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Farmers' Market$$
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51 N 12th St Philadelphia, PA 19107
51 North 12th StreetUSPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia19107
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Farmers' Market
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Today 8AM–6PM
Friday 8AM–6PMSaturday 8AM–6PMSunday 9AM–5PMMonday 8AM–6PMTuesday 8AM–6PMWednesday 8AM–6PMThursday 8AM–6PM
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Famous indoor farmer's market offering diverse fare, housewares & area specialties since 1892.- Google
"Buy fresh fruits and vegetables, chicken, cheese or candy."
"But Nannee's kitchen has amazing Indian food at a decent price, go check it out!"
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Karin Alfaro
3 weeks ago
This place is awesome if you love street markets. It's full of small restaurants of different ethnic flavors. Buy fresh fruits and vegetables, chicken, cheese or candy. There's also stands of fresh honey, candles, or other non-food items. I bought a beeswax lip balm that is awesome. It's so smooth and it healed my chapped lips overnight. Love this place!
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Monica Black
2 months ago
If you are visiting, you have to go. It is part of the experience. I would have given it 5 stars if I were just considering the idea of being unique, showcasing the melting pot that is America. That is definitely what is great about this place. Overall, though, I will give it three stars. We went on a Friday afternoon, and it was literally too crowded to move. It reminded me those cattle call scenes from movies. It was impossible to see even a tenth of the market, unless you were willing to spend a couple of hours pushing, shoving, and being pushed and shoved since people were literally shoulder to shoulder. We did eat, not exactly what we wanted since the lines at many booths were extremely long. What we chose to eat was decent and reasonably priced. Decent is probably what you get if you choose a booth with a shorter line. I went in with the idea of browsing, but it was impossible. There was too much more to see so we had to cut it short.
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Adam Merrill
2 weeks ago
Crowded. Crowded. Did I mention crowded, but I keep coming back anyway. I guess it's the mass of interesting people, the variety of shops, and the delicious food. It's like a mall food court, only done right. There's a place, Beiler's, that sells donuts and salads. Awesome, right?! There are two nearby parking garage's that let you park for $4 for 2 hours with a $10 validation. Also consider buying a variety of meats and cheese in small quantities and splitting it with the whole family.
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Ben Woodworth
2 weeks ago
This place is fantastic. So many options for good food. I grew up just outside of the city and this is one of my favorite places to take people who've never been to Philly before.
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Ursula Styles
a month ago
My gosh, I LOVE this place. As a native New Yorker I miss the diversity of the city. But coming here feels like 'home' with all of its multicultural cuisine and atmosphere. You literally feel like you've traveled the world when you walk through. If you're a foodie, this is HEAVEN. But be warned, you will want to eat EVERYTHING in sight. It can be overwhelming deciding what you want, so it's a good idea to know what you're in the mood for. Or hell, eff it - go often and try everything.
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Harry schwartz
a week ago
Great place to shop and eat. Sketchy neighborhood so go in the daytime. A huge assortment of vendors. Many ethnicities. Have never had a bad bite! Terrific place to shop for cooks and chefs from fish to ethnic ingredients.
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Chris Edwards
3 weeks ago
This is a must if you goto Philadelphia. So many places to grab a bite to eat & some sweets! Remember, it is only open from the morning till 6pm so if you plan to eat here for dinner, make sure you arrive before close. There is some seating inside to enjoy a meal while there or you can take it to go. If you are attending an event at the convention center, it is right across the street and much better then any food served at conventions.
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Raaja Sundar
2 weeks ago
A must-see for all food lovers. Has about 50 different food stalls with all cuisines that you can think off. Asian, Italian, Mediterranean, American, to name a few. Gator dishes are a real hit. The only negative is that people get petty and argue a lot for the seating area.