With more than 30 restaurants featuring 11 different international cuisines, Manayunk’s dining scene has something for everyone. From fine dining to a quick bite, Manayunk has the largest variety and the greatest concentration of food choices on one street in the greater Philadelphia region.
Manayunk’s al fresco dining scene is one of its most famous elements. Whether it's sitting along the river and enjoying the view or catching up with old friends and neighbors on the Main Street sidewalk, this outdoor dining scene is all part of Manayunk’s small town charm.
With the addition of two new markets in the district, locals can also easily pick something up to make at home or grab a quick snack while on the go.
Great food and drinks are always essential to every event and restaurants in the district are the key ingredient. From the annual Manayunk Arts Festival to the Manayunk StrEAT Food Festival and Restaurant Week, dining is an integral part of the Manayunk experience.
Simply put, Manayunk events draw more than half a million additional customers to the district each year, well above and beyond the normal visitor traffic. These dynamic events offer restaurants in the area an exciting opportunity to increase their customer base.
From long time iconic Manayunk restaurants like Jake’s & Cooper’s and The Manayunk Brewery, to the fresh tastes of Chabaa Thai Bistro and Yanako, the Manayunk restaurant scene has always been the key draw for Philadelphians and tourists alike.
Because Manayunk restaurateurs believe that more competition strengthens their own business, they meet regularly and work together to create promotions that benefit every businesses. So there’s always room for another restaurant. New flavors keep people coming back again and again.