Food & Drink in Phoenixville

Upscale American Cuisine at Twenty9 in Malvern (Up to 51% Off). Two Options Available.

Twenty9 Restaurant & Bar

East Whiteland

Bacon enfolds filet mignon in upstairs dining room & gourmet toppings shower half-pound burgers in sports lounge below

$40 $22

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Sushi and Japanese and Chinese Cuisine for Takeout or Dine-In at Lemon Street Restaurant (Up to 50% Off)

Lemon Street Restaurant

Malvern

Squid, mackerel, salmon, and tuna sushi, Japanese udon and bento boxes, and Chinese peking duck and egg rolls

$20 $12

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$49 for Two Groupons for the Valley Forge Beer Festival ($88.46 Total Value)

Valley Forge Beer Festival

The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center

Tickets include a 5-ounce tasting glass, a 2-ounce pour line, and samples from participating breweries

$44.23 $24.50

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Visit to the Coffee & Tea Festival for Two or Four (50% Off)

Coffee & Tea Festival - Philly

Greater Philadelphia Expo Center

Festival featured on Food Network brings together more than 60 vendors to showcase top-shelf brewables and host tastings and pairings

$20 $10

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$15 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Food at Akio Sushi

Akio Sushi

Malvern

Sushi rolls including the Aki Alaskan salmon roll, Devil roll with whitefish and jalapenos, and Angel roll with tuna and pineapple

$30 $15

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French Cuisine at SIPS Bistro & Bar (47% Off). Four Options Available.

SIPS Bistro & Bar

Phoenixville

French specialties such as housemade crepes, duck confit, and bouillabaisse abound in a historic building with a brick courtyard

$60 $32

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$20 for $40 Worth of Mediterranean-Italian Fusion at Valley Forge Trattoria and Lounge

Valley Forge Trattoria and Lounge

Phoenixville

Cozy lounge complete with roaring fireplace sets the scene for gorgonzola pizzas, crab cake sandwiches, and cannoli with real cream cheese

$40 $20

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Chef Stephen Guiseppe relishes a good countdown. In the kitchen of Cedar Hollow Inn, he often improvises his daily specials an hour before the menu goes live, crafting modern American meals to complement his pre-existing plates. These entrees add a gourmet twist to traditional comfort food and pub fare—the buttermilk fried chicken still boasts a topping of country gravy, but it also arrives with blue-cheese-braised kale, and the pan-roasted rainbow trout is dressed in the surprising tang of a vanilla-citrus glaze. Though Chef Stephen doesn't shy from robust helpings of meat—the menu offers lobster, filet mignon, duck, and pork belly—he also pioneers small plates. The bar features duck quesadillas and lamb sliders as alternatives to traditional countertop eats, such as chewable drink coasters.

Cedar Hollow Inn balances its contemporary menu with a historical locale. The building, which was constructed in the mid 1800s, resembles a rustic mansion, lined with wide, gridded windows that fill the archways of the sun porch. Guests can dine there, in the dining room, or at the bar, where trivia and Name That Tune competitions encourage competitive chatter on Tuesday and Sunday. Live music plays in the evenings on Thursday–Saturday, enticing guests to remain after their meals and sample one of many rotating craft beers.

2455 Yellow Springs Rd
Malvern,
PA
US

Pete Giannopoulos dropped a corporate sales job in 1994 in pursuit of his long-held dream of opening a brewpub. Although the beer adventure was originally a family-only endeavor, Pete has enlisted the expertise of various brewers over the years—2002 saw the arrival of head brewmaster Brian O’Reilly, who has been crafting the award-winning beers on tap ever since. Despite its beer-centricity, Slyfox Brewery is equally adept at attracting customers with its spread of juicy eats. The wraps, half-pound burgers, and flatbread pizzas that populate the pub’s menu partner with fresh brews more naturally than two baristas performing a tango. Chefs also add ale to dishes such as the beer-battered onion rings and the Dunkel lager cheese sauce that complements hearty pub pretzels.

519 Kimberton Rd
Phoenixville,
PA
US

Housemade marinades infuse Tortuga's Mexican Restaurant’s meaty dishes with pops of flavor. Chefs drench fajitas’ skirt steak in a marinade and saturate creamy chipotle-chicken pieces in a smoky jalapeño cream sauce. Lime juice with cilantro and a spicy red chili also flavor meats, which are then stuffed inside a burrito, served on a bed of rice, or displayed on a fluffy pillow. Meat-free dishes include cheesy enchiladas and a trio of tacos filled with beans, cheese, and guacamole.

305 2nd Ave
Collegeville,
PA
US

The chefs at PJ Ryan's Pub sling their hearty menu’s worth of burgers and steaks into a congenial atmosphere supported by cheerful Irish tidings. An appetizer sets the meal's mood, whether generating harmony with a sharable pair of sliders (a $9 value) or fried calamari (a $7.50 value) or injecting excitement with a cage match over who gets to lick the bowl of west coast crab dip (a $9 value). Sheperd's pie (a $12 value) tempts mouths with draped layers of beef with roasted vegetables, garlic mashed potatoes, and cheddar cheese. Chefs transform seafaring bounty by broiling tender scallops in a delicate lemon-white-wine sauce (a $16.50 value) or browning lump crab into perfectly bronzed crab cakes served alongside piquant rémoulade (an $18 value).

231 Bridge St
Phoenixville,
PA
US

Twenty9 Restaurant& Bar splits its two levels into contemporary dining and a casual pub atmosphere.Upstairs, cool grey and black tones are accented with textured rock walls, and tables populate with plates of black pepper crusted filet mignon and diver scallops. The lunch menu bedecks the lower level’s high top tables with hickory smoked pulled pork flatbreads, fish tacos, and chipotle crab salad piled atop burgers.

Both levels of the eatery are prime for entertaining, as musicians string notes together inside, and happy hour drinks pass through hands out on the outdoor deck. The chefs multiply their food creation to cater events at Twenty9, from business luncheons to elegant weddings and Babysitters’ Club meetings.

16 Great Valley Pkwy.
Malvern,
PA
US

Bob’s Haven Deli delivers to homes within 5 miles, and clients can also opt to pick up their pizzas themselves.

1442 Charlestown Rd
Phoenixville,
PA
US