The Market offers free, high-speed WiFi service to all of its visitors.
A MUST MUST MUST visit in Philly, Reading Terminal Market has the best food anywhere! Stop by The Original Turkey for a thanksgiving meal, Hershel's for sandwiches and soups, or the Amish for donuts!
The historic farmers market located in downtown Philadelphia opened in 1892 and is a favorite among locals as well as visitors. Choose from homemade Amish specialties to fresh seafood.
Get a sandwich and people watch.
Go to DiNic's in RTM. Get the roast pork, pulled pork, or brisket sandwich. Be prepared for messy/juicy deliciousness.
Our Frozen Treat truck will be at Reading Terminal Market on July 27th from 12pm to 5pm. Come and get some tasty, free ice cream!
Bassett's ice cream...its not just for tourists.
DiNic's roast pork, with sharp provolone and broccoli rab.
Grab something to eat, anywhere, and take it to the beer garden to have a cold draft. Rumor has it, they're closing it soon.
It's got everything!
Opened in 1892, this gastronomic bazaar features 80 merchants in 1.7 acres. Newsworthy: During World War II, the Market was a mecca for Philadelphians seeking relief from the rigors of rationing.
Take plenty of deep breaths to avoid kicking slow moving tourists in the back of the knees.
Iovine Bros. has 10% off for students every Wednesday and Sunday.
Get produce and baked goods from Terminis!
The Reading Terminal Market is everything God intended life to be. We would recommend some places, but why rule out spontaneity. Just go, people, go and celebrate life as it was supposed to be.
I love this market. The best part is the Amish baked goods in the back!
Best place for food shopping!!
You can get ANYTHING you want here. Seriously. Sweet potato fries at the vegetarian counter, soft pretzels at the Amish counter, ice cream at Basset's. Just go to walk around, you'll find something.
Philadelphia is a good place,i like it
Try the blueberry pancake special at the Dutch counter Wednesday-Saturday. It comes with turkey bacon and coffee. It is cash only!
Head to the hallowed dining hall shortly before closing time (6 p.m. Mon-Sat, 5 p.m. on Sun) for steep discounts or even freebies from merchants looking to unload the day’s goods.
A wonderland for foodies! It's a whole city of culinary delights...I could spend the day here just looking around and sampling various morsels of deliciousness.
My RTM favorites: Sandwiches @ Salumeria, Chicken Cutlet; @ DiNic's, Roast Pork. Sweets @ Flying Monkey, Cupcakes; @ Famous 4th St., Choc. Chip. Cookie; @ Termini's, Cannolis and their carrot cake.
A teeming maze of eateries that will have you feeling like you're in foodie heaven. Stop by DiNic's for a pork sandwich!
Bring Cash Many places are Cash Only!
Go to Termini Brothers Bakery and get a cannoli. Ask for powdered sugar on top.
Its s fat guys dream lol everything is spanktastic!
Have a beer with your meal at the beer garden. Rumor has it the new owners plan to change it. It's so great now, don't miss it!
4th Street Cookies starts selling everything for a dollar around 5-5:30. Sometimes the ladies there will throw in free cookies just to get rid of them.
A can't miss in Philly! So hard to decide where to eat, there are so many little shops and booths. Food stands are ALL attractive and yummy. Only problem is you'll probably over eat!
Try one new place a day and you'll have a great year ahead of you
Basic 4 vegetarian snacks bar amazing even if you love meat
Awesome farmers market with great choice of vegetables. Picked up some kale!
Pierogies from Famous Franks are to die for!!!
BEST hot dogs EVER, according to Matty & Mia. Great chocolate dipped choco-chip cookies, too... right when you walk in from the 13th street side.
This historic farmer's market in downtown Philadelphia opened in 1892 and is a favorite among locals as well as visitors. Choose among the homemade specialties including produce, seafood, and meat.
Watch out for the little immigrants with carts. They do not stop for anything.
It's all here ~ from fresh seafood, meats, vegetables to prepared meals of any cuisine. Plus more ~ wine, flowers, linens, cookbooks. Everything you need for a dinner party!
damn they do have everything
A lot of stalls take LevelUp
I swear the Reading Terminal is the best place on earth. I find something different and good every time I go!
The cupcakes at Termini Bros are giant and delicious
A great date place to talk, eat, and enjoy the atmosphere.
Gotta get the corn beef at hershel's. Closest thing to swartzs in Montreal
Don't listen to Scott. I've bought bone-in picnic shoulder at Giunta's. Might need to call ahead, but they stock it.
Chocolate dipped cookie at Famous 4th St Cookie Co is worth the calories. Flying Monkey has uniquely flavored buttercream frostings. Franks kielbasa and sauerkraut was a tasty sandwich.