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Kicking off the week with another one of our Philadelphia guides and focusing on the quaint little town of Conshohocken. (sometimes referred to as “Conshy” by the locals) Let me first say that B and I LOVE this little town. It’s easy to get to, there is tons of parking and it is the home of some of our favorite restaurants and bars. Another plus to the area is that there is a train station that you can hop on and be in downtown Philadelphia in just a few minutes.
Things to do
Bike trails: Conshohocken is know for it’s many beautiful bike trails. Load up the bikes and prepare for beautiful river views and maybe even a stop at a local brewery along the trails. If you aren’t the biking type, no worries!! The trails are perfect for a lovely stroll with you love or even your furry friends!
Edwards-Freeman Nut Company: an adorable turn on the century nut and candy store that sells fresh roasted nuts. Will bring you back to your childhood day of penny candy shopping. This place is definitely a must on your trip to Conshohocken.
Where to Eat
There are soooo many places to eat in Conshy. The places listed below are our all-time faves. They are so good that we go back again and again!!
Bar Lucca: This place is top-notch!! Everything we ever had here has been absolutely fabulous. The atmosphere is gorgeous and even has some outdoor seating as well. If you are looking to splurge, try the tasting menu. We tried it with a group of friends and each course was better than the next. Plus, there was sooo much food, we even got to take some of those delicious eats home.
The StoneRose: Another winner!! The StoneRose is a lovely little restaurant. They have a unique menu and the food presentation is quite stellar. They take a lot of pride in the quality of the food and it shows. Plus, they have a great wine selection. Located on the main street in Conshy, Fayette Street.
Coyote Crossing: Mexican food and a colorful fun vibe? Sign me up!! This little gem has been a longtime fave of mine. First, if you don’t know already, i’m kind of obsessed with Mexican food. Second, the atmosphere of this place is pretty unique. It’s best asset IMO is the outdoor element. It has a lovely patio complete with umbrella, twinkle lights, and an outdoor bar. If you visit, you must try the guacamole!!
Where to Imbibe
Conshohocken Brewing Company: If you are a craft beer lover, you must stop here. There are so many great things to say about this place….the beer, the cool garage doors that open up to the bike trails, and the industrial style decor. Plus, it’s pet friendly AND you can ride your bike right up and enjoy a cold brew!!
Coyote Crossing: Did somebody say margarita??? How about a margarita tower?? Yeah, you heard me right. You can get a whole self-serve tower of margaritas to enjoy with your crew. Plus, this place has a signature Mezcal bar with fifteen different options and is the only one of its kind in the area.
Man, thinking about all those delicious eats and drinks is making me hungry!! If i ride my bike to Conshy, I can justify drinking the margarita tower by myself, right??? Have you ever been to Conshy? What’s your fave place there?
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