A new report puts Philadelphia's own Reading Terminal Market shoulder-to-shoulder with other iconic food halls around the country — a fast-growing sector in the U.S. restaurant industry.
Since the Reading Terminal Market began in 1680 as a cluster of informal markets around Front and High (now Market) streets, it's become one of Philadelphia's iconic destinations, bringing more than 6 million visitors annually.
Real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield ranked the top 20 food halls in the United States, where Philadelphia's own Reading Terminal Market made the list.
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