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Reading Terminal Market
Today 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
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51 N 12th St Philadelphia, PA 19107
51 N 12th StUSPAPhiladelphia19107
Market, Historical Landmark
Historical Landmark
Farmers' Market
Today 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmSunday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Open since 1893, the Market is one of the oldest & largest public markets in America, offering fresh produce, meats, cheeses, seafood, flowers, baked goods,sweets, gifts, & a variety of dining options
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Famous indoor farmers market offering diverse fare, housewares & area specialties since 1892.- Google
People talk about amish, cheesesteaks, roast pork, pennsylvania dutch and bassetts ice cream
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Maya Phillips
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The Reading Terminal Market, the nation’s oldest operating farmers’ market, is a fantastic and tasty attraction that every Philadelphian just has to visit. It has been in operation for hundreds of years and still holds true to its mission of providing a incredibly diverse supply of food to those who are willing to walk through their doors. They offer many, many different kinds of food ranging from southern soul food and fresh-cut meat sandwiches, to fresh french crepes and and a near endless supply of pastries. The Market is predominantly home to Amish merchants from Lancaster County who travel far to sell their goods. It is a wonderful option when you have a few hours to spend in the city after your classes. You’ll most definitely leave with your stomach full!
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Keith Smolkowski
reviewed a week ago
The Reading Terminal Market has a great mix: dinners, delis, bakeries, bars, candy shops, cheese shops, coffee shops. Dinic's has America's best sandwich. Money Malloy's served an awesome fresh mushroom omelet. It's the perfect breakfast or lunch stop.
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Pawel Uchman
reviewed 5 months ago
Reading Terminal (pronounced "Red-ing") is the most fascinating Market in Philadelphia. The sights, sounds, and vendors are really one of a kind and simply walking through the halls of this market is an experience in and of itself. The most disappointing thing about visiting Reading Terminal is that there's no way to try everything it has to offer - dozens of vendors with thousands of options make sampling small things from a few different vendors from different categories of food your best bet!
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George Rincon
reviewed 3 weeks ago
This market is unbelievable with the incredible amounts of foods, spices, goods and people. There is a diverse cultural selection to meet the needs of everyone in the city I would say. I try to experience it a little at a time but its hard not to indulge. Eat your heart out and enjoy the cultural delights.
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Lance Rubin
reviewed 7 months ago
This place is a beautiful indoor marketplace with delis, restaurants, butchers, bakeries... You could really go in here and have a free-for-all for hours. Everything is delicious and beautiful here, and my wife and I drive a long distance from Jersey to get here, but it's totally worth it. We love the breakfast at the Dutch Eating Place, but everything we have ever tried here is first class. You could walk around in here for hours and enjoy all the food.
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Dorie Lo
reviewed 3 months ago
This place is unique in its own ways. it even is a historical presence to the town, so vendors have rented out space and a food court section is made available. The Reading Terminal Market is more or less the one stop stop-and-shop place for locals and for tourists. I came to Philly twice, 5 months apart from the first time, and the second time I returned to RTM knowing that they had a good variety of food.


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