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The Sedona Taphouse menu showcases a variety of handheld items, gluten-free dishes, pastas and wood grilled selections.

Sedona Taphouse to Open 12th Location in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania

March 15, 2019 Industry News

The 12th Sedona Taphouse location will open in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, on Monday, March 18, making it the first location in the state for the restaurant concept.

“We are ecstatic to add Phoenixville to the Sedona Taphouse family,” says DJB Hospitality LLC/ Sedona Taphouse Restaurants Founder and CEO, Dennis Barbaro.

The new Phoenixville store location is owned by locals, David Trout and Peter Shivery.

“We hope to enhance the already vibrant and eclectic dining, shopping, and art scene in Phoenixville. Our expansive outdoor dining space will launch later in the spring accommodating over 100 diners with a full bar, luxury seating, outdoor couches and firepits,” says Trout.

All proceeds from opening night will be donated to the Headstrong Foundation in support of the Charlotte Grace Fund, which provides financial assistance to families of children that are battling pediatric cancers.

The Sedona Taphouse concept features hundreds of craft beers, hand-cut steaks, and seafood in a vibrant and sophisticated environment. Known for its ‘Steak Out for Charity’ program and happy hour specials, the restaurant chain is seen as a local favorite, with five locations in Virginia, three in the tri-state area (New Jersey, New York and Connecticut), one in Michigan, one in Tennessee, and one in Kentucky.

Through the ‘Steak Out for Charity’ program, the restaurant has donated nearly $1 million to local charities that directly impact the communities it serves. Sedona Taphouse also rewards local heroes (retired military, police, fire fighters, teachers, 9-1-1 dispatchers, nurses and EMS personnel) through discounts and special days that pay homage to their service.

The Sedona Taphouse menu showcases a variety of handheld items, gluten-free dishes, pastas and wood grilled selections. While known for its hundreds of craft beers, the restaurant’s beverage menu includes several handcrafted cocktails and martinis, with a wine list highlighting producers from around the world.

“We go beyond the traditional tap house,” says Barbaro. “Our signature food items and craft beverage selections are guest favorites, and we feature weekly specials, curated in-house, by our own executive chef.”

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