King of Prussia, PA

King of Prussia continues to be suburban Philadelphia’s largest commercial center, complete with unrivaled amenities, an unparalleled dining scene, a vibrant culture, and one of the most iconic malls in America.

Things to Do:

King of Prussia Mall: Recently renovated and expanded to include over 450 retail and dining options, including a collection of luxury retailers, King of Prussia is the East Coast’s largest shopping center.

Conshohocken: A nearby borough on the Schuylkill River, Conshohocken offers a vibrant downtown area, with a diverse restaurant scene, various boutiques and shops, and one of the country’s oldest candy stores.  Be sure to check out Tradestone Café & Confections, Conshohocken Brewery, Blackfish BYOB, Bar Lucca, and Southern Cross Kitchen.

Elmwood Park Zoo: Featuring exotic and endangered species, the Elmwood Park Zoo is just minutes from King of Prussia, and offers much more than a typical wildlife sanctuary.  Guests will enjoy encounters with exotic and rare animals.

Philadelphia’s Reading Terminal Market: A 20-minute drive from King of Prussia, in the heart of Center City Philadelphia, is the historic Reading Terminal Market.  This downtown farmer’s market opened in 1892, and offers famous Philadelphia food items, including DiNic’s Roast Pork Sandwiches, Bassett’s Ice Cream, Flying Monkey Baked Goods, and Beiler’s Donuts. The market offers $4 parking in the Hilton Garden Inn Garage and the Parkway Garage with $10 purchase and validation.

Valley Forge National Park: Only minutes from King of Prussia, Valley Forge was the site of the 1777-1778 winter encampment of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War.  The park offers close to 30 miles of scenic trails and monuments, and can be explored by hiking, trolley, or car.

Valley Forge Casino: Featuring the Revolution Chop House, Howl at the Moon Dueling Piano Bar, an Italian Market Café, and live music at The Vault, this Casino Resort offers great nightlife and is just a short drive from the Crowne Plaza.


Bonefish Grill: An American casual dining seafood restaurant known for their Bang Bang Shrimp and decadent desserts. $$ 160 N. Gulph Road, 610-265-3415 for reservations.

Capital Grille: Nationally known for its dry-aged, hand-carved beef selections and extensive, award-winning wine list. $$$$ 236 Mall Blvd, 610-265-1415 for reservations.

Cantina Laredo: Offers modern Mexican Cuisine. $$ 690 W Dekalb Pike, in the Mall, 610-992-5701 for reservations.

City Works Eatery and Pour House: Offers an expansive menu of classic American items with a twist, and a long tap list of 90+ craft beers. $$ 220 Main Street, 484-690-4150 for reservations.

Fogo de Chao: Full-service Brazilian Steakhouse that utilizes the gaucho method of roasting meats over an open fire for an authentic experience. $$$ 155 Main Street, 484-965-9655 for reservations.

Grand Lux Cafe: Internationally-inspired cuisine in an elegant but relaxed setting. $$ 690 W Dekalb Pike, in the mall, 610-768-1620 for reservations.

Legal Sea Foods: Offers over 40 varieties of fresh fish and shellfish and an award-winning wine list. $$$ 680 W Dekalb Pike, 610-265-5566 for reservations.

Maggiano’s Little Italy: Blends the tradition of family, the celebration of friends, and the cuisine of authentic Italy. $$ 205 Mall Blvd, 610-992-3333 for reservations.

Morton’s Steakhouse: Crisp white linens, USDA prime-aged beef, an array of seafood dishes, fine wines, chilled cocktails, and decadent desserts. $$$$ 640 W Dekalb Pike, 610-491-1900 for reservations.

Paladar Kitchen and Rum Bar: A Latin American restaurant experience with over 75 international rum options. $$ 250 Main Street, 484-965-9779 for reservations.

Seasons 52: Known for its seasonally inspired menu and mini desserts, Seasons 52 also offers a great happy hour with $5 small plates. $$ 160 N Gulph Road, 610-992-1152 for reservations.

Wild Rice Pan Asian Restaurant: Casual, contemporary spot for sushi rolls & varied Asian dishes, plus a full bar. $$ 150 W Dekalb Pike, 610-337-3950 for reservations.