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July 18, 2014

The Reading Terminal Market’s Sidewalk Sizzle And Ice Cream Freeze Pleases Taste Buds All Around, This Saturday, July 19

This weekend, visitors to food mecca Reading Terminal Market should bring their sweet tooth. The annual Sidewalk Sizzle And Ice Cream Freeze returns to the market this Saturday, July 19, bringing the culinary delights of the indoor bazaar outside to Filbert Street for an alfresco event brimming with freshly grilled eats and frozen treats. The […]

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April 11, 2014

Welcome Spring At Reading Terminal Market’s First-Ever Spring Fest Featuring Food, Crafts, Shopping And More On Saturday, April 12

Reading Terminal Market celebrates spring with its first-ever Spring Fest, a day of seasonal crafts, Easter and Passover food specials, shopping opportunities and general warm-weather merriment. On Saturday, April 12, families are invited out to celebrate the season with activities in the market’s main concourse from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Reading Terminal Market vendors […]

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February 19, 2014

The Reading Terminal Market Hosts Its Annual After-Hours Tasting Extravaganza, The Party for the Market, This Saturday, February 22

C’mon, Philadelphia. Show some love for the nation’s oldest continuously operating farmers’ market. Established in 1892, the Reading Terminal Market has dished every kind of food and grocery imaginable, and continues to house a host of merchants and a daily throng of visitors. This weekend, Saturday, February 22, lovers of the market can visit its […]

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January 7, 2014

Chef Talk: Philadelphia’s Chef Marcie Turney Reveals Her Favorite Restaurants, Preferred Markets, Food Secrets And More

[Philadelphia’s charms as an eating town are increasingly well known, but it’s also a city that harbors a fair number of hidden delights. Visit Philly asked five local food luminaries to share where they like to go on their off-hours, what they snack on late at night, their favorite low-cost meals and why they love […]

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January 6, 2014

Chef Talk: Philadelphia’s Iron Chef Jose Garces Dishes On Favorite Restaurants, Best Markets, Secret Finds And More

[Philadelphia’s charms as an eating town are increasingly well known, but it’s also a city that harbors a fair number of hidden delights. Visit Philly asked five local food luminaries to share where they like to go on their off-hours, what they snack on late at night, their favorite low-cost meals and why they love […]

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November 22, 2013

The Reading Terminal Holiday Railroad Returns To The Historic Market For The 2013 Season, Friday, November 29

Reading Terminal Market serves up more than just excellent local eats this holiday season with the return of the Reading Terminal Holiday Railroad, Friday, November 29 and running through Saturday, December 31. The ornate model railroad display, a must-see for locomotive lovers, measures in at a whopping 500 square feet with 17 working train lines […]

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November 20, 2013

Roundup: Our Top Picks For Must-See Holiday Attractions In Philadelphia And The Countryside In 2013

[This holiday season, let Uwishunu be your merry guide. From brilliant lights and must-see attractions to festive events and jolly good times, check out our daily updates on holiday happenings in Philadelphia right here.] The City of Brotherly Love embraces the most wonderful time of the year, hosting a festive array of iconic holiday attractions. […]

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October 29, 2013

The Brooklyn Brewery Mash Brings A Ton Of Craft Beer-Fueled Events To Bars And Restaurants All Over Philadelphia, November 5-10

All year, Brooklyn Brewery has been making the rounds to cities across the country — from New Orleans to Boston — for a special series of events benefiting Slow Food USA. From November 5 through 10, it’s Philadelphia’s turn to join the fun as The Brooklyn Brewery Mash makes its stop in the City of […]

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October 28, 2013

Reading Terminal Market’s Scrapplefest Celebrates The Quintessential Pennsylvania Breakfast Treat, Saturday, November 2

Love it or hate it, scrapple is a Pennsylvania original. A mixture of pork, spices and cornmeal, scrapple is a fried breakfast meat introduced by the Pennsylvania Dutch in the 17th and 18th centuries. It’s a cousin of sausage, most commonly made from bits of pork (the scraps), cornmeal and spices. The mix is formed […]

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October 28, 2013

Food Day At Reading Terminal Market Brings Local Farmers, Nutritionists And Food Demos To The Spotlight, This Thursday, October 31

No need to pack a lunch this Thursday, October 31. Slow Food Philly and Les Dames d’Escoffier Philadelphia are teaming up to present a day of farm fresh knowledge and demos in celebration of Food Day, a nationwide month-long initiative, at Reading Terminal Market. Help celebrate nutritional, affordable and tasty fare in the name of […]

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