Reading Terminal Market

Member Rating 3 out of 5 by disneyworld02 on December 19, 2005

The Reading Terminal market has a truly unique feeling inside. It has the hustle and bustle of a mall, supermarket, and restaurant all rolled into one. The food ranges from Amish delicacies to Philly cheesesteaks, Shoe Fly Pie, and handmade candy. I had a clam chowder-and-crab cake special from the Seafood Co. It came with potato salad and Caesar salad. It was a little pricey at $9, but it was delicious. I also stopped at the 4th Street Cookie Co. I had a chocolate chip cookie and a white chocolate chip macadamia. They were both good, yet they were slightly burnt on the bottom, but a great deal still at $3.50 for two. The shopping at the Terminal Market is the cute fair-like stuff, the handmade gifts and pet novelties. It is like a mixture of Pennsylvania gift shops all mushed together.

The convenience of the place is great. A Philly Phlash stop is located right outside of one of the many doors, and it is in walking distance from some of the major sights. For those of you Food Network fans, Rachel Ray stopped in to have breakfast on $40 a Day. Overall, this is a great place to stop for a little taste of Philly in one HUGE place!

Reading Terminal Market
12th And Arch Streets
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19107
+1 215 922 2317

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