Spring has finally sprung and Main Street is becoming packed! But the weather is not the only new aspect that has joined us here in Manayunk. SIX new businesses have recently opened up here on Main Street and here’s a little glance of what they have to offer.
Tiny Terra Ferma is a garden supply and landscape design studio. Open only Thursday through Sunday; stop in for a consultation on how to transform your green space in your own backyard, community, or work! They are located at 4324 Main Street.
Stop into the newest hot spot on Main Street! The Goat’s Beard offers house made pastas, burgers, and desserts. In addition, there are gluten free options as well. Wash down your delicious meal with a unique craft beer or choose from Philadelphia’s largest selection of domestic whiskeys and wines. The Goat’s Beard can be found at 4201 Main Street.
Looking for a new pair of jeans? There is a new, trendy shop to town called Bleu Denim. Bleu Denim promotes the authentic, all-American style. All clothing is made here in America and sold at a reasonable price. You can find this newest clothing store at 4329 Main Street.
As a fitness-focused town, JL Racing is a perfect new addition to the district. Come to the newest store at 4361 Main Street and see the premiere cycling, rowing, and track apparel that JL Racing offers.
Always greeted with a friendly smile from owner, Smiley, Smiley’s Café is quickly becoming a local favorite here in Manayunk. Smiley’s Café offers food with a Mediterranean twist. Stop into 110 Cotton Street and experience the warm hello and a delicious smoothie, falafel, meat platter, banana bread… the list goes on and on!
The Groom Room, Manayunk’s newest dog groomer, can be found at 111 Grape Street. As well as a quick one hour grooming process, they also sells pet supplies. Drop by to get your dog a new do!
Finally, look forward to these new restaurants opening in Manayunk: Taqueria Feliz plans to be a casual restaurant with a focus on tacos, enchiladas, and tortas. Harvest Seasonal Grill plans to join Manayunk in September with an emphasis on high quality, farm fresh food.