'Bridgeport is a borough in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, 18 mi (29 km) north of Philadelphia on the Schuylkill River. Former industries included paper, flour, cotton, woolen mills, steel works, and brickyards. Bridgeport is 6 mi (9.7 km) east of Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. In 1777, during the American Revolutionary War, General George Washington and the Continental Army passed through Bridgeport on their way to their winter encampment in Valley Forge. 3,097 people lived in Bridgeport in 1900; 3,860 in 1910; and 5,904 in 1940. The population was 4,554 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Bridgeport
4.5 based on 171 reviews
This bakery has the best tomato pie and so many other types of breads. Tomato pie sauce was just sweet enough. Prices are reasonable. They also offer sandwiches and other Italian products.
4.5 based on 398 reviews
Feb 17 2018 -- Took my wife to Capital Grille for a surprise anniversary, Valentines Day and early birthday.
Staff was very polite and easy to deal with. Made reservations over the phone very easy. Arrived a little early staff was very nice wishing us happy anniversary and birthday sat us right away.
Waitress was great very pleasant. Cocktails are a little expensive $14 for a Manhattan 46 (it was very good) We ordered that bone in Filet with a side of mashed potato's and it was absolutely amazing highly recommend.
over all every one was very nice and accommodating food was amazing, only issue for us it was very expensive $200 including tip for 2 bone in filet, mash potato's and 2 cocktails.
4.5 based on 86 reviews
I've enjoyed Via Veneto Pizza for years. I agree they do an excellent Sicilian pizza, but don't limit yourself. They have an awesome menu and its good food. If you go on a Friday or Saturday night I'd recommend take out because its crowed. This place is worth a visit.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Our new brewpub in bridgeport features a full food menu with items made fresh from scratch daily and a 3 bbl small batch brewing system to turn out plenty of creative brews!
For now, the eager crew at Conshohocken Brewing gets three stars. They remodeled an old factory, taking the first two floors. Basic hard surfaces painted and industrial tables. They have some foam to deaden sound on the table bottoms. They do not have tvs or music blasting. We arrived and the friendly hostess said sit at the bar. They do not take cell phone numbers, which they should consider. We sat down and it took some time for service - beer flights are time consuming. Then we were called to the table. Our waitress knew the menu and was very good. The bistro sandwich was good, but came out only lukewarm. The 'shepherd's pie' was very heavy on potatoes. The other sandwiches were good. Various beers sampled and they rated very good. Bathrooms are modern and clean. Parking lot was full, but they have additional space across the street. Keep at it CBCB -- you can get up to four stars!
5 based on 20 reviews
My family loves Suzy-Jo donuts. Everything they make is great, but we we especially love their filled donuts - jelly, cream cheese, and peanut butter fluff are some of our favorites.
4 based on 565 reviews
We waited two hours to be seated and hour after that we finally got our food. We arrived at 4 in the afternoon and food served at 7 pm. Meals were very good (Shepherd's Pie, Grilled Pork Chop, crab bites, tacos, steak enchiladas). Cheesecake was also very good but none was worth the three hour wait...never again.
4.5 based on 158 reviews
The StoneRose Restaurant strives to be Conshohocken's destination for inspired cuisine focusing on the bounty of quality seasonal ingredients right from our backyard in southeastern Pennsylvania. In addition to our lunch and dinner menus, we offer a beer list featuring the best local craft brews, Conshohocken's finest wine list and perfectly created cocktails.
Found this place through TripAdvisor and was really impressed.
Nice understated place on the Conshohocken main street with a nice quiet and friendly atmosphere.
The food was great. We had the calamari between three of us and there was plenty and I had the sweet potato prosciutto gnocchi which was amazing (highly recommend).
Bar was good with all the drinks you would generally expect to find.
4 based on 359 reviews
Very expensive, lunch entrees range from $15 to $28, but it's well worth it. Cornbread was wonderful, very sweet and fluffy. The flatbread with rotisserie chicken, tomato, cheese, and pesto was so full of flavor. And the sea bass tacos with a lime sauce and guacamole was absolutely delightful. Tender chunks of fish with a crispy outside. Wonderful flavor and just the right amount of heat. Service was great, too.
4.5 based on 105 reviews
I have been going to Bluefin for over a decade. I have watched the place grow from a small stripmall establishment with a huge commitment to procuring the highest quality product (from NYC at least twice a week) to the polished establishment it has now become in East Norriton. The great thing in this evolution is that Yueng, the owner, has kept his eye fixed on quality throughout this growth process. The food? Everything is really good.....so be adventurous......don't stick with the same old stuff that you have ordered forever when going out for sushi. Ask their wait staff.....they are also excellent. Another tip......don't miss the appetizers! Try the "Tuna Sundae" or the "Crazy Bowl" and you'll immediately see what I mean. For the main course, my personal preference is sashimi....but really everything is great....whether you prefer sushi, rolls, sashimi or even tempura. Bottom line....to my knowledge, this is the best sushi spot in the entire Philadelphia area.....bar none!
4.5 based on 45 reviews
Sat at the counter and within 5 minutes became part of several friendly conversations with the other patrons and staff.
Cheese steak was the best I've had. There should be a religion devoted to the red pepper relish. So good!
Don't be discouraged by the street parking. There are spots behind the building. Can't wait to come back.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.