Reading Terminal Market

51 N 12th St PhiladelphiaPA19107
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Philadelphia 's Reading Terminal Market is an urban foodie's paradise, a whole city block of fresh meat and seafood, local produce and dairy, decadent pastries and desserts. Since 1892, the Reading (pronounced like "redding") Terminal Market, named after the train station that was once located here, has been home to dozens of retailers serving the public, as well as local chefs looking to pick...
by mapquest on May 10, 2017 from mapquest


Cool place to browse around and get breakfast or lunch! Lots of cool shops and great local produce, cheeses and meats.
by Citysearch on December 10, 2013 from Citysearch
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Fresh food needs a fresh floral counterpart. The Market has three locations for fresh-cut flowers: Market Blooms, Young Botanicals and Flower Basket.
by Citysearch on September 12, 2009 from Citysearch

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When the Reading Company opened its train shed in 1892, it was the only one in the country with a market tucked away in its cellar. The trains are long gone, but the food remains. And while disagreeing over the best cheesesteak is a popular pastime in Philly, pretty much everyone can agree on pancakes at the Dutch Eating Place, the roast pork sandwich at Dinic's, cupcakes at the Flying Monkey,...
by fodors on November 05, 2012 from fodors
Cool place to browse around and get breakfast or lunch! Lots of cool shops and great local produce, cheeses and meats.
by Leslie Sprague on June 22, 2012 from Citysearch
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Something for every taste at this indoor culinary wonderland. Indulge in dessert or savory meats and cheeses. The produce is a bargain.
by by nicolec763964483 at Citysearch on June 11, 2012 from Citysearch
This 75,000-square-foot collection of food, craft, and houseware stalls opened in 1892 as a covered market on the street level of the great Reading Terminal. Today, it's part of the Philadelphia Convention Center complex, where locals shop the butchers and fishmongers, office workers stand in line for lunch, and conventioneers stare at tomatoes as though they've never seen produce before....
by concierge on July 14, 2011 from concierge

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Mouth-watering aromas. Produce fresh from the field. Amish specialties. Fresh meats, seafood, and poultry. Unique, hand-made pottery, jewelry and crafts from around the world. The hustle and bustle of a multitude of diverse people. It's all here in Philadelphia's historic farmers market, Reading Terminal Market. An exhilarating selection of baked goods, meats, poultry, seafood, produce,...
by cityvoter on May 14, 2016 from cityvoter