Now that we’ve entered the yellow phase of Governor Wolf’s reopening plan, in-store shopping and outdoor dining options are in full swing in Doylestown. Yesterday, store owners were able to open their doors and welcome in shoppers eager to buy items from local stores and show support for the area businesses that have been on a hiatus since March. In addition, local restaurants who have access to outdoor dining space welcomed in diners for alfresco offerings.
Dining in Doylestown: What You Need to Know
For those individuals who can’t wait to be seated at the table of their favorite Doylestown eatery, here are some details to keep in mind as you make your way to the restaurant of your choice:
- Make sure the Doylestown restaurant offers outdoor dining options: Not all restaurants have the space for outdoor dining, so not all eateries will be offering this option. However, many Doylestown restaurants have been offering takeout and delivery services and will still continue to do so.
- Ask about reservations: Since outdoor seating is limited for most restaurants, call your dining spot of choice to see if you need to make a reservation to enjoy a meal there.
- Ask about menus: Some restaurants will be offering full menus while others will have a limited menu at this time.
- Additional restrictions: Each restaurant may have individual restrictions in place, such as wearing a mask when waiting for a table or time limits for dining, so be sure to ask in advance.
Some of the Doylestown restaurants that are offering outdoor dining include:
- Jules Thin Crust
- Genevieve’s Kitchen
- Villa Capri
- Station Tap House
- Cross Keys Diner
- Aunt Judy’s Family Restaurant
- Water Wheel Tavern
- Pag’s Pub
- And more!
Shopping in Doylestown: What You Need to Know
Shop owners in Doylestown enthusiastically threw open their doors yesterday, welcoming in shoppers to peruse and purchase. With safety precautions in place, Doylestown businesses are making it possible for patrons to support the business, purchase what they want and need, and do so safely. Masks are required inside of the establishments and rules regarding the maximum number of in-store shoppers are in place.
Ready to visit your favorite Doylestown shop? Here are some of the stores that are now open for in-store shopping:
- Shop Vintage Alley
- Lotus Apparel and Home
- Doylestown Bookshop
- Something Else
- The Yellow Door
- Nomad Supply Company
- Fabby-Do (curbside pickup and offering reservations for outdoor creativity sessions)
- Carroll’s Jewelers
- Bella’s Boutique
- And many more!
Support Local Doylestown Businesses
As more and more stores and restaurants reopen to the public, it’s a great time to show support for local Doylestown business owners. Let’s show these fabulous individuals that we’re behind them 100% and ready to buy their products and enjoy their food!