Visitors looking to sample Philadelphia’s local delicacies, such as cheesesteaks and hoagies, can taste these at two of America’s oldest markets, Reading Terminal Market and the South 9th Street Italian Market.
Savour a ‘Taste of Philly’ at Reading Terminal Market
Since 1893, Philadelphia’s Reading Terminal Market has served as a public market and is now one of America’s largest and oldest. Today, visitors can wind their way around the more than 80 stalls that sell an incredible selection of locally grown and exotic produce, locally sourced meats and poultry, plus the finest seafood, cheeses, baked goods, and confections. For further information visit www.readingterminalmarket.org.
Tour the Taproom at Yards Brewing Company
Yards Brewing Company has been brewing beer in the City of Brotherly Love since 1994, becoming the first brewery in the US to brew English ales and resuscitating the city’s brewing legacy by ending a decades-long period without any operational breweries. For further information, visit www.yardsbrewing.com.
Walk through History at the Italian Market
For over 100 years, Philadelphia's South 9th Street Italian Market has served generations of families, making this the nation’s oldest continually operating outdoor market. Dozens of vendors line the street, selling the freshest vegetables, fish, meats, spices and produce from their stalls. For further information, visit www.italianmarketphilly.org.
Enjoy A Locally Crafted Pint at Love City Brewing Company
Established in 2016, Love City Brewing Company believes that all people deserve great beer. The brewery breaks down barriers by offering outstanding beer at an affordable price, and in a welcoming environment. The brewery also serves Pennsylvania-made wines and spirits, plus seasonal cocktails. For more information, visit www.lovecitybrewing.com.
For more information on Philadelphia, visit the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau’s website, www.discoverPHL.com
Posted by: Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau
Posted on: 20/08/2019