Hosers Central Kitchen

Hosers Central Kitchen is located at Chestnut Hill's, Market at the Fareway. In this "Reading Terminal style" market, we prepare seasonal eat in or take out food. Our goal is to create a connection between our guests with nutritious, and environmentally sound products of our regions and to enlighten people on the bounties of local, vegetarian and vegan foods. HOURS OF OPERATION: THURSDAY-SATURDAY: 12P-6P SUNDAY: 12P-4P 

We welcome you to enjoy a 7-course meal at our central kitchen! Dinners begin at 7:30pm Thursday-Saturday and 6pm on Sunday Email Hoseymade@gmail.com for more information 

    Chefs Counter

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    Additional Info:

    • Phone: 267-991-6507
    • Address: 8229 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19118, USA (Map)
    Our 2-7 seat Chefs Counter is designed for a unique experience. Diners sit at a perched counter and peer directly into Chef Max Hosey’s private kitchen, where he whips together an ever-changing, seasonal tasting menu. Hosers Central Kitchen is located at Market at the Fareway in Chestnut Hill.

    Our tasting menu is 6 courses and is $105/person. Our establishment is BYOB, or you can take advantage of the Chestnut Hill Brewery, which is located in the market.
    To reserve the counter we will need a name and phone number- along with any dietary restrictions, allergies, or aversions you or any of the guests have.

     Hoser's has been awarded a Recommendation badge by Restaurant Guru, one of the world’s most popular foodie websites with over 30 million monthly users.

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    A graduate of New England Culinary Institute in Burlington Vermont, Max Hosey has been traveling since the day he left. With stops in Beaver Creek Colorado, London England, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Los Gatos California, Max has cooked in a number of different cities around the world over the last 25 years.  
    Born and raised in the Pocono Mountains of North Eastern Pennsylvania, Max took an interest in cooking at a young age and has always been drawn to locally sourced, humanely raised, and organic ingredients.
    Why do we do what we do? Here at Hosers Central Kitchen we do what we do to be the change we want to see in the world. Climate change is the world’s biggest problem, and one simple change in diet can be one of the elements to changing course. There comes a time in one’s life when you start to think about your own legacy. For me, the pandemic pushed me into action. I know I can use my skills as a chef to show people a better path. Change is possible,  sometimes it requires a guide. When it comes to changing the way we eat, let Chef Max be your guide.
    • 8229 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, USA