This winter, historic Reading Terminal Market debuts a very fresh series to allow more people to take advantage of the great space that is the market — this time, after hours.
Starting Wednesday, January 27, Reading Terminal Market hosts free movie nights once a month through May, giving guest the chance to visit the market after regular operating hours on a recurring basis.
The series features food-themed or Philly-themed flicks with a sprinkling of new releases, too. Chef, a film about a chef who quits his stressful job and starts a food truck in Miami, jump starts the series on Wednesday, January 27 at 7 p.m.
Reading Terminal Market is introducing a new after-hours movie series on Wednesday nights starting with Chef on January 27.
Following Chef, the market screens films on one Thursday a month, including An Affair to Remember on February 11, Little Shop of Horrors on March 17, National Treasure on April 14 and Burnt on May 12. The full list of upcoming films is available right here. Note that the films are subject to change.
Before show time, Molly Malloy’s hosts a pre-show happy hour from 6 to 7 p.m. while a bunch of other vendors — Flying Monkey Bakery, Old City Coffee, Hershel’s East Side Deli and Spataro’s Cheesesteaks — extend their hours for evening bites, too.
The screenings are free, but those interested in attending are encouraged to RSVP online.
Don’t miss this chance to experience Philly’s iconic market after dark.