Italian Market 9th Street
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America’s Oldest and continuously operated Outdoor Market. Located in South Philadelphia. Has the freshest produce and meats, sandwiches and much more.
Historic S. 9th St Italian Market. America's Oldest & Continuously Operating Outdoor Market is located in South Philadelphia's Bella Vista & Passyunk Square communities. We are a collection of nearly 200 individual businesses situated between.
This is the oldest outdoor market in the country with produce, butchers, fish mongers, restaurants, and amazing cheese shops.
Right around the corner on 9th St is the lively Italian Market, the oldest open-air market in the country. The groceries are about half the cost and fresh.
Tons of small local vendors selling everything from produce, to homemade pasta, to cheese, to meats and fish.
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