Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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Reading Terminal Market

In all, the Market boasts more than 80 unique merchants, three of which are descendents of original stand holders from when it opened more than 110 years ago. Sit-down eateries are scattered throughout the market. So when you visit, be sure to allot plenty of time to stroll through the vast food bazaar and browse everything from hand made imported crafts and American quilts to fresh produce, dairy products, exotic meats and seafood, freshly cut flowers, cookbooks and expertly prepared foods ranging from cannolis and soft pretzels to gourmet South Asian and organic vegetarian cuisine.

    Upcoming events
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      Tenor Madness: Jazz Artist Lunch-Break Takeover
    • Wednesday, April 16, 2014
    • Turning an ordinary lunch break into an surprise jazz concert, eight Philly-based musicians of all ages will take over one of Philadelphia’s most popular gathering spots for a free pop-up performance.
Reading Terminal Market


1200 Arch St., Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia , PA 19107
(215) 922-2317
Neighborhood: Center City Parking: Park for up to 2 hours for just $3.00 in the 12th & Filbert street garage with a validated ticket from any vendor in the Reading Terminal Market.
In all, the Market boasts more than 80 unique merchants, three of which are descendents of original stand holders from when it opened more than 110 years ago. Sit-down eateries are scattered throughout the market. So when you visit, be sure to allot plenty of time to stroll through the vast food bazaar and browse everything from hand made imported crafts and American quilts to fresh produce, dairy products, exotic meats and seafood, freshly cut flowers, cookbooks and expertly prepared foods ranging from cannolis and soft pretzels to gourmet South Asian and organic vegetarian cuisine.
Cuisine type: American; Asian; Middle Eastern; Vegetarian
Meals Served: Breakfast  Lunch
Style: In all, the Market boasts more than 80 unique merchants, three of which are descendents of original stand holders from when it opened more than 110 years ago. Sit-down eateries are scattered throughout the market. So when you visit, be sure to allot plenty of time to stroll through the vast food bazaar and browse everything from hand made imported crafts and American quilts to fresh produce, dairy products, exotic meats and seafood, freshly cut flowers, cookbooks and expertly prepared foods ranging from cannolis and soft pretzels to gourmet South Asian and organic vegetarian cuisine.
Hours: Monday through Saturday: 8 AM–6 PM (some vendors close at 4 PM); Sunday : 9 AM–4 PM (some vendors are not open Sundays)
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