61 West King Street, Pottstown, PA, US, 19464

  • Phone: (610) 326-6700
  • Fax: (610) 970-2665
3.5 out of 5 (62 reviews)
69% of guests recommend this hotel
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  • Bars & Cafes

    »Cutillo's

    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.

    2688 East High Street
    Pottstown, PA 19464

    »The Bridge Inn

    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.

    Route 73 and Covered Bridge Road
    Oley, PA 19547

    »Steel City

    Its claim of being the "Finest Coffeehouse in Galaxy" may appear to be too far-fetched. However, you can definitely rely on this coffeehouse to get a perfect dose for your caffeine fix while in Phoenixville. The variety of aromatic coffees served here, be it hot or cold, are handcrafted by the expert staff with beans sourced from the Carrboro Coffee Company. Other refreshment options include milkshakes, Italian soda, iced tea and more. And that's not all, as the kitchen dishes out an array of tantalizing appetizers, salads and pizzas, that are appeasing to the taste buds. For entertainment, the cafe has a weekly fixture of live music by various local and national bands, that gets the music-loving crowd up on their feet. Visit their website to know more.

    203 Bridge Street
    Phoenixville, PA 19460

    »The Columbia

    The majestic Victorian building that houses the The Columbia bar stands as a visual surprise among the more standardized buildings in this peaceful area. Looks however, belie the fact that The Columbia dates back to the 19th Century and is probably the oldest in Phoenixville. During this time, the faithful watering hole has seen the town go from glory to decline and back again, and it has weathered on. It's no wonder that patrons can still feel the history of the place despite the fact that the interiors have been renovated. If you're not much for history though, it's still a good bet with a excellent selection of American grilled specialties with some classics that have stood the test of time. The bar menu features a diverse spirit list with cocktails, martinis and more to satiate most tastes. A must visit when in Phoenixville.

    148 Bridge Street
    Phoenixville, PA 19460

    »Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

    Routinely finding itself among stellar accolades and awards, Iron Hill has been Phoenixville's mainstay for a pint of freshly brewed beer and exceptional food choices. Part of it's popularity is because of the fact that it caters to a varied crowd. From a group of friends hanging out over a pint to families coming in for a relaxed dinner, Iron Hill has the ambiance to welcome one and all. The spacious interiors sport a warehouse style decor with warm lighting creating a welcoming vibe. Freshly brewed handcrafted beer is the order of the day and manages to pull huge crowds. The brews themselves have won a number of awards in local as well as bigger competitions. The food menu is a revelation and sets great standards for how food at a brewpub should be. The diverse menu of modern American specialties includes everything from pizzas, sandwiches and salads to the unexpected healthy choice of pub grub. There's also a kids menu on offer. Iron Hill has strong community values and makes a point to contribute to the local community. Is it any wonder then, that it's among the city's favorites.

    130 East Bridge Street
    Phoenixville, PA 19460

    »Brickside Grille

    The Brickside Grille is a great restaurant with a full bar. The restaurant boasts a wood-fired oven, and cooks their famous pizzas in here. They are also known for a great oyster bar, which are fresh and delicious. The serve staff is polite and professional. Ask for suggestions on what would be the best order as per your taste. The restaurant also rents out space to host private parties. Call for details.

    540 Wellington Square
    Exton, PA 19341

    »Twenty9

    Visit Twenty9 for a great evening with friends or family. The food here is well flavored and well cooked. The chef uses fresh ingredients to prepare the dishes, which is evident from the flavor of the food. Some dishes to try out include prime rib egg rolls and Maryland Lump Crab Cakes.

    16 Great Valley Parkway
    Malvern, PA 19355

    »Canal Street Pub & Restaurant

    Since its inception in 1996, the Canal street Pub & Restaurant has been a favorite among most locals in Berk's County owing to its casual yet overwhelming atmosphere. The main entrance may give you a pompous impression with the large logo of the pub on its front facade, but the interiors are pleasantly modest. The golden wood polished interiors and the spacious seating arrangement of the pub give a uniquely serene feel to the place. The pub also features a pool table and gives a pleasant view of the brewery alongside it, along with great food and a special collection of beers. The wine bar gives a view of the dining room which is perfect for a close-knit dinner. The Banquet room seats up to 30 people and is entirely done in wood making it a great venue for private gatherings and parties alike.

    535 Canal Street
    Reading, PA 19602

    »The Brass Lantern

    If you are looking for a place to relax after work, then head to the Brass Lantern. It is a local pub that offers great entertainment and a fun atmosphere. There is a never a dull moment here and the place is always abuzz with action; live music concerts, theme parties and DJ nights are a regular feature here. That's not it, The Brass Lantern has pool tables, foosball, electronic darts and arcade games too. As far as menu is concerned, guests can choose from different varieties of beers ranging from domestic to imported, and you can also savor regular pub food and short eats like sandwiches and burgers. For gig guide and other details, check website.

    1350 North 12th Street
    Reading, PA 19604

    »Ugly Oyster, The

    The oldest pub in the Berks County, this Irish pub was originally built in Yorkshire, England, by traditional English craftsmen, then disassembled, transported, and reconstructed by those same craftsmen at its current location. Dishes such as USDA prime steak, catch-of-the-day, homemade soups, and succulent seafood dishes are served daily for lunch and dinner in an authentic Celtic atmosphere. The on site bar is stocked with over 80 beers from all around the world and the Guinness is always tapped to the strict specifications of Arthur Guinness himself.

    21 South Fifth Street
    Reading, Pennsylvania 19602

    »Ship Inn

    Formerly known as a tavern , the Ship Inn was a beautiful amalgamation of the Georgian and Federal architectural styles that was spread over 1.2 acres (0.49 ha) of land. This structure that originally housed a tavern was in operation until 1854. Later, in the 20th Century, one saw an evolution of a restaurant in this structure. With the amazing food and the ambiance of the place, this restaurant came to be well known among the people and tourists for some lovely meals. This structure hit the registers of the National Historic Places in the year 1984.

    693 East Lincoln Highway
    Exton, PA 19341

    »Riverstone Cafe

    How about some great variety with your meal? Would you like some oysters, or tapas? Or maybe a pizza. Or you could choose to have them all here at Riverstone Cafe. The oysters are the freshest you will find around and the pizzas are delicious. The small plates allow you to try out a variety of dishes, but don't get carried away, since you could easily land up with a meal you just can't finish. A meal at Riverstone would be incomplete without trying out some excellent innovative martinis here.

    143 West Lincoln Highway
    Exton, PA 19341
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