Reading Terminal Market
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Local shops and freshly prepared foods! You could spend the better part of the day eating and wondering... butchers, bookshops, herbiary, etc! Also, there’s one vegan deli called Luvh!
Too many food choices for one visit. Be sure to get a donut from Bieler's for dessert.
Amazing location with options for days. Endless cuisine options, handmade goods, cheese shops, local spirit tasting. and sweets.
All kinds of food and drinks. Also an incredible fruit and veritable concession.
A great place for locals and visitors, especially if the weather is bad out. An overwhelming selection of food stands and restaurants, mixed in with shops along with produce and butchers, fishmongers, and other sources for a great home cooked meal. On Saturdays the Amish bring their goods as well…
There's nothing edible under the sun that you can't find here! Historic Reading Railroad Station converted into stalls selling everything from fresh produce to bulk herbs, meats, and cheeses. Classic counter-style Amish breakfast, Cheesesteaks, Freshly baked doughnuts, Hoagies, and much much more..…
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