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51 N 12th St Philadelphia, PA 19107
51 North 12th StreetUSPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia19107
$$Farmers' Market, RestaurantToday 8AM–6PM
Wednesday 8AM–6PMThursday 8AM–6PMFriday 8AM–6PMSaturday 8AM–6PMSunday 9AM–5PMMonday 8AM–6PMTuesday 8AM–6PM
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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 farmer's market offering diverse fare, housewares & area specialties since 1892.- Google
"Incredible selection of prepared foods and fresh fruits and vegetables."
"Dinic's has an awesome beef brisket sandwich, which is worth the wait in line."
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Steven Oates
3 weeks ago
This is a great place to grab a quick breakfast or lunch. So much variety! I visited twice around 8-10 am and the dutch breakfast place with apple dumplings seemed super popular. Fresh donuts, a million types of cheese steaks, gyros, Amish goods, honey products, candies -- the list goes on. The market is like 95% food though. Was hoping that there would be a few more non food local products.
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Gerald Holt
2 months ago
Great place to find a place to eat or buy fresh food and treats. The variety is fantastic it it has a great feel of a place that has been around a long time. It is very busy with people and sometimes hard to find a seat to enjoy your food. Great opportunity to meet new friends.
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Michael Kazin
2 months ago
Great assortment of food which looks great, but it's way too busy and overcrowded for me. No room to sit and the lines are terribly long. They hand out maps(!) at the entrance- maybe I should have grabbed one. We left and found lunch somewhere else. Wish I'd checked these reviews because they reflect the place perfectly- tons of people saying nothing more useful than "love it"; those few who mention specifics either talk about desserts or don't tell you the store names they're recommending (including Zagat!). Good luck not losing your kids in there.
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Brian Smith
2 months ago
I really enjoyed exploring the Reading Terminal Market. My only bad experience here is that I didn't have enough time on my trip or a big enough stomach to try all the variety of food that was available here. Even though this is a busy place, the people (customers and workers) here were still nice to each other. That I think says a great deal about any place.
Frank Gioffre
a week ago
Nice selection and variety of food vendors. Limited hours. The biggest issue here is the very limited seating and the heavy crowds, especially during conventions. There are so many tourists walking around aimlessly and just standing in the middle of narrow aisles that it makes it a real hassle to just get in and pick up anything in a hurry. I have no problem with Amish vendors closing on Monday and Tuesday due to their beliefs but I find it a bit disingenuous when they do open on those days because of a very large convention, like the auto show or flower show. Either you have beliefs or you don't!!
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Andrew Satz
a month ago
The best: donuts, pork sandwich, & produce. Also had meats like fresh seafood and bacon. I wish I went more often. The only thing on the same level is Pike Place in Seattle.
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Shawn Presley
2 months ago
I went to Philadelphia in November 2014 for 5 days. I knew I was going to visit the market once on my trip. I went the morning of my first full day. I ended up visiting every day! During one of my visits, I had the best lunch ever of a Valley Shepherd Creamery grilled cheese with an Old City coffee, black. OH MY GOD it was fantastic. A few months ago, a coworker went to Philly and unbeknownst to me, she brought me back a grilled cheese! Even though it was packed on ice and a day old, it still was fantastic. Today, I reserved my trip for Philly next November. Here I come Valley Shepherd, Old City Coffee, Molly Malloy's, and all the other wonderful vendors!
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Mark Correa
2 months ago
Don't miss this bustling market that offers parts of the best of Philadelphia under one roof. Great sandwiches (DiNic's Roast Pork won a competition as best sandwich in America). Great doughnuts (Beiler's is amazing). Great cookies (Famous 4th Street cookies are tremendous - and they're available for just $1 each as the day comes to an end). More great sandwiches, pizza, cheesesteaks, chocolates ... Peking duck, soul food, crepes ... working fish shops, butchers, fresh produce ... it just keeps going and going. It's going to be busy and crowded, and you're going to have to wait and have trouble finding a seat ... but it has everything and it's worth it.
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