Philadelphia, PA - PJW Restaurant Group has launched its most recent P.J. Whelihan’s in Horsham, PA. Making it the group's 25th eating venue which includes P.J. Whelihan’s, the recently opened ChopHouse Grille, Central Taco & Tequila, The Pour House, Treno Pizza Bar, and The ChopHouse.
P.J. Whelihan Opens in Montgomery County
The newest restaurant was designed by Stokes Architecture featuring a warm wood tone interior complemented by industrial greys, open ductwork, together with decorative beams.
The bar is going to accommodate 48 taps, including hometown beers such as Neshaminy Creek Brewing, Workhorse Brewing Company, Free Will Brewing, Conshohocken Brewing plus PJW Copper Lager, explicitly homebrewed for the restaurant by Victory Brewing Company.
The restaurant features 63 TVs as well as a 10-by-10-foot video wall in the main dining room, delivering on PJ’s notoriety as a sports fan destination. The restaurant is a perfect spot for families, sports fans, happy hour patrons as well as those looking for night and weekend entertainment.
The menu boasts PJ’s faves such as their famous wings with 12 different sauce options among them PJ’s trademark sauce Hot n’ Honey, 10 varieties of burgers including beef, veggie, turkey, bison or Beyond Meat patties options, and desserts which include their famous Salted Caramel Crunch Cookie skillet.
Located in the Pennsylvania Business Campus at 101 Easton Road, Suite 300, open Monday through Thursday 11 AM to 1 AM, Friday and Saturday 11 AM to 2 AM and Sunday 11 AM to 12 AM.
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