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P.J. Whelihan’s 20th Location Set to Open in Hatfield

The PJW Restaurant Group is slated to open its 20th P.J. Whelihan’s location in early August. Located in the Hatfield Pointe shopping center at 190 Forty Foot Road, Hatfield, PA 19440, the opening will mark the 27th restaurant overall for the growing group. 

P.J. Whelihan’s 20th location is set to open in August in Hatfield, PA. (Photo: Binswanger)

The 6,000 square foot space, designed and constructed by Eimer Design and Schorn Construction respectively, is anything but your run-of-the-mill sports bar. The interior space features custom woodwork throughout, comfortable seating and a state-of-the-art entertainment package, including nearly 40 80-inch screens that take game day to the next level. Guests can also opt to dine on the impressive outdoor patio, featuring a full bar and even more TV screens.

P.J. Whelihan’s has always been geared to serve everyone from families and sports fans to those seeking night and weekend entertainment, and Hatfield is no exception. The extensive menu can be enjoyed 7 days a week for dine-in, takeout or even delivery. Fan favorites include PJs famous wings with one of 11 signature sauce options ($8.99 – $29.99), burgers, which can be customized to be vegan or vegetarian ($11.49 – $16.99), and the deliciously addictive salted caramel crunch cookie ($6.99). The main 36-seat bar will house 44 taps and feature local beers, including its signature 22oz. PJW Copper Lager, brewed exclusively for the restaurant by Victory Brewing Company ($5 all day, every day). 

“We couldn’t be more excited to become a part of the vibrant and growing Hatfield community. One of our main goals is to become our guests’ favorite spot to meet up with friends, family, coworkers and of course, be the best spot to catch a game,” said Jim Fris, CEO of the PJW Restaurant Group. “Community and giving back are the cornerstones of what we do, and we look forward to further immersing ourselves and strengthening relationships in the Montgomery County community.”

The newest outpost of P.J. Whelihan’s will bring 100 full and part-time jobs to the Hatfield area and will continue to support the local community through its Dine and Donate program.

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