all of the tastes East Passyunk has to offer.

Upcoming Local Happenings
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Streets Dept 10 Year Photo Show

The Bok

Streets Dept, a photography blog run by local photographer Conrad Benner, celebrates its 10th anniversary of photographing and feting Philly’s public art scene with 10 Year Photo Show, a special exhibition of pictures from the blog’s decade-long history. Masks and social distancing are required — and entry will be limited. Admission is free. Runs Thursdays-Sundays through April 25. Leave the driving to SEPTA. Short walk from Tasker-Morris Station on the Broad Street Line or hop Bus Routes 45, 47, 47M, 79.  

20210311 00:00 20210426 00:00 America/New_York Streets Dept 10 Year Photo Show <p>Streets Dept, a photography blog run by local photographer Conrad Benner, celebrates its 10th anniversary of photographing and feting Philly&rsquo;s public art scene with <em>10 Year Photo Show</em>, a special exhibition of pictures from the blog&rsquo;s decade-long history. Masks and social distancing are required &mdash; and entry will be limited. Admission is free. Runs Thursdays-Sundays through April 25.&nbsp;Leave the driving to SEPTA. Short walk from Tasker-Morris Station on the Broad Street Line or hop Bus Routes 45, 47, 47M, 79. &nbsp;</p> 800 Mifflin Street, Philadelphia, PA, USA Plan Your Trip