Merchant

  • Tambayan

    Kathy Mirano, the founder and chef of Tambayan and Runner’s Sweets and treats has worked at the Reading Terminal Market over the last 21 years. Her deep experience working at the Reading Terminal Market and her exceptional customer service brings back patrons again and again. Kathy’s love for people, fantastic traditional Filipino recipes and progressive...
  • PA Libations

    Pennsylvania Libations proudly supports and sells the largest portfolio of craft libations in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The portfolio includes an eclectic selection of spirits, wines, ciders, meads, and beers. Owner, Christian Simmons has grown a humble broker company with one distillery client into a full-blown sales and representation company with premium retail locations in...
  • Russ Brown Photography

    Russ Brown started photographing the City of Brotherly Love with a point and shoot. While on Kelly Drive he noticed that one of the photos he had taken was different then the rest. It was good! From that day Russ fell in love with photography and married it with his love for Philadelphia. Russ spent...
  • Little Marrakesh Bazaar

    Little Marrakesh Bazaar offers the most authentic Moroccan handcrafted pieces for shoppers and gift-givers. Chakir, the owner of Little Marrakesh Bazaar, works with local artisans in Morrocco to design the pieces he sells, and is constantly travelling between Philadelphia and Morrocco to source his products.
  • Sweet T’s Bakery

    Sweet T’s Bakery is believed to be the first Black-owned bakery in Market history. They offer a line of sweet-potato-based sweets and baked goods like sweet potato pie, sweet potato pound cake, and sweet potato cheesecake along with four signature drinks.
  • El Merkury at the Market

    El Merkury was founded by Sofia Deleon. Deleon is a native Guatemalan who moved to the US in 2012 for college, first obtaining a degree in Food Industry Management from Michigan State and later an MBA in Food Marketing from St. Joseph’s University. Deleon worked on the corporate side for companies representing Kerrygold, Hormel and...
  • A Taste of Spain

    Fresh Food Fight winners, Vanesa Peredo and Alejandro Fernandez, bring to the Reading Terminal Market quite literally a window into their home-country. In their store, located right next to Flying Monkey Bakery and facing the Center Court seating area, market shoppers can find a variety of desserts, olive oil, pickled vegetables, Jamon Iberico, Manchego cheese,...
  • Umi Seafood & Sushi

    Umi Seafood and Sushi Bar offers an impressive menu with more than 50 prepared seafood dishes and 100+ varieties of premium sushi, sashimi, and maki rolls. All dishes will are available for in-Market or take-home consumption. Cooked dishes like salmon teriyaki, scallops, lobster mac and cheese, couscous, and grilled vegetables are also available to reheat...
  • Careda’s Caribbean Cuisine

    Authentic jerk chicken and other Caribbean staples! Mailing Address: Careda’s Caribbean Cuisine 1136 Arch Street, #426 Philadelphia, PA 19107
  • Luhv Vegan Deli

    Fresh vegan food made locally for your health and soul. Vegan burgers, soups, breakfast sandwiches, & deli. Mailing Address: Luhv Vegan Deli 1136 Arch Street, #425 Philadelphia, PA 19107
  • Day Cart Merchants

    Please visit our Day Stall merchants in their temporary locations around the Market on the following schedule (subject to change): Sweet Nina’s (Wednesday through Saturday) What a Crock (Wednesday through Sunday) Really Reel Ginger (7 days a week) Sustainable’s by Custom Cuisine (Saturday)
  • De'Village

    Husband-and-wife owners Watson and Joycelyn Parks opened De’Village in 2001 to bring some African culture to the Reading Terminal Market. Now, their stand is a calm, incensed oasis among bustling food stalls, where tourists and locals alike browse through African jewelry, artwork, fabrics, and other accessories and decorations. Come here for unique gifts, handcrafted jewelry—some made by...
  • The Head Nut

    Prepare your pantry and pack your list, because shopping at The Head Nut is about as fun as it gets. This little shop sells dry goods in bulk containers. Simply find what you’re looking for, bring the canister up to the cash register, and the friendly staff will weigh out for you as much or...
  • Pennsylvania General Store

    Whether you’re a tourist looking for the perfect souvenir or a local in search of a sweet treat, the Pennsylvania General Store is the place to be. Michael and Julie Holahan opened it in 1987 as a lunch box catering business using the foods of Reading Terminal Market, but when someone asked them if they...
  • Mueller Chocolate Co.

