Phoenixville, PA — Over the past few years, Phoenixville’s restaurant and brewery scene have exploded in popularity. From fast-casual to fine dining and everything in between, the restaurants in Phoenixville offer an array of amazing choices that will please a wide variety of palates. We have limited this guide to restaurants in Phoenixville and restaurants near Phoenixville.
Restaurants in Phoenixville
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Parking in Phoenixville
While it is true that parking in downtown Phoenixville can be a challenge, parking is available at the following locations:
Street parking is available on the 100, 200, and 300 blocks of Bridge Street, as well as on Gay and Main Streets, between Bridge and Church Streets. Street parking is free with a 2 hour limit per block.
There are also seven metered kiosk parking lots available in the Borough, located on Prospect Street, Main and Bridge Street, Mill Street, Taylor Alley Lot, Borough Hall Lot, Wheatland Street Lot, and Ashland Street Lot.
Please keep in mind that during Open Air Set Up on Bridge Street, the road on the 100 and 200 blocks of Bridge Street will close from 2pm Friday through 7am Monday and the Main and Bridge Street parking lot will also be closed for the duration of the road closure. Main Street and Gay Street will remain open.
Phoenixville Open-Air on Bridge Street
The 2022 dates for the open-air set up on Bridge Street in downtown Phoenixville are May 27th through October 3rd.
Fridays 4pm-11pm, Saturday/Sundays 7am-11pm
The road on the 100 and 200 blocks of Bridge Street will close from 2pm Friday through 7am Monday and the Main and Bridge Street parking lot will also be closed for the duration of the road closure. Main Street and Gay Street will remain open.