Recent College Grads along with Young Professionals and Families.
The neighborhood is a picturesque hillside neighborhood with a mill-town heritage proudly. It has grown well beyond its historic industrial roots. With a 15min Min ride to the city it’s a destination for those who still want city living just a stones throw away.
Arts, Parks, Events, and Restaurants small town benefits with in the city limits.
Rental building, condos, along with multimillion dollar newly constructed homes. Manayunk is flourishing with new business and investment opportunities with new businesses poppin up regularly. Homeowners subsequently have seen a huge appreciation for their residential and commercial properties. Main Street and Ridge Avenue are flurried with new permits for bars, restaurants, and new local small businesses. Fall Manayunk and Roxborough have harvest festivals, where families can take part in fun seasonal activities. Fall also means Roxtoberfest, Roxborough’s neighborhood Oktoberfest along with Restaurant week both of which pale in comparision to the Roxborough Easter celebration and Manayunk Art festival in summer.
Shop on Germantown Avenue or lose yourself in greenery.
The main hub of on Main Street, features some of the best restaurants in the city where in warm weather you will be patrons dining from breakfast until the evening along with charming shops and restaurants. Pretzel Park Farmers’ Market, Pretzel Park, 4300 Silverwood St., 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays from mid-May through mid-November.
The area’s best local eats and treats!
When you think Philly you this Cheesesteaks and if you’re looking for the best search no further than Roxborough’s Dalessandro’s Steaks. If you questioned whether it’s the best the line outside will change your mind quickly. If you can’t wait for lunch try Winnie’s Manayunk, serving with a packed house brunch weekends since 2003.