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Phoenixville Restaurant Openings and Closings



The beloved Marly’s BYOB has closed its doors on Phoenixville’s Bridge Street. The announcement was made on Facebook last week:

“Due to unforeseen circumstances, Marly’s will be closing as of Sunday, July 23, 2017. We have spent nine great years in Phoenixville and will miss you all.”

No word yet on what might take the well-loved restaurant’s place.


After the recent opening of Root Down Brewing Company in the borough comes the news that another brewery will join the ranks of the burgeoning beer town—Rebel Hill Brewing Company.

The new venture will be located at 420 Schuylkill Road near the intersection of Rapps Dam Road, and is owned by husband-and-wife team Greg and Corrinne Kluge. Greg has been homebrewing for more than 10 years and Corrinne has an extensive background in marketing.

Rebel Hill will boast a 30–40 seat tap room and a seasonal outdoor beer garden with an additional 40 seats. Food will not be made in-house, though. Instead, they’ll be partnering with several local restaurateurs and food trucks. Look for an October opening.

Morrell Park, a farm-to-table BYOB, will also be opening in the same development as Rebel Hill. Morrell Park is the new venture from restaurateur Michael Falcone, who used to run Pottstown’s Funky ‘Lil Kitchen and is the chef behind HEART Food Truck.

Morrell Park is named for the neighborhood in Northeast Philly where Falcone grew up. The menu will mesh the best of Funky ‘Lil Kitchen and HEART with a focus on local and seasonal cuisine. Expect a fall opening, as well.