Previously known as the Chestnut Hill Farmer’s Market, the Market at the Fareway
in Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia is a modern farmer’s market for a well-lived life.

The Market offers a unique shopping experience and combines the charm of a country store with the sophistication of the Chestnut Hill lifestyle. It has been completely refurbished and renovated and aligns with Chestnut Hill’s historic feel.

Our food market specializes in offering a variety of local foods from high quality artisans. Visitors can find a range of products including coffee, Metropolitan bread, cheese, sushi, deli meats, sandwiches, fresh produce,

Korean takos, soul food, nuts, candy, falafel, prepared foods, desserts, popcorn, chicken, turkey, and red meat. Customers can find vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options as well. Our produce market also carries non-food products and services including flowers and photography. We have something for everyone- children, adults, business people, travelers, and stay-at-home moms and dads. Stop by for a quick take-out lunch, sit-down for a leisurely for those with more time, grab and go dinner for that night or later in the week, and buy groceries to cook your favorite meal. Our friendly vendors offer top-notch service and will know your name and can offer recommendations based on your preferences.

  • April Spotlight ~ Saigon Noodle Bar

  • March Feature: Momo's of Tibet

The name, “Fareway” is a combination of two words: “fare”, meaning food, and “way” meaning a
breezeway or public space. The Fareway refers to the space connecting the Chestnut Hill Hotel on
Germantown Avenue to the Market.
It is lined with artwork from the Fresh Artists program and sculptures from the Gravers Lane Gallery and beautiful gardens, planted with tropical flowers in the summertime and evergreens in the winter. Retailers including the Post Office, Chestnut Grill, Green Soul, and Follicles line the Fareway. The Fareway borders a free parking lot and features a gas fire pit, wooden benches, tables and chairs, a fountain, a ping-pong table and an array of brightly-colored plastic throne armchairs that have been known to remind patrons of Alice in Wonderland. You can access the free parking lot from Southampton Avenue, which is between Germantown Avenue and Ardleigh Street.
Take Advantage of Our Space
With plenty of indoor seats, there is space to relax and enjoy your food, mingle with your friends,
read a book, listen to music, have a meeting, sip on coffee, nibble on dessert, and people watch.
In the summertime, the glass garage doors on the pavilion are raised and customers
can enjoy the beautiful weather. The Market offers free WiFi.