Restaurants, Breweries & More

Bistro of Bridge
Local Dining
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Downtown Phoenixville is famous for it’s restaurants and breweries. We offer fare for nearly every taste, from authentic Guatemalan, Thai, Mexican, Japanese and Italian cuisine to traditional American dishes. With so many restaurants to choose from, your taste buds won’t get bored!

If you are a fan of craft beer or international brews we have you covered! Our pubs and bistros serves beers from all over the world AND we have several independent breweries downtown. We also have local wineries and a distillery. There’s plenty to explore!

Unique Shops and Boutiques

Looking for one-of-a-kind, hand made gifts? Artwork? Vintage or artsy clothing? The latest fashions? Toys? Fun gifts or decor for your home? Unique jewelry? Antiques? We have that and so much more!

Phoenixville is also home to the best Farmers Market in the area, which features many local farms and small business every Saturday.

Coming Soon! A directory of local businesses.

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farmers market
Phoenixville Farmers Market

Parks and Recreation

canal
Schuylkill Canal

Love to get out and enjoy the great outdoors? Phoenixville is the place to go!

Hiking, biking, kayaking, boating, fishing – you name it. The Schuylkill river and trail runs right through town. We are also surrounded by many beautiful parks that offer a variety of opportunities to enjoy some fresh air. Many are so close to downtown that you can walk or bike into town for a bite to eat, a drink and a little shopping afterwards. We have lots of great places to take the kids for some outdoor fun, too!

Coming Soon! A comprehensive list of all local parks and trails.

Why do people love Phoenixville?

We asked some of the locals why they love this town. This answer beautifully sums up what all of them had to say:

” This is the first place I’ve lived that has a sense of community. I’ve had so many great conversations with random people in bars or at events and you can’t do that in other towns. Our small businesses are diverse and awesome and the owners themselves give back so much to the community. We have a farmers market under a bridge, we burn a giant wooden bird, celebrate an old movie in epic fashion, help even more small businesses with food truck festivals. By and large, the people here are pretty awesome. There are enough people who care about this place that it makes the true (jerks) tolerable.

In any given weekend I can kayak, see a movie, buy art, have a truly gourmet meal, dance to live music and enjoy some wine, beer and/or spirits all without having to get in my car.

I’ve lived in a lot of places and so far this one’s my favorite.” – Dori S