Since we’re still on yellow for Jude this week, I’m going to use this one. After all, it’s Lent, although maybe that means I should post it on Friday. 🙂 If you go to Reading Terminal Market (and that would be pronounced “Reding” not like reading a book) in downtown Philadelphia, you might stop at John Yi’s market for some fresh fish. There’s a lot more to see at the Market as well but try to avoid the weekends when you might have difficulty pushing through and lines are everywhere.

for Life in Colour: yellow

Comments
  1. BluntPathway says:

    I haven’t had fish in a while, I should find a fish place.

    My location: South Africa

  2. Yellow Fin Tuna would be appropriate for Friday.

  3. Dan Antion says:

    I thought I recognized that sign. Ive been to that market a number of times. Not for fresh fish, but for a nice break from conference food at the convention center.

  4. My favorite market

  5. Jane says:

    Your post brings back very fond memories… no trip into Philly on the Reading Railroad (now part of SEPTA) was ever complete until a loop through the market was done. I remember doing that with my Grandmother, Dad, and with friends when I was old enough to go into town on my own! My most vivid memory was seeing chickens hanging heads down at a meat counter. My Grandmother did her best to soothe my tears away by gently explaining the process of draining the blood… I think I would have preferred the fish!

  6. Marsha says:

    I’m hungry. 🙂

  7. Jet Eliot says:

    I really like neon signs and this one is a beauty, with the bright words, fish, and wavy water line. Sounds like a great market, too.

  8. Resa says:

    Yes, still in the yellow!
    It’s Lent..again! But I didn’t borrow anything!
    Is that a politically incorrect joke? I just made it up.

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