Changes have been in the works at Reading Terminal Market for quite some time, and for the most part, they are done. Avenue D, an aisle added to the historic marketplace after some stalls were shifted around, is now a bustling passage, and over the weekend it saw two new additions. One is the Tubby Olive, an offshoot of the Bucks County-based specialty foods store that specializes in oragnic olive oils, infused oils, and balsamic vinegars. Like its home base, the new RTM spot will have said oils and vinegars available on tap.
Also new to the Avenue D corridor is Head Nut, a satellite of Ardmore’s number one source for nuts, candy, and spices. It’s also the home of Main-Line Coffee Roasters. It takes up the space left empty by the Spice Terminal’s departure earlier this year.
Coming next to the market are Valley Shepherd Creamery, the cheese maker we mentioned back in March, and Wursthaus Schmitz, a stand with German delicacies from the folks at South Street’s Brauhaus Schmitz. Both are expected to open in the coming weeks.
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