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Broad Street Market, Harrisburg

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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3.9/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web
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  • I was visiting my cousin in midtown Harrisburg and on a Friday morning we walked over to the Broad Street Market. I'm from Los Angeles where we have so many 'ethnic' markets and farmers markets that e...  read more »
  • I had not visited this market since 2008 when they had a pest issue. Boy, has it changed in 8 years! Our recent visit will surely have us returning. The butchers, vegie stands and restaurants all look...  read more »
  • I have been to this market at least ten times over the years. I live on Long Island so I do not have all these wonderful choices this market has to offer. First of all the wonderful smells when you wa...  read more »
  • The Broad Street Market has really come a long way since I moved to Harrisburg years ago. There are so many more vendors and it's possible to do basically the entirety of one's grocery shopping there. It's bright, bustling, and full of friendly people. From delicious pretzels to amazing coffee and a cornucopia of meats, breads, cheeses, fruits, vegetables, and prepared foods from homestyle burgers to African, Asian, and Indian cuisines, they really have it all.
  • Super delicious food. All made fresh everyday. Some of the best food I have ever tasted in my life. My experience at every stand has been outstanding.
  • This is a great traditional market—sort of like the Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia. There are multiple stalls selling produce and meat, with a number of other specialty vendors as well. The stone building is more prepared foods and the brick building has more grocery type items. Make sure to check out the pretzels!
  • Fantastic food, and such variety. This place has a long history, and a lot of national brands, like Auntie Anne's started in these buildings. My current favorite thing here is the cheesy broccoli mixed with sauteed mushrooms from the Amish Barbecue place in the rear building. I also love the pretzel place in there too.
  • This place is great for organic veggies and fruits. Also had grass fed beef, and free range pork at good prices. My kids 8 and 2 look forward to going here. I suggest coming hungry lots of yummy food to try, or grab something for dinner.
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