November 1, 2012
Reading Terminal Market's newest addition, from the powerhouse Brauhaus Schmitz team, makes its official debut today. (Photo courtesy Wursthaus Schmitz)
UPDATE: Due to unforeseen delays, Brauhaus is now hoping to open Wursthaus at Reading Terminal on Friday.
Beer gardens were all the rage this summer in Philadelphia, Oktoberfest is on its way to becoming a regular American holiday and now South Street staple Brauhaus Schmitz is expanding.
Starting today, Reading Terminal Market is about to become even more Euro-fab with a delicious taste of Germany added to the the long list of cuisines they already have for your tastebuds’ pleasure.
The mouth-watering smell of brats grilling will now be mingled into all of the aromas at the market, with the debut of Wursthaus Schmitz.
Brauhaus Schmitz opened up their traditional South Street drink hall/foodery a little over three years ago and has since become a Deutsche destination. For Wursthaus Schmitz, expect a taste of the same great German grub from Chef Jeremy Nolen including wursts, salads, charcuterie, spreads, pretzels and, eventually, hot sandwiches and platters.
Reading Terminal Market, 51 N. 12th Street