Phoenixville is a borough in Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States, 28 miles (45 km) northwest of Philadelphia, at the junction of French Creek with the Schuylkill River. It is located in the Philadelphia Metro Area. The population is 16,440 as of the 2010 Census.
Things to do in Phoenixville
4.5 based on 187 reviews
Very often on a weekend night (and sometimes during the week), we go to Black Lab. Meals are consistently excellent and portions are very generous, and the servers are well-versed on the various menu items and always happy to help in any way possible.
This Saturday night my husband and I had Bronzino--and it's one of the best preparations we've had. It came with delicious creamy polenta--no lumps. To start we had the house smoked trout appetizer which was excellent, and the pork spring rolls, also excellent.
We were very full this week and didn't order dessert but my favorite is the tres leches cake. It's excellent and I highly recommend it. The carrot cake is also excellent.
The restaurant is a BYOB and if you go on certain nights there is a $25 3 course meal offering 3 choices of appetizers, entrees, and desserts. Wonderful value and always delicious.
Highly recommended. Keeps getting better and better!
4.5 based on 46 reviews
I'd expect a coffee house venue to focus on the music. Patron comfort, food quality, beverages, all secondary. But at Steel City, I had a delightful surprise at all levels. After making a reservation online, our table was reserved and ready when we got there. For just $7 extra, our tickets included a dinner order. We got a nice hummus salad plate where everything was fresh and appealing, and the best beef brisket sandwich I've had anywhere - easily better than what you'd find at a BBQ joint, and on a fresh toasted brioche roll. You can buy a drink or BYOB for a $5 fee. In this intimate (100 ppl max) space, you are close to the performers. We saw a good local opening act and then the incomparable Robbie Fulks, all for $32/ticket including the meal. Just wonderful across the board.The owner is a young guy with an infectious good will that permeates the entire cafe. One caveat - parking in Phoenixville is nightmarish. Plan 30 minutes extra to find a space and walk to the venue.
5 based on 26 reviews
My husband and I try to get to Soltane weekly when we're at home. The pastries are delicious and so are the breads. Try the ginger scones and the pain au chocolate. I don't think you'll find better anywhere. The baked goods are made on the premises so they're always fresh and the place is very friendly with customers returning again and again.
5 based on 40 reviews
Browns Cow is like the ice cream parlors of yore, with a wide variety of flavors and ice cream preparations from sundaes to cones, shakes to floats and even the brown cow (a root beer float with chocolate syrup and whipped cream on top) The prices are average and the service is typical of the friendly teenage staff variety. They serve Bassett's ice cream and there is limited seating inside and out.
It's a good stop for quell that ice cream craving when softserve won't do.
4.5 based on 210 reviews
We were invited to my nephews wedding this weekend. We showed at 4pm to an open bar. The bartenders were run ragged but able to keep up with the demand. The food was excellent.Thank you for your review! So glad our bartenders kept up and that you enjoyed dinner. Please come visit for dinner sometime!
4 based on 288 reviews
This place surprised me.
Came here after visiting the Minecraft convention. The place was a surprise. There is a lot of breweries nowadays with various atrisanal beer concoctions but here the beer was a compliment to the food that is being served in the restaurant, which is exactly how it should be.
We came in with 4 small kids but it was fairly early so no rush yet. Kids decided that they wanted fries, burgers and chicken fingers, so as soon as they got them they were happy and bouncing around.
The adults decided that we should just get burgers. So we got burgers, and unlike most places similar to the Iron Hill the burgers usually came out overdone. Not this time. This time they were perfect with seasoning and Blue cheese crumble. I've not had a better burger in quite some time.
I think that this location is definitely worth a visit.
4.5 based on 235 reviews
The food use to be good about 25 years ago but a few years ago we were disappointed as well as other folks I know. They give you quantity but not qualityIf you haven't been here in two years, you should try us again. I'll bet you will find the food as good as you remembered from 25 years ago.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
Great coffee, prepared drinks, locally made, fresh baked goods, sandwiches, wraps, soups. Shows interesting local artists, ceramics and painters.
Just the place to stop for a coffee, all combinations, a snack, enough to keep you going on the Phoenixville hills, Interesting pottery and art displayed.
4.5 based on 71 reviews
Great place for breakfast and lunch. I've eaten here several times and food is fresh, tasty and well made. Very cozy but gets crowded on weekends. Feels like you're in someone's home. French toast, chicken salad and monte cristo on top of my list. Service usually excellent, with plenty of coffee refills.
4 based on 153 reviews
Visited because we purchased a Groupon. We were greeted pleasantly. Our waitress Mary was a joy. We ordered the mussels as an appetizer. We did not care too much for the sauce. I ordered the veal. It was very tasty. Overall, we had a very pleasant experience. We would return again.
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