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Phoenixville’s Steel City Coffee House Reopens Under New Ownership


Photo by Chorus Photography

Recently married duo Laura Vernola and Ed Simpson purchased Steel City Coffee House after it closed abruptly in May. Since reopening on June 15, Steel City has focused on continuing the tradition of great coffee, delicious food and incredible live entertainment.

Steel City Coffee House sources locally and supports small businesses. New at Steel City is Hobo Ed’s Artisan Coffee, sustainably grown, ethically sourced coffees roasted in small artisan batches at Stoudt’s Wonderful Good Market in Adamstown.  

 Laura Vernola and Ed Simpson//Photo by Kim Simpson Photography

“After meeting and tasting the many coffees of this region, we both agreed that Hobo Ed’s Coffee exceeded our expectations,” says Simpson. “Our customers rave about our cold brew on a daily basis and we are now brewing two batches a day.”

Steel City also works with Elizabeth Stoudt of Adamstown’s Wonderful Good Market, Beverly’s Pastry Shop in Pottstown and Baba’s Brew in Phoenixville. Steel City offers three seasonal types of Baba’s Brew Kombucha on tap. Baba’s Bucha is handcrafted in small batches using fair trade organic ingredients and local seasonal produce.

Photo by Chorus Photography

Breakfast is available all day and includes a green chili breakfast burrito, poached egg and potato breakfast bowl and an unbelievable breakfast flatbread. The full menu includes daily specials as well as soups, salads, sandwiches and a variety of baked goods.

Live performers will take the stage Thursday through Saturday.

203 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (484) 924-8425, www.steelcitycoffeehouse.com

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