How can you make your Independence Day BBQ into a Taste of Conshy? From rolls, to beer to treats, Conshy has some great options. Here are five:
Rolls from the Conshohocken Italian Bakery
79-82 Jones Street
Any burger grilled in Conshohocken deserves to be served on a roll from the Conshohocken Italian Bakery. Options include a regular kaiser roll, seeded kaiser roll and a medium kaiser roll.
The bakery opened in Conshohocken in 1973.
Beer from the Conshohocken Brewing Co.
Get it at Below Deck Bottle Shop (downstairs at Flanigan’s Boathouse)
113 Fayette Street
Conshohocken Brewings’ Blood Money IPA is described by a reviewer on Beer Advocate as “Freshly squeezed grapefruit juice is wet along with some juicy orange juice hop notes. Fresh pale grains adds some sweetness to the backing with some wet citrus and lemon spicy hops providing a good zing.”
The Conshohocken Brewing Co. opened in 2014.
Pretty Tasty Cupcakes
1600 Butler Pike
Want to make sure your desserts can be enjoyed by everyone, including those with a nut allergy? Pretty Tasty Cupcakes is a nut free bakery offering cupcakes and other desserts.
Pretty Tasty Cupcakes opened in 2018.
Edwards Freeman Nut Co.
441 E Hector Street
Give the kids at your BBQ a treat with a lemon stick from Edwards Freeman Nut. Use the porous candy stick as a straw. A variety of flavo are available.
For the adults, soak the lemons in vodka.
Edwards Freeman Nut Co. was established in 1899.
Waffles from Waffatopia
Get them at the Conshohocken Italian Bakery
79-82 Jones Street
Waffatopia’s waffary makes Belgian liege style waffles in a variety of flavors right off Colwell Lane. Throw some ice cream on top or in between two waffles and you have the perfect July 4th dessert.
Waffatopia moved to Conshohocken in 2016.
Top image in article by Conshohoken Italian Bakery.
Second image from Conshohocken Brewing Co.
Third image is from Pretty Tasty Cupcakes.
Fourth image is from Giambri’s.
Bottom image is from @craftbyumh.