Shop 'Til You Drop at Reading Terminal Market

A short drive from Courts at Spring Mill is of the country's largest and oldest public markets.

We are talking about the Reading Terminal Market, and it opened in 1893.

It's housed in a National Historic Landmark building and is where shoppers find everything they need to create a memorable meal in addition to a wide array of restaurants.

Merchants include:

Golden Fish Market

The Golden Fish Market features brightly lit cases full of whole fish, shrimp, and locally harvested clams. Sushi grade salmon is also available, and seasonal specials are always posted at the counter.

Metropolitan Bakery

It was in 1993 when James Barrett and Wendy Smith Born started leading the artisan food movement in Philadelphia. The Metropolitan Bakery opened on a rainy morning in November, and James and Wendy begin their day early as they make San Francisco-style sourdough and other handmade loaves of bread along with fudge brownies and bundt cakes.

Jonathan Best Gourmet Grocer

At Jonathan Best, the narrow aisles and towering racks offer seasonings, pasta, baking ingredients, and so much more. Those looking for ready-made meals will find sandwiches and homemade soups that pair well with the store's refreshing lemonade and fresh-pressed juices.

Iovine Brothers

James and Vincent established Iovine Brothers Produce in the early 1990s as they wanted to offer quality ingredients and outstanding service. Their stall is renowned for its colorful displays and reasonable prices and is known as a go-to destination for local chefs. The varied selection includes gourmet mushrooms, fruit, and nuts, just to name a few.

After exploring, enjoy a meal at one of the restaurants such as 12th Street Cantina, Beck's Cajun Cafe, or the Dutch Eating Place.

The Reading Terminal Market is just one of the shopping destinations near our apartments in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. If you are looking for a place to call home, please contact our friendly leasing agents to arrange a tour where you can see all of our amenities firsthand.