Reading Terminal Market
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Your one-stop-shop for all things Philly-food. This place has everything: Dutch Apple Dumplings, Beiler's Donuts, fresh oyster, vegan food, toffee, fresh produce and pasta, you name it.
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!
Welcome to the Reading Terminal Market. One of America’s largest and oldest public markets, housed since 1893 in a National Historic Landmark building, the Market offers an incredible selection of locally grown & exotic produce, locally sourced meats and poultry, plus the finest seafood, cheeses,…
An absolute must-see & go hungry! I’m partial to Carmen’s cheesesteaks in the market.
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