NBC’s Philly Live’s Aunyea Lachelle Showcases Many King of Prussia Dining, Shopping Options
Philly Live’s Aunyea Lachelle visited King of Prussia as part of the show’s “In the Name of Love” campaign to showcase the many dining, shopping, and entertainment options the town has to offer.
The goal of the campaign is “to spread some of that love to King of Prussia” not just to help local businesses bounce back but to “bounce forward,” said Lachelle.
One of the stops was Peppers by Amedeos, a restaurant that has been bringing the heart and soul of family in what feels like home-cooked meals to the Valley Forge Shopping Center for decades.
“We have a very loyal clientele,” said Mary Keenan of Peppers, “a lot of regular customers.”
The establishment offers takeout, has indoor and outdoor seating, and live music every week.
Meanwhile, Stillpoint Yoga & Float wellness center on Clark Avenue puts mindfulness above all else.
“We have restorative classes,” said owner Dianne Rustein, “we have Geno, we have beginner classes…”
Rustein took over the business eight years ago and has since expanded it with flotation therapy, among other offerings. The center also provides virtual yoga and outdoor yoga sessions on weekends.
Watch the entire segment at NBC Philadelphia by clicking here.
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