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Urban Churn ice cream, Buddy Boy Winery join Broad Street Market in Harrisburg

by Sue Gleiter · PennLive ·

You can now buy a milkshake and a bottle of Pennsylvania wine while shopping at the Broad Street Market in Harrisburg. Urban Churn of Harrisburg and Buddy Boy Winery & Vineyard of Duncannon both opened stands on July 21, adding to the growing list of new vendors setting up shop at the market at North Third and Verbeke streets…… Read On

Raising the Bar bakery opens at the Broad Street Market in Harrisburg

by Sue Gleiter · PennLive ·

It can be dangerous as one visitor at the Broad Street Market in Harrisburg pointed out – a bakery sitting right inside the front door of the market’s stone building. Baguettes, muffins and cookie bars tempt shoppers at the market’s newest stand, Raising the Bar…… Read On

Sweet Spot: fudge-O-lutely? Absolutely!

by Stephanie Kalina-Metzger · TheBurg ·

Sitting at her eye-catching, bright green fudge-O-lutely stand in the brick building at Harrisburg’s Broad Street Market, Jessica Kost reflects on her decision to cross the bridge from a career in criminal justice to selling fudge full time…… Read On

Local Spotlight: The Broad Street Market

by Sara Banner · The Forest Fern ·

Located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, The Broad Street Market is a midtown landmark that is experiencing rapid growth. My dear friend Beth Taylor took over as Market Manager late last year and she has helped to usher in a lot of changes. From new vendors to kid-friendly spaces, The Market is noticeably fresher and brighter. If you haven’t been to The Market recently… Read On

These 16 Amazing Farmers Markets In Pennsylvania Are A Must Visit

by Meg Archer · Only In Your State ·

We don’t know about you, but we’re ready for some warmer weather. No matter what the forecast says, we’re keeping our sunny dreams alive by looking ahead to our favorite time of the year: farmers market season. You may think April is a little bit early to be dreaming of fresh picked produce, but Pennsylvania has tons of year-round farmers markets… Read On

New vendors arriving at the Broad Street Market in Harrisburg as it undergoes revitalization

by Sue Gleiter · PennLive ·

It’s a good problem to have – vendors at the Broad Street Market in Harrisburg are selling out of products on busy market days. “It’s revived. It’s vibrant. It’s lively. There is all kinds of people here,” said Tito Tep, owner of Tep’s Seafood in the market’s stone building…… Read On

12 Restaurants & Bars You Need to Visit in Harrisburg This Holiday Season

by Matt Cassidy · PA Eats ·

Founded in 1860, the Broad Street Market is one of the oldest continuously operated markets in the country. With 30 vendors, you can find breakfast, lunch and dinner with plenty of snacks like soft pretzels and fresh ice cream as well as locally grown and organic produce, meats, baked goods and fully prepared meals. Once known as the “Dutch Fair” because of its predominantly Amish and Mennonite vendors… Read On

New market manager named at Broad Street Market

by Sue Gleiter · PennLive ·

A new market manager has been named at the Broad Street Market in Harrisburg. Beth Taylor of Camp Hill took over the position Sept. 30, replacing former manager, Ashlee Dugan who stepped down earlier this year. The Broad Street Market Corporation board of directors recently appointed Taylor to the position. She will oversee the daily operations of the market and assist with changes at the market…… Read On

Traditional African food now served at Broad Street Market in Harrisburg

by Sue Gleiter · PennLive ·

Alice Ayobandele hovers over the stove at her stand, Tasty Dishes Authentic African Cuisine at the Broad Street Market in Harrisburg. A large pot of finely blended tomatoes, onions and peppers is bubbling away. The stew is the base of several dishes including collard greens and jollof rice, a traditional one-pot West African dish…… Read On

Broad Street Market extends hours, names interim manager

by Christine Vendel · PennLive ·

The Broad Street Market in Harrisburg soon will be extending its hours on Thursdays and Fridays by one hour to better serve the dinner crowd. Market officials announced the change in a news release issued late Tuesday afternoon. The new hours begin Aug. 20. The new hours will be from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays… Read On