An important tradition of our close-knit, Italian family is gathering around fresh, delicious food and although the restaurant names and locations have changed over the years, our core values have been the same since 1974 – fresh, quality food, exceptional customer service, and a friendly atmosphere.
Located on the south side of the West Chester University campus, this recently opened diner is super clean, bright and decked out in WCU purple and gold—but it’s not just for students. Slinging a 24-hour menu that plates breakfast eggs, home fries, bacon and toast along with burgers, shakes and fries, the Rams Diner also offers free Wi-Fi and smiles with a hometown feel.
Roots was grown from an ambition to provide local, organic, and affordable food to our guests. Our mission is to serve the well-being of people and the planet by supporting sustainable farming practices and a healthy lifestyle. As we grow, we continue to build relationships with farms and food suppliers that will help us create a rotating menu consisting of organic, local, and sustainable ingredients.
Ryan’s Pub is known for its high quality food and drink served in a lively Irish American pub atmosphere. Whether it be for a quick lunch, after-work appetizers, or a delicious dinner with family and friends, Ryan’s Pub has street side seating along Gay St., a first floor bar and eating area and a second floor cozy and quiet dining room.
Come & relax with a sandwich and a cup of soup in front of our stone fireplace in our new country market! Or take a seat outside on our wraparound porch while eating ice cream and enjoying the beautiful view! Our cheese is made in a country store setting with state of the art equipment. For more info visit our website.
Sly Fox’s newest location just opened in Malvern. Sly Fox has brewed more than 100 different beers since the doors first opened in Phoenixville in December 1995. Several of them are available year-round on a rotating basis at our pub. Others are either seasonals, occasional brews or special one-time releases.