Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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Majolica

Resurgent Phoenixville has a gem in this charming husband-and-wife bistro, which has transformed a derelict tavern into one of the area's best new BYOBs. Chef Andrew Deery's elegant New American menu showcases vivid combinations of good ingredients; wife Sarah Johnson guides the pleasant front-of-the-house staff with grace.

Majolica


258 Bridge St.
Phoenixville , PA 19460
(610) 917-0962
Neighborhood: Phoenixville Parking: There is a small free lot behind the restaurant accessible from Gay Street, and street parking is free after 6 p.m.
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Cuisine type: European; French
Meals Served:   Dinner
Style: Resurgent Phoenixville has a gem in this charming husband-and-wife bistro, which has transformed a derelict tavern into one of the area's best new BYOBs. Chef Andrew Deery's elegant New American menu showcases vivid combinations of good ingredients; wife Sarah Johnson guides the pleasant front-of-the-house staff with grace.
Specialties: Mussels with Pernod butter; veal sweetbreads; corn soup with fried clams; duck with apricot marmalade; steak frites; porcini-dusted halibut; lamb loin; salmon with truffle nage; Hendricks Farm cheese plate; profiteroles; figs with honey ice cream.
Smoking: No smoking.
Hours: Tues-Sun (dinner only)