Frag Out is a clothing store owned by veterans, for veterans. The store, by a Drexel graduate, offers custom apparel that represents the comradery built while serving and creates a space to foster that feeling. As they grow, their goal is to hire veterans, and ease the transition from military service to civilian life by creating their top-quality clothing and accessories.
Drawing on her military background and training, Erica Webster opened Dub Fitness to help other women realize how strong they are, both physically and mentally. Dub Fitness offers a wide range of fitness classes (group sessions, individual coaching, and even women-only classes) to assist people on their journeys to become the best versions of themselves. Whether you are a world-class athlete or you are trying out the gym for the first time, Dub Fitness is here to help guide you towards reaching your goals, and unlocking your potential!
What started out as a ghost kitchen during the pandemic turned into a full-time restaurant as a result of its popularity and success. Drexel graduate Daniel Lee took inspiration from his time in Rome when crafting the menu for his restaurant. Today, he is serving up authentic pasta dishes for all of Philadelphia to enjoy.
Started in 2018 by Dorothea Gamble & Dagmar Mitchell, Trunc is a lifestyle boutique that offers socially responsible, handmade, and environmentally conscious products. The shop proudly offers 90% of products made by women of diverse backgrounds, as well as 90-95% sustainable and handmade items. Founded on these principles, the shop offers a wide variety of products including jewelry, apothecary, skincare, homegoods, and much more. Be sure to check out this Northern Liberties gem to pick up the perfect gift for yourself, or for a friend! **Bonus, discounts for New Customers & US Veterans as a thank you for your service.