The Bourse’s Food Court Gets a Major Upgrade With 27 New Eateries
A Chelsea Market-like food hall is under construction at The Bourse, Philadelphia’s grand dame of early-20th-century architecture adjacent to the city’s biggest tourist attractions. The developers just revealed 10 of the new tenants for The Bourse Marketplace, projected to open in the summer of 2018.
When finished, the 24,000-square-foot food court on The Bourse’s ground floor, long home to stalls catering to a tourist audience, will be lined with 27 independently owned eateries offering grab-and-go convenience for Old City office workers, fast-casual counters ideal for tour bus passengers, and sit-down dining. In addition, four anchor tenants will go into the building’s four corners.
The crew behind the Taza Truck in Easton will offer halal Egyptian dishes at Ka’moon. Two of the other vendors are known for their stands at the Easton Public Market: Olive with a Twist, which sells olive oils, balsamic vinegars, jams, and other gourmet pantry items, and Chocodiem, a Belgian-style chocolate shop. The Bourse will release news about the rest of the marketplace vendors in the coming months. Stay tuned.