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 cinnamon French toast, each generously buttered and accompanied by crispy bacon. Lunch means burgers and deli sandwiches and piles of fresh-cut fries, or a selection from their rotating specials like chicken and waffles, pork and sauerkraut, or Pennsylvania Dutch–style chicken pot pie, a silky soup where dumplings are cooked into the gravy. Already had lunch? Stop by for shoo fly pie, made with molasses, or try a warm apple dumpling, a whole cored apple wrapped in pastry and baked until it slumps into a sweet, cinnamon-scented treat, served with a splash of cool heavy cream.