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Introducing the Restaurant Guide

The first addition to 'The Area' is available. I have started a restaurant guide which will be a listing of all of the restaurants in our area. You will notice that the list is incomplete but that is where you come in! My hope is to get your input so that its as complete a guide as possible. If you see something that is missing and/or incorrect, please send me an email at tips@bridgeandmain.com.

I plan to add a number of features to this section including the ability to post reviews and ratings. I also plan to add additional categories of businesses like Home Furnishing, Clothing, Convenience Stores, etc. I'd love to hear what you think!

Thanks.

Jim

Comments

Ed Jones said…
Thanks for providing an up-to-date listing of Phoenixville restaurants. I hope to see others added in the future (at least those within a 2-5 mile radius of Phoenixville).
Anonymous said…
Don't forget the much-anticipated Spiedie Bistro!

http://www.spiediebistro.com/SPIEDIEBISTRO_PAGE.html
JW said…
Thanks. I have added a number of additional one's this morning and will continue to do so as people let me know what I have missed! Stay tuned for additional features which will hopefully make it that much more useful.
Anonymous said…
Thai Place Restaurant
700 Nutt Rd., # 730
Phoenixville, PA 19460
(610) 917-9943
(610) 917-9467
JW said…
thanks!
Anonymous said…
Bookend Cafe
847 Valley Forge Rd
610-933-4649
Mike2131 said…
Bravo Pizza is no longer on Nutt Road. They closed up shop and opened on Kimberton Road months later over by the new bank.

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