Dining Is Better In Boyertown
Offering gourmet breakfasts, a seasonal lunch menu and a wide selection of coffees, teas and drinks, the café is located in a beautifully renovated carriage house with brick walls decorated with old maps and Boyertown memorabilia. Fresh ingredients for sandwiches, soups and salads are sourced from local farms. During the warmer months, you can relax on the beautiful patio surrounded by flowering magnolia trees, while watching activities in the train yard. Enjoy dining where you can always expect a warm welcome, and delicious treats.
Boyertown has its very own vegan restaurant, where you can enjoy 100% plant-based salads, sandwiches – and fabulous gluten free cookies – among other goodies. The Firefly Café sources only the best ingredients including local favorites of fresh baked breads from Frecon Farms and just picked hydroponic greens from Butter Valley Harvest. They also offer organic fair-trade coffee from One Village, plus the best vegan cheese, mayonnaise and other products from America’s best suppliers.
Located in the old Boyertown Brewery, Boyertown’s own craft brewery has grown from a sleepy little café to an entertainment venue with a deliciously unique menu. In addition to brewing their own classic beers with locally grown hops, The Other Farm also serves their favorite ciders and wines made by other artisans throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania. Serving both small places and dinner sized portions, they offer traditional favorites such as macaroni and cheese, homemade pierogies, burgers, sandwiches, seasonal salads and wood fired pizza. Music offerings bring the community together to enjoy a variety of sounds.
Enjoy Boyertown’s newest full-service restaurant, an upscale and yet approachable dining experience in the newly renovated rustic space in Downtown Boyertown. The entire menu, based on Northern Italian fare, features a wide variety of gourmet meatballs. First, diners select their meatballs, made from a selection of fresh, classic beef, innovative grinds of chicken and even seafood. Then a sauce is selected, an explosive flavor that perfectly accents the meatball choice and choose their presentation – whether in a sandwich, a bowl with signature sides, or an elegant plated entrée. In addition, there are plenty of other entrée choices, starters, salads, soups and sides, with gluten free, vegetarian, and vegan options are available. The bar is stocked with the finest selection of bourbon as well as locally sourced wine and craft beers, and legendary hand-crafted cocktails are available upon request.
In the early 1940s, Boyertown hosted three walk-up ice cream stands – lovingly referred to by locals as the “Cups.” Chris Dietz restored one of these quaint icons into CDs Place, where the main theme is music. Album covers and ticket stubs cover the counter, guitars hang on the walls and there’s even a Velvet Elvis! Open early every morning for breakfast, there is a full menu of eggs, omelets, sandwiches, specialties, pancakes and waffles. Lunch includes fresh made burgers, dogs, steaks, hoagies, sandwiches, salads, and even Chris’ signature Jamaican Jerk Chicken!
This is pizza, stromboli and Italian dishes straight from Italy. Owner, Carmelo, born in Italy, learned to make traditional, authentic dishes from family, like so many other Italian cooks. Stop in to order traditional pizza, gourmet pizza, a wide selection of stromboli, and dinners that feature a variety of pasta. They even have a gluten free pizza selection. Carmelo’s also features a full menu of appetizers, steak sandwiches, hot sandwiches, club sandwiches, quesadillas, hoagies, wraps, wings, salads and desserts.
Enjoy a vast menu of varied selections at Saville’s Diner, the largest diner in the Boyertown area. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day from offerings that include appetizers and snacks, salads, sandwiches and wraps, a burger bazaar, breakfast selections, cold platters, chicken and veal dishes, roast beef and steaks, pork chops, seafood, beverages, and desserts. If you’re dining with your children, there’s a special menu just for them.
If you grew up in the 50s and 60s when jukeboxes were all the rage, listened to Elvis and Buddy Holly on 45 vinyl records prepare to go back to that era at the Jukebox Café. A vintage Bubbler jukebox plays songs from the 50’s 60’s and pink, teal, black and white checkered patterns compete with two-tone Chevy car seat booths. Enjoy the best part of your experience – the food. All day breakfast includes French toast, pancakes, omelets and eggs fixed any way you want them or a lunch of deli, club or hoagie with soup or salad, quesadillas, wraps and more. Bring the kids for a Mickey Mouse or Cinderella waffle.
Proudly owned by the same family for over 20 years, Gramia’s offers a full menu for a fabulous breakfast and a lunch and sides menu, Sunday through Wednesday. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday, they extend their hours and menu to include dinner entrees made with beef, pork, chicken and seafood dishes, beer and wine. Follow your meal with scrumptious desserts, including ice cream sundaes, and luscious pies. Entertain the kids with a great menu at very reasonable prices. Long day? Grab a cold one, a full dinner and relax.
With a name like Durango’s Saloon you’d expect to find a full bar, a good selection of regular and craft beers on tap and a place to watch the game on a big screen TV. Indeed you will find all that at Durango’s, plus a full menu of appetizers, lite fare, steaks, BBQ ribs, seafood, chicken, soup and sides, burgers, sandwiches and wraps, and even a “build your own” burger choice. Guests appreciate the excellent service, exceptional food and interesting fun décor, with a cost quite reasonable for what you are savor.
If you’re looking for the equivalent of Cheers, stop into Iezzi’s on Third, which has been a community fixture since 1935. The cozy bar has been updated with a totally new menu, including such delights as Bang Bang shrimp, Diablo stuffed burger and beer battered fish and chips. A complete renovation added more seating, flat screen televisions, new heating and air conditioning and a fully refurbished bar. To keep the comfortable feel, reclaimed wood walls and bar top were complemented with original brick. More than one visit and you can count on it to be a place where “everyone knows your name”.
The warm, rustic, comfortable, open and inviting atmosphere of the Barrel & Ale welcomes family and friends to gather, relax, and enjoy their dining experience. Locally sourced ingredients are combined into time-honored German Comfort foods, complemented by steaks, seafood, unique culinary creations, and family favorites from Executive Chef Michael Markoski. There is ample seating in the dining room, a large full bar featuring barrel-aged Bourbon Whiskeys, Hand-Crafted Cocktails, German Beers, and traditional favorites served on Whiskey Barrel high-top tables. In warm weather, enjoy dining in the inviting outdoor Biergarten.
It’s been almost 75 years since The Grill Shop served its first breakfast in Boyertown. Now, open between 6ish and 2 pm, both breakfast and lunch are served all day. This favorite spot for locals is well known for “The Mess’ – a mixture of fresh cut home fries and scrambled eggs with a choice of meats, cheeses and veggies. For lunch, it is all about the special chili sauce, served atop the burgers and hot dogs. Weekly specials are available at both breakfast and lunch, including better-for-you options, and amazing inventions like crabby eggs benedict. And all of these for amazingly reasonable prices.
Manatawny – “the place we meet to drink”- is the perfect name for the Manatawny Still Works, a state-of-the-art distiller, producing the highest quality, small-batch handcrafted spirits. They are creating a surprising variety of spirits like their Keystone Whiskey while also producing other offerings like their Hidden River Barrel Rested Gin, T Rutter Rum, Three Bitches Wheat Vodka, Maple Whiskey, Swarmbustin’ Honey Whiskey, and Apple Brandy. The Still Works is in an old repurposed industrial space in Pottstown where visitors can have a good time. Take a tour, attend a bottling workshop, or just come to sip.