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Harvest Festival 2017!

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Saturday, October 21 from 10am-4pm. 

Fall is here, and that means it’s harvest time! Come and bring the entire family to celebrate the foods of the Pennsylvania harvest at the Market’s annual Harvest Festival. Filbert Street (aka Harry Ochs Way) will be closed to vehicle traffic and transformed into an urban farm with hay bales and corn stalks. Don't miss our fabulous beer garden featuring fall brews and delicious snacks. Kids and adults alike will have the chance to climb on an authentic farm tractor for a hay ride around the Market, take a photo in a pumpkin patch, enjoy delicious seasonal foods and treats, listen to live music, arts & crafts for the kids, and more.

Rain or Shine! The event is free to enter, food & drink is pay-as-you-go. 

Harvest Festival Facebook Event Page

Celebrate the Pennsylvania General Store's 30th Anniversary!

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Friday, September 15, 12-1pm, Piano Court

 

The Pennsylvania General Store is turning 30, and you are all invited to celebrate!  

 

In 1987, Michael and Julie Holahan opened the store to showcase the great diversity of products made by small independent businesses found right here in Pennsylvania, and the store continues to champion Pennsylvania-made products today.

 

On Friday, September 15th, join us in celebrating this milestone anniversary with a

  • cake cutting
  • appearance by the Phillie Phanatic
  • samples
  • raffle drawing
  • meet and greet with some of the store's favorite vendors including Asher's, John & Kira's, Eclat, Lore's, Eat This, Hank's Sodas, St. Lucifer's, Uncle Jerry's, Rosie's Butterkins, Center City Soft Pretzel Co., and Paprika Letterpress

Free Shopping Services

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Reading Terminal Market is committed to providing customers with an excellent shopping experience.
Below you will find specialty services provided by the Market that exemplifies this commitment.

  • Complimentary Grocery Bag Valet Service
    on Saturday & Sunday. Located behind The Head Nut. We’ll store your grocery bags while you dine or continue to shop. Refrigerated and dry storage available. 
  • Curbside pick up available on Saturday on Arch Street

  • Shopping Carts Available 
    Located behind The Head Nut, at the Shopping Services Kiosk Sat.- Sun. Available at the Security Office Mon.- Fri.
  • Free WiFi
    Network Name: RTM-free-wifi
  • Free Recipe Cards
    Located in Center Court next to Philbert the Pig statue.
  • Free Personalized Chef Guided Shopping Tours
    Every 1st & 3rd Saturday at 10 am in City Kitchen, guided by Chef Tess. Learn how to optimize Reading Terminal Market for the ultimate shopping experience.
  • Tasting Thursdays
    Every Thursday from 12:00 - 1:00 pm in City Kitchen. Sample foods from various merchants within the Market.

 

 

the market blog

     
October 04 2017
  You can still buy cream cheese and olive or liverwurst and onion sandwiches at Spataro's, though it's not likely more than one out of the hundreds of cheesesteak-focused tourists who visit the stand order them. "We keep those on to honor grand...
August 18 2017
Reading Terminal Market’s annual OysterFest has become a destination event for oyster aficionados around the Mid-Atlantic. The festival might seem less obviously appealing to someone who has never eaten a raw oyster, either because they don't patron...

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Beiler's Donuts and Salads

Named “one of America’s 20 best dessert spots” by Fodor’s Travel Guide, Beiler’s Donuts and Salads has quickly become Philly’s go-to destination for fresh-made, hand-rolled donuts. With their more than 50 different flavors at $10 a dozen, it’s easy to see why. Like their sister stand across the aisle, Beiler’s is owned and operated by multiple generations of the same Pennsylvania Dutch family, using recipes and techniques that have been passed down for hundreds of years. Though the donuts draw the biggest crowds—especially on Saturdays, when the line often winds out the door and along the Arch Street side of the market—the barrel pickles and traditional PA Dutch puddings and salads at this stand are also worth the stop, all made with natural ingredients and served with a smile.

Hours

Monday-Saturday 8 am-6 pm

Contact

Phone: (267) 318-7480

Additional Information

Accepted payment methods: Credit cards, cash, and RTM gift cards