We bopped into the Reading Terminal Market, not to buy anything since we are splurging for a big girl dinner at a fancy restaurant but just to get the lay of the land and see where we might have breakfast. Cheesesteak for breakfast? Yes, at least three places we saw had signs for that.
Most of the merchants were closing up their booths so I guess it’s open early close early kind of place. Carmen’s, where we were scouting out hoagies (subs), was all out of hoagie rolls. She said they get their daily delivery at 9:30 in the morning. Good to know.
Tons of people milling, as many taking photos as buying. Flowers to cookies and everything in between. Its history is pretty amazing and when I wondered why it wasn’t around when I was at Penn, I see it was about then it declared bankruptcy.
More later. Our vegetarian dinner awaits. Vegetarian you say, in a city famous for meat? Are you nuts? Well, yes, but seems it’s quite a famous place. Vedge.
I’ll post more of the Simeone photos either late tonight or tomorrow morning.