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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…

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…

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…

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 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…

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…

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…

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,…

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…

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…

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