Philadelphia, PA - You feel like a part of the market when you sit at the Hatville counter ordering one of their infamous, Amish-style specialty sandwiches such as the sweet Lebanon bologna featuring smoked Cheddar or their famous Ruben sandwich with coleslaw and Russian dressing.
Hatville Deli at The Reading Terminal Market
When your done eating, check out the other side of the stand, where you will come across a fantastic selection of farm-fresh deli meats, bacon, scrapple, beef jerky, butter, and cheeses, all sliced up to order.
The Esh Family, as the name implies is from the town Hatville in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and growing and producing top quality food items for over 40 years. Hatville Deli at the Reading Terminal opened it stand in the 1980s, offering up sandwiches and sliced meats to market guests, conventioneers, and the local community. Today, currently in their 2nd generation of family ownership, they have been among one of the most popular lunch spots for locals in the marketplace.
Visitors Guide to The Reading Terminal Market - Located in Philadelphia's Center City District, The Market, opened in 1892, in the old railroad station. From train line to the oldest farmers market in the United States. In all, the building boasts more than 80 unique vendors, three of which are descendants of original stand holders from over 110 years ago. Some well-known merchants include Little Thai Market, Bassetts Ice Cream, and fresh flowers at Market Blooms.