    Family owned and operated since 1980, Mueller Chocolate Co. is perhaps as well known for their sense of humor as they are for their hand-made chocolates and candies. Their anatomically correct chocolate hearts and lungs have been featured by Ripley’s Believe it or Not! and the Travel Channel’s Bizarre Food with Andrew Zimmern, and their Tower (a chocolate-cloaked...
  • Herbiary

    Here, amidst the bustle of the market, you can soak in calming scents of aromatherapy, learn about herbal remedies, and discover the perfect gift for the one who has everything. You’ll find all sorts of natural beauty and healthcare products tucked into every nook and cranny of this urban apothecary, from soaps, incense, and bulk...
  • Bee Natural

    Whether you’re a bee enthusiast or honey aficionado, or you’re looking to buy a gift that’s sure to please, this stand will not disappoint. All of Bee Natural’s honeys and beeswax products are handmade from the owner and apiarist Darren Sausser’s own bee hives in Smyrna, Delaware. At their stand in the Reading Terminal Market,...
  • John Yi Fish Market

    Under a long neon sign that reads “Eat Fish Live Longer,” John Yi Fish Market sells some of the freshest seafood in Philadelphia. Here you’ll find an impressive selection of farmed and wild-caught fish and shellfish, sushi-grade tuna and salmon, and a giant, back-lit tank crawling with live lobsters. Plus, they also offer some precooked...
  • Golden Fish Market

    If you’re a seafood lover, you can’t go wrong at Golden Fish Market, located near the Dutch corner on the Arch Street side of Reading Terminal. Here, in their long, brightly lit cases, you’ll find mounds of the freshest whole fish and fish fillets, shrimp, locally harvested oysters and clams, and live lobsters, as well...
  • The Original Turkey

    CLICK HERE TO ORDER ONLINE Follow your nose to the smell of Thanksgiving. Every day, Original Turkey roasts fresh whole turkeys and prepares all of your favorite sides: sweet corn, stuffing, mac and cheese, cranberry sauce, and creamy mashed potatoes with gravy. Though today’s spread is impressive, when Roger Bassett started the store in 1983,...
  • Spataro's Cheesesteaks

    Spataro’s Cheesesteaks will be closed from August 1st – 3rd Just look for the Liberty Bell in red neon and you’ll find Spataro’s. Under the glow of that Philadelphia icon you’ll find another: a Philadelphia cheesesteak. Come lunchtime, Spataro’s sizzles theirs up the classic way on a flat-topped griddle, wit or wit-out onions, offering the...
  • Shanghai Gourmet

    The two giant woks at Shanghai Gourmet are constantly hot and sizzling. Pull up a seat at this Chinese lunch counter and watch the cooks’ deft movements as they add meat, rice, noodles, fresh vegetables, and sauce. A few quick movements later and the finished dish is in front of you—generous plates of Szechuan flavors...
  • Sang Kee Peking Duck

    When you find yourself face-to-face with a heated display full of crispy, whole-roasted Peking ducks, you know you’ve made it to Sang Kee. Owner and Executive Chef Michael Chow has been perfecting the art of roast duck since the early eighties, and his restaurant in Chinatown, Sang Kee Peking Duck House, has been named “Best...
  • Profi's Creperie

    A little taste of France in Philadelphia, Profi’s cooks up crêpes both sweet and savory. Pull up a chair and watch as the crêpe makers spoon ladles of batter onto round griddles. A few turns with a special wooden spatula spreads the eggy batter into a thin layer, and then a deft flip and a...
  • Pearl's Oyster Bar

