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Razzierb wrote a review Aug 2020
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina246 contributions51 helpful votes
If in Harrisburg, you should make the Broad Street Market a destination for lunch. Of course you can buy meats, vegies, fresh pickles and on and on, but go there for the prepared food first! We had cheese steaks that were the best we've had in a long time. Due to Covid 19, there is no indoor seating, but pick a nice day and sit outside in the open air to eat and then shop when finished. Highly recommended.…
Date of experience: August 2020
Richard L. Entrup wrote a review Jun 2020
New York City, New York428 contributions1,011 helpful votes
Broad Street Market has a plethora of vendors, half of them Amish, and the produce was fresh. It gets hot on the inside so I would suggest to management to put in some basic air conditioning.
Date of experience: June 2020
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SF88 wrote a review Jan 2020
San Francisco, California109 contributions81 helpful votes
We went to lunch at the Millworks (see separate review) and I noticed the Market - my first time in Harrisburg. There are two buildings: the first one had a range of lunch counters, with interesting food, from Caribbean, to BBQ, etc. But the second building was like opening Pandora's box: what a superb range of vendors: quality meat and fish sourced locally, various bakeries, cheese counters, chocolate, jams/honeys, you name it: it is ALL here and looked wonderful. We bought amazing pork chops, baked goods and cookies - all delicious. HIGHLY RECOMMEND buying local and fresh from Broad Street Market.…
Date of experience: November 2019
Lys_Foodie wrote a review Jan 2020
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania239 contributions16 helpful votes
We come every Saturday. I always get a seasonal latte at Elementary Coffee. Sometimes I’ll get a crepe from Bon Appetite, a fish taco from El Compadre or ramen from Yami’s. All good, excellent portions. They really have turned this place around! Only opened Thursday to Saturday.
Date of experience: February 2019
SongBird212 wrote a review Dec 2019
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania41 contributions4 helpful votes
This is a great place to go for produce or lunch. One part of the market is all food stalls featuring fresh food from all over the world. It is very close to the Susquehanna Art Museum and across the street from the great bookstore, Midtown Scholar. Highly recommend.
Date of experience: December 2019