Butchertown might have once only been known for it’s namesake, but businesses in the area are changing its stigma. A wide range of restaurants and bars are opening, including Butchertown Grocery, which boasts an incredible meal as well as an excellent bar experience at night. If you’re looking for shopping options, look no further than Butchertown Market, where shops such as Work The Metal have something for anyone in any situation.
For someone looking for something a little more historic, visit the Thomas Edison House. Thomas Edison lived in the area for some time– perhaps even in this specific house! But regardless, a small museum in his honor is located inside the quaint home.
If you’re looking for office space, or to host an event, The Pointe can help with both. Office spaces are gorgeous and newly renovated, and the Barrel Room, the main event space at The Pointe, can hold up to 300 guests. Round out the day with a pop by Cooper & Kings Distillery for some brandy tasting. Butchertown is expanding and evolving– it’s definitely an area worth visiting often!