Dining in Phoenixville

Whether you’re looking for a craft beer, romantic dinner, or light fare, Downtown Phoenixville is a great place to be! Check out the list below for some of Phoenixville’s best eateries! 

Il Granaio
184 Bridge Street
(484) 924-8423

Molly Maguire’s Restaurant & Pub
197 Bridge Street
(610) 933-9550

Sedona Taphouse

131 Bridge Street #5

(484) 302-5714

Great American Pub

148 Bridge Street

(610) 917-3333

Iron Hill Brewery
130 Bridge Street
(610) 983-9333

    Bistro on Bridge     
210 Bridge Street
(610) 935-7141

PJ Ryan’s Pub
233 Bridge Street
(610) 933-5600

Steel City Coffee House
203 Bridge Street
(484) 924-8425

Your Mom’s Place Breakfast & Lunch
324 Bridge Street
(610) 933-7481

Root Down Brewing Co.
1 N Main Street
(484) 393-2337

Franco Ristorante
226 Bridge Street
(610) 933-0880

Black Lab Bistro
248 Bridge Street
(610) 935-5988

XPress Pizza (Now 'The Village')
217 Bridge Street
(610) 933-6681

Artisan’s Café
234 Bridge Street
(610) 935-1965

Black Walnut Winery
260 Bridge Street
(484) 924-8747

Brown’s Cow
30 S. Main Street
(610) 933-0695

Sage Mediterranean Cuisine
158 Bridge Street
(610) 935-8100

Chikara Sushi & Asian Fusion
131 Bridge Street
(610) 917-8888

Stable 12 Brewing Company
368 Bridge Street
(610) 764-0250

Guatemalan Kitchen
6 Main Street
(484) 302-6059

The Barrel Wine Bar
236 Bridge Street
(610) 933-3399

Infinito’s Pizza Buffet
222 Schuylkill Road
(717) 659-7057

Vecchia Pizza
249 Bridge Street
(610) 933-1355


LuLu Boutique & Gifterie
12 South Main Street

 Bridge Street Chocolates
158 Bridge St

LUSH Nail Bar

135 Bridge St


 Ellie's Choice Gifts
211 Bridge St

Liberty Carriage House
176 Bridge Street
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Minx Vintage
115 S. Main Street
Phoenixville, PA 19460

Taste Sand Castle Winery
236 Bridge Street

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Twisted Cog
Bike Shop
167 Bridge Street
Phoenixville, PA 19460

 Grace Tattoo
14 South Main Street

Phoenixville Smoke Shop
245 Bridge St

Country Charm Furnishings
28 Main St

​Blob Fest Run Out

Mainstay Inn


University of Valley Forge
Valley Forge Christian College
1401 Charlestown Road
Phoenixville, PA 19460
10% Discount *

Ursinus College
601 E Main Street
Collegeville, PA 19426
10% Discount*

Greater Philadelphia Expo Center
4.2 miles
100 Station Avenue
Oaks, PA 


Phoenixville is home to trails, arts, culture, and several popular annual events; we hope you’ll find Phoenixville a bustling and fun community.

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Enjoy Arts, Culture, & the Great Outdoors

If you’re looking for arts and culture, the
Colonial Theatre is the place to start. The Theatre is a showpiece of Phoenixville. Phoenixville is growing as a center for the arts, with galleries atThe Art Gallery at Franklin Commons and several places downtown, including Community Arts Phoenixville, Teresa Haag Art, and a host of murals dotting the downtown.   

Phoenixville Borough is home to
sixteen parks within its borders, some of which offer playgrounds, picnic tables, and baseball fields for residents to enjoy. For outdoor enthusiasts, we’re proud to offer the Schuylkill River Trail, which runs alongside the river through Phoenixville and connects all the way to Philadelphia. Bike Schuylkill allows you to rent a free bike to use on the trail. You can also rent kayaks and canoes if you’re taking a dip in the water. Local outdoor spaces include nearby French Creek State Park, which offers more than 8,000 acres of wildlife and Black Rock Sanctuary, which consists of 119 acres of wetlands, woodlands, and meadows. Both are ideal for hiking, biking, fishing and camping. Additionally, the historic and expansive Valley Forge National Historical Park is just a short drive away and offers ample space for hiking, biking, and exploring as well as educational programming.

If you want to learn more about our historically-rich town, visit the Historical Society of the Phoenixville Area and the Schuylkill River Heritage Center, both located in Downtown Phoenixville.

Join us at Phoenixville’s Annual Events

Each year, Phoenixville hosts a number of community events. Some have a rich history, some are just getting started, but they all bring a strong sense of community to Phoenixville.

First Fridays take advantage of our warmer months to showcase the eclectic feel of Phoenixville. You’ll find live music, theatrical performances, local artists, and great food as you walk around Phoenixville. First Fridays are a great time to experience the beauty of the Borough and all that the Downtown Area has to offer. Join us for First Friday’s outdoor season on the first Friday of each month May through October, 6-10pm.

Food Festivalbegan in 2013, and it’s become a staple in the community since. On the first Saturday of May and October, food truck vendors take over the downtown to offer unique sweet and savory treats to as many as 20,000 visitors. Restaurant Week runs Sunday through Thursday and gives guests a chance to sample Phoenixville restaurants at a fixed price.

For over 75 years the Phoenixville Jaycees have hosted the Annual Dogwood Festival. The yearly festival is comprised of three parts: the Dogwood Pageant, Dogwood Carnival, and Dogwood Parade, which traditionally falls on Armed Forces day. The mid-May festival celebrates the strength of the Phoenixville community and the brave men and women who have served our country.

Blobfestcelebrates Phoenixville’s moment on the big screen! The 1958 film The Blob prominently featured the Colonial Theatre and Phoenixville at large. Each year since 2000, the Colonial Theatre hosts a three-day event including screenings of The Blob and other horror classics, a re-enactment of the theater running-out sequence, competitions, and a street fair to commemorate the town’s starring role in the film. Blobfest is usually held in July.

Phoenixville Farmers’ Marketwas founded in 2002 and is located along French Creek under the Veterans Memorial Gay Street Bridge, accessed from Taylor Alley. At the Market, you buy directly from the farmers and artisans themselves, not from third parties or re-sellers. The Market offers high quality fruits; vegetables; herbs; flowers; artisanal breads and baked goods; free range eggs; pasture-raised chicken, beef, lamb, veal and bison; yogurt and cheese; wine; handcrafted soaps and beeswax products; and much more! Though market is open on select days year round, its main season is May through November.