Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, superior cheese steak sandwiches - there are so many great things the city has to offer.
Prepare to add the following to your list:
From what I can gather, you'd be hard pressed to find a Philidelphian who lived through the 80s that doesn't know about Krass Brother Suits. I even know a man who bought a suit there. He said it was hideous and I believe him.
Who is this old guy? Why are there so many of these commercials?
After watching a few it gets increasingly difficult to understand what anybody's saying. The one I posted above is sort of out of the norm, but the formula usually goes as follows: old man sharply gesticulates while shouting nonesense, followed by a chanted response from his choir of grotesque bimbos.
This is marketing at its finest, these commercials appeal to our most basic abilities to reason: "I happen to need a suit, and I also happen to love wirey old men with harems. Looks like Krass Brothers Suits is the place for me!"