Quality Inn Pottstown
61 West King Street
Pottstown, PA 19464
Phone: (610) 326-6700
Fax: (610) 970-2665
61 West King Street, Pottstown, PA, US, 19464
- Phone: (610) 326-6700
- Fax: (610) 970-2665
Menu selections available at the Brick House in Pottstown include buffalo wings, quesadillas, salads, tortilla wraps, burgers, sandwiches, pasta, steak, broiled flounder stuffed with crab, and sea scallops.
Delicious pizza and sandwiches are available at Argento's Pizza.
China Pan serves authentic Chinese cuisine in Pottstown.
Authentic and modern Mexican cuisine with a South American flair. You are welcome to BYOB.
Visiting Longhorn is like paying a visit to the authentic West. The steaks are hand-cut, hand-seasoned and carefully prepared. The burgers are thick & juicy and salads are freshly prepared. They offer legendary Western fare to satisfy a range of cravings.
Enjoy American fusion cuisine in a casual upscale environment at Cafe Mosaic.
This affordable, friendly and casual Italian restaurant prepares fresh veal, chicken, fish and seafood daily.
Originally an inn, the Cutillo's is a pleasant, family-owned restaurant which has been serving the food-loving crowd of Pottstown ever since it functioned as an inn in 1948. Open for lunch and dinner, the restaurant offers a great homely atmosphere, which extends to the outdoor patio seating area. The menu features an interesting mix of Italian and American delicacies. So you can either savor the Italian delights like Tempura Coconut Shrimp, Filet Au Poivre and Fresh Mozzerella Basil or dig into the tantalizing Buffalo Wings and Chicken Wraps. The restaurant also offers take away and delivery service throughout the week, in case you want to dine at home. After a hearty meal, you can head straight to the lounge room and relax with your group of friends. Tasty cocktails, beer and wines accompany your time at the lounge, which also features live jazz and rock music by local and touring bands on weekends. To know more, call or visit their website.
Serves home-cooked American style food, inlcuding homemade soups and sweet potato fries. Known for its desserts, especially eclairs.
Standing pretty at the banks of a little lake, the Copperfield Inn is a local institution that has existed in the city for nearly half a century. The restaurant has gone through steady changes over these years, and today is a gem in the city's culinary scene. Thanks to its serene location, the sprawling property has been host to more than a fair share of private events ranging from intimate family occasions to full blown celebrations. The interiors, with the original beams and old-world charms speak of the history of the place although with more modern touches that have come with the change in time. The food menu has an delightful selection of American specialties prepared with the the freshest ingredients and the care they deserve. Copperfield Inn remains one of the city's favorites for celebrations with some fantastic facilities including a ballroom that can accommodate 250 guests. Check website for more.
The Birchrunville Store, a former general store turned cafe, is located in historic Chester County, Pennsylvania. The building had a Victorian style of architecture and was constructed in 1898 as a two story stone and frame bank structure. It was initially built to accommodate a general store, post office, a meeting hall above, and a cemetery below. It was later converted into a cafe that served French and Italian cuisine. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 21, 1978.
With the history of this inn dating back to the middle of 19th Century, you will definitely love this place if you are fond of visiting the watering holes from the past. Having played its part as a speak-easy joint during the prohibition era, The Bridge Inn, today, is family-owned and located in Pleasantville. Needless to say, the Inn has for long been a meeting point for friends, old and new, where excellent food and tasty drinks specials go hand in hand. You can choose from one of the three dining rooms to relish the scrumptious array appetizers, burgers, pastas and wraps, which are tantalizing to the taste buds. However, if you are fond of outdoor dining, then the backyard patio is a best option to dine at. The inn has a decent selection of beers and wines, and with the addition of a martini bar at the second level, the options in beverages are all the more appealing. Live music often takes place on weekends, and you would be surprised to find some decent local and national bands giving out some awesome music.