Popular Pub, Restaurant Chain Opens Its First Location in Bucks County
A new dining establishment in Bucks County has officially opened, offering a new spot for local residents to enjoy their time at. Chris Rollins wrote about the new establishment for 94.5 WPST.
P.J. Whelihan’s Pub + Restaurant has officially opened its first Bucks County location in Doylestown where it will offer its usual fare of wings, burgers, and beer. This 22nd addition to the popular chain has a cool and casual vibe.
“As a part of the Doylestown community, P.J. Whelihan’s is dedicated to serving families, sports fans, happy hour patrons, and those seeking a night out,” wrote the eatery on its website.
“Extra-large televisions will keep guests in the middle of all the sports action with great views from the comfortable bar area and surrounding high-tops for game day.”
And beer lovers will feel right at home at Bucks County’s newest drinking and dining addition.
The establishment offers a “robust, rotating beer selection including P.J.W Copper Lager, brewed exclusively for P.J. Whelihan’s by Victory Brewing Company,” states the website.
P.J. Whelihan’s also features private party packages and Military Mondays, when all active and former military receive a discount.
It is open from 11 AM – 11 PM Sunday through Thursday and 11 AM – 1 AM Friday and Saturday.
Read more about P.J. Whelihan’s at 94.5 WPST.
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