    Philadelphia is a port city, and close proximity to rivers and the Atlantic coast has, for generations, made seafood dishes at least as Philadelphian as the cheesesteak. Your grandfather might have slid onto a stool at the Pearl’s counter as a young man to enjoy classics like oyster stew, snapping turtle soup, or a fish...
  • Olympia Gyro

    Pull up a seat at the counter at Olympia Gyro and watch the 30-pound roast of gyro meat, a combination of beef and lamb, spin and sizzle on a vertical grill. Order a gyro and Athens Voulgardis will cut thick slices from the exterior, at once soft and crispy, and tuck them into a round...
  • Hunger Burger

    Hunger Burger will be closed on August 23, August 30, and September 18 Our beef burgers are made with all natural black angus beef – no hormones, no antibiotics ever, raised and grazed in the USA. Hunger Burger also serves chicken, turkey or veggie burgers. Fresh green salads, mac & cheese, lobster mac & cheese,...
  • Franks-A-Lot!

    If comfort food is what you need, look no further than Franks-A-Lot. They’ve been serving up “Best of Philly” hot dogs since 1982, and their menu reads like a catalog of crave-worthy grub, including barbecue baked chicken; fried garlic wings; handmade beef, handmade turkey, and salmon burgers; mac and cheese; chili; sausage and meatball sandwiches;...
  • Fox & Son Fancy Corndogs

    Fox & Son’s owners are familiar with running a business inside Reading Terminal Market; one of the owners, Rebecca Foxman, used to managed the award winning Valley Shepherd Creamery & Meltkraft Grilled Cheese stall for its first 4 years. The other owner, Kevin Kwan, has an extensive history in the hospitality industry. Fox & Son serves freshly-made, unique corndogs along with specialty poutines,...
  • Down Home Diner

    This sit-down restaurant has everything you want in a diner: kitschy, retro décor, a mix of vinyl booth and counter seating, a menu of comfort foods made from scratch, and, of course, breakfast served all day. Having grown up on a farm down south, owner and Chef Jack McDavid knows the value of fresh ingredients...
  • DiNic's

    Tommy Nicolosi’s culinary legacy began in 1918, when his Grandfather Gaetano opened a butcher shop in South Philly. On occasion, Gaetano would cook big specialty roasts for customers in the garage out back. This eventually led to an off-shoot sandwich business, and in the late 1970s, DiNic’s Roast Pork and Beef was born. Tommy DiNic’s...
  • Carmen's Famous Italian Hoagies & Cheesesteaks

    Carmen’s will be closed on August 3rd & 4th Some people will tell you that you have to go to a certain neighborhood to find a great Philly cheesesteak, but the folks at Carmen’s will show you otherwise. Family owned and operated since 1983, every morning they heat up the grill to make Philly’s best...
  • By George! Pizza, Pasta & Cheesesteaks

    By George! will be closed on August 23, August 30, and September 18 Whether you’re in the mood for a quick Pizza Slice, Cheesesteak or Lasagna and Meatballs like Nonna used to make, you’re bound to find just the thing at By George! Here, the menu is a catalog of Italian classics: Brick Oven Pizza,...
  • Beck's Cajun Cafe

    Bringing a taste of the Big Easy to the City of Brotherly Love, Chef Bill Beck prides himself on the rich, authentic Cajun and Creole flavors that Beck’s Cajun Cafe serves up for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The experienced restaurateur, three-time Best of Philly winner, and two-time guest chef at James Beard House keeps it...
  • OK Produce

    Whether you need to stock up on basics like potatoes, bananas, and onions, or pick up fresh yuca, pomegranate, or daikon radish to cook something special, OK Produce’s bins of fruits and vegetables have what you’re after. As their name implies, OK Produce focuses on fresh products, though they do carry a small selection of...
  • Iovine Brothers Produce

    A lot has changed since brothers James and Vincent Iovine first opened this stand in the early 1990s, but the fresh, quality ingredients and exceptional customer service that made them local legends have remained the cornerstones of their business. Now, what started as a modest produce stall is a go-to destination for Philadelphia chefs and...
  • The Rib Stand

