People tend to check in during these times:
Opened in the 1880s by Antonio Palumbo, the Italian Market is America's Oldest Outdoor Market. While the Italian fare remains great, it's also home to some of the best Mexican and Asian food in town.
Go to the Italian Festival!
Peruse the famed Italian Market and sample a variety of cheeses and fresh fruit - just don't try to return an already eaten piece of fruit like Mac does for Charlie in an episode of Always Sunny.
love the open air market
Ohhhh my oh my oh my. There are Italian people, and then there are people who pose as Italians when talking about food. Go here. That is all.
Open weeklong, historic, and so much more affordable than other similar locations throughout the city, like Reading Terminal
DiBruno Bros. fans MUST visit the original store, located here, for that old-time feel and atmosphere!
Game meats, cured meats, a billion kind of sausages, imported cheeses, herbs, REAL BUTCHERS. Foodies & Cooks can find a million meals to make with what's for sale here.
Some last minute Christmas shopping.
Support your town! Produce here is ready to eat not old! Fruit and bread should not last you 3 weeks, that's not food it's a science experiment.
Many places in the market are cash only. Make sure to have some on hand. If buying produce, check out a few stands before selecting. The next one always seems to have better deals and product
Find ben south of Washington. Say hello and pay games for prizes. And of course grab some Isgros!!!
Get a bag from the bag guy.
To buy fresh fruit & veggies right here
I get my espresso at Anthony's. its good, cheap espresso
the vegetables are such good deals instead of buying them at chain stores. Ethnic markets are always cheaper, so come and save a few bucks
Best place for cheeses. So many
Best produce stand for the novice: Scott & Judy's at the north end of the market. Best for the pro who knows what to look for: Paul & Frances Giordano at Washington Avenue.
Try Nina's, the new BYO near the spice shop. Food is delish, owners nice and it really is the best Italian food on the market. More sophisticates than the other, more traditional spots.
Nina's is awesome! We like to get many small plates and bring a couple of bottles. Definitely try the ricotta gnocchi and the grilled radicchio.
Go to the Italian food
Blueberries for a buck!
Get there early before the tourists if you are a regular
I just like this market, clean and convenient place.
Also try Tortilleria San Roman at 951 S. 9th! FRESH, homemade tortillas daily. The blue corn tortillas and chips are to die for but get there early on the weekends because they sell out quick.
This is my favorite place in Philadelphia! Great produce at reasonable prices. Try going on a food tour of the Italian Market, it's a great way to try the original places but also Asian and Mexican.
Its no longer "Italian" its been bought out by Hispanics. Call it what it is. The Hispanic Market. Built from the hard work of Italians and given to Hispanics via government grants &7 years no taxes.
Get your produce for the week from the Italian Market, sampling along the way.
Any day but Monday, check out the Italian Market. 10 blocks of the most amazing food in a huge open-air bazaar style market.
This guy's artwork is a amazing. I saw it all over DC and now prints of it are appearing all over Philly. I heard he is homeless... Who are you!!!?
I'll miss living here. Esp. Di Bruno's, Fante's, Talluto's, and George's. I'll miss it all, frankly.
Pick up some Abruzze at DiBruno Bros.
things to do to my four square
nice n best
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