In case you didn’t know, many of the vendors at the historic Broad Street Market provide catering options. For your next gathering—small or large—your guests can feast on great dishes like Philly cheesesteaks, vegan mac and cheese, empanadas or gluten-free pizza. Our vendors specialize in a variety of different cuisines from different cultures and have menu items that can suit different dietary restrictions, so there’s something for everyone. Choose one of our small, local and family-owned vendors for your next party for an unforgettable meal that’s fresh and delicious.
Fisher’s Deli and Bakery – Fisher’s Deli and Bakery makes veggie, meat, cheese, meat/cheese combo, sandwiches, subs and fruit trays to order. Trays are available in small, medium and large. Fisher’s also makes nearly 20 different desserts, sticky buns, made from scratch soups and more. Find Fisher’s in the Brick Building and to call 717-232-8522 to pre-order.
Knead Market Pizza – Knead makes naturally leavened dough pizza topped with fresh, locally sourced and all natural ingredients. Gluten-free crusts and vegan cheese are available. Knead’s menu also includes fresh, handmade pasta, salads and made from scratch gelato. Knead is located in the Stone Building. Check out Knead’s website for more information and/or call 717-256-2091.
Lil’s Pretzels – Lil’s makes traditional Amish soft pretzels from scratch and by hand. Lil’s also has a range of baked sweets that are made on-site and fresh daily. Popular items include pumpkin roll, whoopie pies and cheesecake. Stop in to Lil’s in the Brick Building and/or call 717-909-6904 to pre-order.
Many Blessings Cafe – Many Blessings bakes fresh daily nearly 20 different kinds of cookies as well as Amish favorites like baked oatmeal and shoo-fly pie. Great dessert and snack items include pies, cakes, cheesecakes and fresh bread. Call Mel at 717-636-2262 with any questions or stop in to see him in the Brick Building.
Ougi’s Cocina – Ougi makes authentic Puerto Rican food. Popular items on Ougi’s menu include baked chicken, spicy pork ribs, papas rellenas (fried stuff potatoes) and three varieties of empanadas including beef, beef/cheese and buffalo chicken. Find Ougi’s Cocina in the Stone Building and call 717-602-3768 with any questions.
Porter’s House – Nadine Graham makes traditional, classic dishes that she grew up eating at home in Jamaica. Popular dishes on Porter’s menu include curry goat, oxtail stew, fresh fish and Jamaican patties. Porter’s is located in the Stone Building and you can reach them at 717-233-7300 with any questions.
Raising the Bar, LLC – RTB is a full bakery specializing in rustic breads, baguettes, croissants, dessert bars and cookies made from scratch using local and seasonal ingredients. New items are always being added to Timishia and Casey’s menu and include savory items like soup, salads and sandwiches. Current menu can be found on their website. Find RTB in the Stone Building and e-mail them at email@example.com with any questions.
Shawarma and Falafel – Owner Marko Hanna makes Middle Eastern street food that he grew up eating in Egypt. The menu includes shawarmas filled with slow roasted meats, classic and eggplant falafel, grilled paninis and full American breakfasts. Find Shawarma and Falafel in the Brick Building.
Smucker’s Chicken – Dan Smuker prepares his chicken by “broasting”—a pressure fryer that keeps chicken crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. Smucker’s menu includes eight varieties of chicken wings and a range of side dishes including potato wedges, broccoli and cheese and candied sweet potatoes. Smucker’s is located in the Brick Building and you can call 717-236-3668 with any questions.
Taqueria El Compadre – Fermin and his wife Yanet make classic authentic Mexican dishes including tamales, tacos, fajitas and quesadillas. A favorite menu item is the tacos al pastor (spit grilled pork). Find Taqueria El Compadre in the Stone Building and contact them with questions at 201-921-1055.
Tasty Dishes – Alice and her husband, Ope, prepare classic dishes from their home country of Nigeria. Popular menu items include okra soup, jollof rice, sweet plantains, fufu, egusi and collard greens. Find Alice and Ope in the Stone Building.
Tep’s Fresh Seafood – Tito carries a range of fresh fish every week including porgies, oyster trout and whiting fillets. A menu favorite is his southern catfish coated in a mixture of house seasoning and cornmeal, paired with scratch made tartar sauce and crinkle cut fries. Find Tep’s in the Stone Building and call 717-232-4065 with any questions.
The Cheesesteak Guy – Josh Longo’s cheesesteaks are made with a pound of ribeye inside fresh Italian rolls delivered daily from South Jersey. Josh’s menu also includes breakfast sandwiches, chicken cheesesteaks, patty melts, crinkle cut fries and the mushroom medley as an excellent vegetarian option. Find Josh in the Stone Building and contact through social media (@thecheesesteakguyhbg on Instagram).
The Streatery – Streatery prepared an eclectic array of international street food using market fresh ingredients. Find the Streatery in the Brick Building and call 717-379-6872 for questions or more information.
Two Brothers BBQ – Two Brothers sells nearly 4,000 lbs of locally raised meat every week including rib racks, rotisserie chickens and organic chicken wings, their top seller. Many of Two Brothers’ products are prepared with dry rubs and sauces that they make from scratch. Two Brothers’ side dishes include broccoli with cheese sauce, macaroni and cheese and roasted potatoes. Two Brothers is located in the Brick Building and can be reached at 717-234-7719.
Ward of Health – Craig Ward’s menu is focused on organic, whole food, plant-based options. Customer favorites include the “CW” (crunch wrap), street tacos and the “Save a Crab Cake”—all vegan and all made from recipes developed by Craig. View Ward of Health’s menu on their website and contact 717-421-1420 with questions. Ward of Health is in the Stone Building.
Yami Korean – Richard Choi and his wife, Mihye, make classic Korean dishes as well as Vietnamese pho and Japanese ramen. Everything is fresh and made from scratch. Find Yami Korean in the Stone Building and call 717-462-5999 or 717-802-5104 with any questions.
Zeroday Outpost – Locally crafted brews, beers and hard seltzers. Check Zeroday’s website for a regularly updated list of what’s available in cans, cases, crowlers and growlers. Find Matt at the Zeroday Outpost in the Stone Building and call 717-745-6218 with questions.