    For a small corner stand at Reading Terminal, The Rib Stand puts out a big aroma. There’s no seating and the menu at this Amish barbecue stand is mercifully brief, because they stick to what they do best: spare ribs, baby back ribs, and a boneless rib sandwich. All of the above are available as...
  • Sweet as Fudge Candy Shoppe

    A technicolor candy shop, Paul Fisher’s Sweet As Fudge has something to suit every sweet tooth. There are gummy critters in all colors, chocolate- and yogurt-covered nuts and fruits of every kind, and even a selection for licorice lovers. What makes Sweet As Fudge special is how many different difficult-to-find treats they have. Bins of...
  • Miller's Twist

    It’s a tough choice between the sweet and the savory at Miller’s Twist, Roger Miller’s shop that sells soft, butter-dipped Amish-style pretzels and ice cream from Lancaster county. The pretzels, a Reading Terminal favorite, aren’t the chewy pretzels that Philadelphia is known for, but plenty of people prefer them. These, made from fresh dough throughout...
  • Kauffman's Lancaster Country Produce

    At their stand, which truly changes from winter to summer, Amos Kauffman and his father, Benuel, are known for stocking only the most seasonal produce, some of which they grow themselves, and the rest which they source from other Amish farms in Lancaster County. A little slice of Pennsylvania Dutch country in the heart of...
  • Hatville Deli

    The Esh Family, from the town of Hatville in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, has been growing and producing quality foods for more than 40 years. In the early 1980s, they opened Hatville Deli at the Reading Terminal in order to meet the growing demands of travelers, conventioneers, and the local community. And today, now in their...
  • Dutch Eating Place

    One of Reading Terminal Market’s most iconic eateries, this diner offers rib-sticking, Pennsylvania Dutch fare to take away or to enjoy at the counter, elbow-to-elbow with locals and visitors alike. Breakfast is popular and mornings start early with glasses of fresh-squeezed orange juice, eggs however you like them, and stacks of blueberry-studded pancakes and apple...
  • Dienner's Bar-B-Q Chicken

    Dienner’s Bar-B-Q has been serving authentic Amish-style rotisseries and wings in the Reading Terminal Market since 1980. Their chicken arrives fresh every morning from farms in the Philadelphia region, and they’ve been using the same family recipes—and only the highest quality, local ingredients—for three generations. Father-son owners Sam and Anthony Dienner are confident that their...
  • Smucker's Quality Meats & Grill

    Looking for an indulgent meal? Look no further than Smucker’s. Warm breakfast sandwiches with fluffy eggs, melty cheese, and a variety of meats, including pork roll, classic scrapple, and even turkey scrapple. At lunchtime, go for a chicken bacon ranch wrap, a Lancaster county pot roast beef sandwich, or an indulgent favorite like chicken tenders...
  • Martin's Quality Meats and Sausages

    Since the 1920s, the name Martin’s has meant meat in Philadelphia. Owner Martin Giunta is a third generation butcher, on both sides of his family! They got their start in South Philly in the Italian Market, but today, the refrigerated cases of their black, white, and red Reading Terminal shop are stocked to the brim...
  • L. Halteman Family Country Foods

    If you love bacon, be sure to plan a stop at L. Halteman Family Country Foods. The Riehl family, three generations of butchers from Lancaster County, offer no fewer than eight varieties: applewood, pepper, maple glazed, and even those made from beef and turkey. Their most popular is the hickory variety that they smoke themselves,...
  • Godshall's Poultry

    When it comes to poultry, you can’t get much fresher than Godshall’s. Their chicken and turkey are locally raised, free-range, and delivered straight from the farm to the stand every day. Founded in 1916 by Charles Godshall and passed down two generations to current owner Steve Frankenfield in 1984, Godshall’s has a long reputation for...
  • Giunta's Prime Shop

