Check out the freshest new businesses to debut in Philadelphia

Prince Tea House | Photo: Bo Hân L./Yelp

Looking to discover the newest restaurant and retail additions to Philadelphia? From a tea house to a Mexican restaurant, read on to see the newest spots to land around town.

Prince Tea House

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Stroll past 203 N. Ninth St. in Old City and you'll find Prince Tea House, a new tea room, offering desserts and more. So far, it's been well-received: it's got a five-star rating out of 24 reviews on Yelp.

The menu is extensive and features a wide variety of loose leaf teas, Taiwanese-style milk teas, smoothies and more. Look for varieties like house genmaicha (roasted brown rice) milk tea, citrus fruit jasmine and matcha green tea smoothie. 

If you're going the dessert route, expect to see offerings such as a strawberry shortcake parfait, a New York-style cheesecake and durian crepes. 


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New to 1830 Ludlow St. in Rittenhouse is Condesa, a cocktail bar and Mexican spot.

On the menu, you'll find lamb tacos, mushroom quesadillas, shrimp tostadas, ceviche, margaritas and more. 

Paris Baguette

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On the hunt for a new bakery and patisserie/cake shop, offering coffee, tea and more? Paris Baguette has opened its latest outpost, located in Dickinson Narrows at 600 Washington Ave. Paris Baguette has locations in California, New York, Massachusetts and Nevada.

Along with sweat treats like pastries, specialty cakes and desserts, the menu also offers sandwiches, salads and refreshments. Look for French macarons or its strawberry croissant. 

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