Nestled in the quaint town of Doylestown, Bucks County The Freight House Restaurant seamlessly blends an historic location with a modern, fresh menu that changes seasonally.
Executive Chef Joshua Homacki formerly of some of Philadelphia's most well known and respected restaurants, employs his culinary philosophy of using only the freshest and best ingredients, utilizing locally grown and produced items whenever possible and putting a twist on the traditional!
Fine dining in a fun atmosphere is easily reachable from nearby Montgomery, Bucks, Delaware and Philadelphia Counties via car or SEPTA's R5 train which conveniently stops adjacent to the restaurant. Ample parking is available on-site, but many diners choose to enjoy the leisurely ride of the train taking in the sites of the City and suburbs and avoid the hustle of traffic.
The Freight House restaurant is located in a formerly fully operational freight house at the end of SEPTA's Lansdale/Doylestown line. The building was abandoned and in disrepair until 2003 when the restaurant's investors saw the beauty in the building and worked closely with Doylestown's Historical Architectural Review Board and SEPTA to return the site to its former glory while maintaining much of its historical charm.
Guests enter to a chic lounge with a-larger-than-life commissioned mural and stylish furniture. Dramatic high ceilings with exposed ductwork, antique fixtures, original art, comfortable leather banquettes and interior brick walls add to the ambiance.
The exterior is all about fun featuring an expansive deck with shuffle board, fire pits and contemporary plush outdoor lounge furniture arranged in private pods perfect for sharing drinks and bites with friends or a romantic evening for two.
When the big game is on guests can enjoy it on two flat screen televisions inside or two flat screen televisions outside on the deck.