    Robert Passio, owner of Giunta’s, has been working in the meat industry since the late 1980s, when he began his career as a butcher shop delivery boy. Since then, he’s become one of the most knowledgeable and beloved butchers in the city, with a deep understanding of the people of Philly, their demand for high-quality...
  • Contessa's French Linens

    Looking to freshen up your dining room décor or take your weekday mealtimes to the next level? At Contessa’s French Linens, you’ll find an array of imported and American-made table linens to fit any color scheme, plus aprons, towels, soaps, porcelain and stoneware serving pieces, and more. Come here to find unique gifts for the...
  • City Kitchen at Reading Terminal Market

    City Kitchen is the demonstration kitchen inside the Reading Terminal Market that offers private and public cooking classes and events, including interactive cooking classes, private rentals, intimate rehearsal dinners, educational student events, private chef table dinners, team building, bachelorette and bachelor parties, and much more.
  • Market Blooms

    Lilies or chrysanthemums, tulips or roses, it’s impossible not to find something beautiful at Market Blooms, Reading Terminal Market’s resident florist. Placing a high priority on the idea that beautiful flowers should be accessible to everyone, Market Blooms is dedicated to providing seasonal variety and quality blossoms in keeping with the expectations of an urban...
  • Nanee's Kitchen

    A haven for gluten-free, vegans, vegetarians and halal meat diners, Nanee’s Kitchen serves up a rainbow assortment of traditional Indian-Pakistani dishes. Sabina and Donish Ahmad run the restaurant that they started in 2004 with their aunt, Tayyaba Khanum, preparing family recipes from her mother, Hamida. From her, Nanee’s borrows its flavors and also it’s name,...
  • Little Thai Market

    There’s never not a line at the Little Thai Market. That’s how popular it is, and for good reason. The menu is full of crowd favorites like shrimp pad thai showered with ground peanuts and fresh green cilantro; basil chicken; spring rolls; and coconut soup perfumed with lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves. Salmon curry, one...
  • Kamal's Middle Eastern Specialties

    Every night Kamal Albarouki soaks dried chickpeas and fava beans in water, and every morning when he arrives at his stand he grinds them into a paste, adding parsley, onion, and spices. Since 1981, Kamal and his wife, Esra, have been frying up spoonfuls of this green paste into the popular falafel that they sell...
  • Jonathan Best
    Gourmet Grocer

    Whether you’re on the hunt for an obscure spice, a specific type of imported olive, or the latest on-trend grain, chances are you’ll find it at Jonathan Best. The stand’s narrow aisles and towering metal racks house a dizzying array of gourmet food items, including baking ingredients; grains, pastas, and cereals; canned vegetables and beans;...
  • Riehl Deli & Cheese Shop

    If you’re planning a spread of amazing sandwiches, there’s one place you need to be in Reading Terminal. You’ll know you’ve found it when you see a case filled with a rainbow of delicate curls: thin-sliced ribbons of ham, turkey, roast beef, and chicken. Whether you prefer your deli meats roasted or smoked, spiced or...
  • Lancaster County Dairy

    Lancaster, Pennsylvania’s rolling hills are dotted with red barns filled with black-and-white cows. Lancaster County Dairy offers Philadelphia the chance to enjoy fresh dairy products from local farms like these. Their milk and cream make the short trip downtown from Kreider Farms, a third generation family farm, founded in 1935 and based in Mannheim, Pennsylvania....
  • Beiler’s Bakery

    Owned and operated by the same Pennsylvania Dutch family since 1984—who also own the donut and salad stand across the aisle—Beiler’s Bakery is the place to go for fresh baked cakes, cupcakes, breads, cookies, pies, and other PA Dutch specialties. All their baking is done on-site using natural ingredients, and if you’re overwhelmed by the...
  • 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...
  • Famous 4th Street Cookie Company

