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When you enter the Terminal the different delicious aromas hits you first!!
There is so much to see and taste. You will get whiplash trying to look and see everything all at once and it can't be done in one day.
My daughter had to...More
We had a tour of the market. The guide knew the vendors, had been a customer for decades and was able to explain the history and inner workings of the market. Great sandwiches, fruits, vegetables, meats and fish all displayed the way your grandparents may...More
Think this was a real treat for foodies! A must see in Philly! Had cajan breakfast and roast pork and husband had a reuban sandwich. Picked up some delicious lamb/garlic sausage to take home. Caramel apple and cannoli for dessert. Went on a Sat. so...More
I love coming to this place, to truly enjoy the life of one of the greatest American cities and see the people walking, eating, buying different items to take home and enjoy what the city has to offer. There is a wide breath of restaurants,...More
Loads of food choices / stalls so hard to decide which to eat at.!
We stopped at the Dutch Farm (Amish) stand - I ordered 2 blueberry pancakes - one would have been ample- they were huge. !
Wonderful produce to purchase well worth a...More
We walked to Reading Terminal Market after the Constitution Center. It was about a 15 minute walk and it wasn't hard to find. We got there around lunch time, so it was very busy in the market. It took us a while to find a...More
Stopped by the Market for lunch and wow, wow and wow! Split a roast pork sandwich with my wife. It was amazing. The pork was very tender and was dipped in the juices and had fresh provolone cheese and a excellent sub roll. $6.50. Enough...More
You can literally spend hours looking, eating, and shopping.. It's a fantastic place to visit filled with regional foods, fresh deli meats, cheeses, and produce. Its almost overwhelming the amount of choices, and the food i purchased was delicious. I will definitely come back just...More
This is a potpourri of Philadelphia treats. It houses everything from Amish pickles to flowers to restaurants to a small grocery store as well as small shops and everything in between. While visiting Philly, we had a delicious corn beef on rye sandwich as well...More