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June 08, 2012

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Adam Sommer

I never knew such a great market was in Cleveland! I have been to Reading Terminal in Philly, which seems to be very similar (it was the best farmer's market I had been too, so I think I would really enjoy this one too)!

Dominique King

Adam-Thanks for stopping by! The Reading Market does look like a great one, with a similarly long history. I love visiting markets like these when we travel...one of the best ways to get a real taste of a location and its culture, don't you think?

wanderingeducators

I totally need to go eat there.

Dominique King

Lots of great places to eat within the market, Jessie. Next time, I think I'll want to take some homemade perogis home :)

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