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51 N 12th St Philadelphia, PA 19107
51 North 12th StreetUSPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia19107
$$Farmers' Market, RestaurantToday 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
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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
"They're famous for their roast pork sandwich with broccoli rabé."
"Cheese shop in the back has awesome grilled cheese sandwiches."
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Thomas Burke
4 months ago
One of the best places to go for lunch in the city. There are so many options with something for everyone to enjoy. Generally the staff is very nice. It does get very crowded and sometimes it can be difficult to find seating. Of the places I've eaten at, the food has been great. Definitely worth a visit whether you're looking for lunch or some sweets.
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Kate Bigam
a month ago
This is pretty much the best place in the world, & I don't know what else I can say about it that 2,000 other reviewers haven't already said. It's magical, bustling, full of every kind of food you could possible imagine, from ready-to-eat to grocery. What do you want for lunch? Reading Terminal Market has it. Highlights, for me, are the large Pennsylvania dutch offerings, Meltkraft Grilled Cheese, the old-fashioned candy shop (homemade fudge!), & the pierogi place that I can never remember the name of - but seriously, probably anything you get here is going to be delicious.Other bonuses: Reading Terminal Market is committed to supporting purveyors of local & regional produce, & though it's easily accessible by public transportation, parking is only $4. Planning to eat in? You may have trouble finding seating, as there's certainly not enough of it within the market. On nice days, find seating outdoors & people watch as you consume whatever delicacy you've just acquired inside.
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Christian Fizia
5 months ago
I really love this place, While visiting Philadelphia our hotel is right around the corner. We have breakfast their and then go to the Linc and watch our beloved Eagles. And the Eagles are undefeated when I´m their! Reading market has a hole lot to offer. From daily groceries to eating you will find everything. I would imagine that they have some kind of precept how they grew their plants and animals (meat). So if you are nearby, give it a try!
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Jake Steinerman
6 months ago
My go to place every time I visit Philly, and it will continue to be my go to place when I move there full-time in a few weeks! The diverse culinary options and experiences here is incredible. From world class desserts, to mouth watering deli, and farm fresh vegetables, RTM has it all. This is where the locals go to get cheap, fresh produce, and its location in Center City makes it super easy to get to.
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Ed Dietrich
4 weeks ago
Interesting place. We laughed that we drove from Lancaster, PA to Philly to go to basically a farmers market complete with Amish. My daughter thinks they were fake Amish. I'd be interested to know for sure. Can't imaging they live in the city, but maybe they do. I know they have fake Amish attractions in Lancaster. Anyhow this place has everything from produce to ice cream. We had a decent lunch at a Carmen's Famous Italian Hoagies & Cheesesteaks and topped it off with some awesome Bassets ice cream.
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This place is food lovers paradise. Too much to choose from. We had grilled cheese very good, Baliers doughnuts a must very Unique doughnuts. Got some Amish fudge too and whole coffee beans. Unfortunately didn't have more time to try more food places maybe someday.
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Richard Marcotte
6 months ago
Great place. Cookies half price from 5p to 6p. Skip Dinic's and go to Hershel's East Side Deli better sandwiches and way friendlier people. Cheese shop in the back has awesome grilled cheese sandwiches. Plenty of veggies and fruits, and of course the cakes and pastries from the Amish Bakers are awesome. Eat all three meals there, you will be glad you did. Cool used book shop far back corner.
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Wali
6 months ago
Great place to grab a meal or even grocery shop. But seriously, the small resturants here are so delicious. They vary from soul food to indian style food. And also there is a pretty large area for sitting, just dont expect too much peace and quiet... If you're in Philadelphia you have to each here at leaat once..