    Enjoy our Warm, Perfectly Fresh, Homemade Cookies. Since 1982, the family owned Famous 4th Street Cookies has been serving up the best, warm homemade cookies in the Reading Terminal Market. Famous 4th Street Cookies taste homemade because they ARE homemade – with simply pure ingredients. Visitors became hooked on these distinctive and delicious cookies; stopping by the Famous 4th Street Cookies stand...
  • Flying Monkey Bakery

    Fresh ingredients are the key to the delectable baked goods you’ll find at Flying Monkey Bakery. From classics like banana bread, crumb cake, cookies, and brownies to housemade marshmallows, cake truffles, mini bundt cakes, and award-winning whoopie pies, every one of their confections is made from scratch in small batches. Peruse their display case for...
  • Market Bakery

    CLICK HERE TO ORDER ONLINE Philadelphia doesn’t slouch when it comes to baked goods, but there are far more bakers in Philadelphia than can have their own stands at Reading Terminal Market. Fortunately, that’s where Market Bakery comes in. Rather than working with dough themselves, they stock their shelves with the wares of some of Philadelphia’s...
  • Termini Brothers Bakery

    Since 1921, when brothers Giuseppe and Gaetano first opened up shop in their South Philadelphia pasticceria, the Termini name has been associated with tradition, quality, and handmade Sicilian sweets. Now in the hands of the third generation of Termini brothers, the bakery never wavers from that foundation. They still make traditional cookies, cakes, pastries, and...
  • Four Seasons Juice Bar

    Whether you’re looking for a post-workout treat or a refreshing, healthy pick-me-up, Four Seasons has just the thing. All of their smoothies and fresh-pressed juices are made using whole fruits and vegetables, which will give you a natural energy boost and a generous dose of vitamins and minerals. Order one of their specials or recommended...
  • Molly Malloy's

    Need a break from shopping? Located in the heart of the market, this sit-down pub is a prime spot for people watching and catching the big game over breakfast, lunch, or a pint. They’ve got big-screen TVs, 35 domestic and imported beers on tap, a selection of wines and specialty cocktails, and a menu that...
  • Old City Coffee

    Walk into the Reading Terminal’s 12th and Filbert entrance and the sweet, toasty aroma is intoxicating: it’s the unmistakable fragrance of coffee roasting. Small-batch, locally roasted coffee is all the rage these days, but Old City Coffee has been micro-roasting since 1985. They still roast all of their 100-percent Arabica coffees, sourced from all over...
  • Tea Leaf

    A peaceful stand in the midst of a bustling market, Lynnette’s tea shop invites a moment of pause. Wooden shelves hold gleaming canisters of tea from all over the world, which you can take away or have in a cup brewed to enjoy there. Whether you prefer tea that is light and bright or deep...
  • Bassetts Ice Cream

    CLICK HERE TO ORDER ONLINE America’s oldest ice cream company—established in 1861—Bassetts Ice Cream was the first merchant to sign a lease at the Reading Terminal Market in 1892 and is still owned and operated by the same family today. Their menu of more than 40 different flavors includes something for everyone, from the most traditional (they...
  • Downtown Cheese

    An enduring favorite of aficionados and newbies alike, Downtown Cheese offers one of the best selections of international and domestic cheese and charcuterie in Philadelphia. Sidle up to the counter and let the knowledgeable staff guide you through their extensive offerings of handmade, small-batch, artisanal cheeses (samples included). Then peruse their displays of cured meats...
  • Amazulu

    Silversmith Charita Powell first opened Amazulu in 1989 as a way to market her own line of handmade sterling silver jewelry. Now, she runs the stall as an artists’ collective, also showcasing unique designs created by metalworkers from all over the country and world. Each necklace, bracelet, ring, and set of earrings on display at...
  • Hershel's East Side Deli

    When you chomp into one of the piled-high Reuben or corned beef specials at Hershel’s, you’ll understand why locals refer to this place as “the best Jewish deli outside New York.” From its old-fashioned signage and counter seating to its made-from-scratch menu items—including impossibly juicy, house-cured pastrami—every detail oozes authenticity. And it’s no wonder, considering...
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