Located right on Main Street just a bit below the intersection of Court Street. Popular with locals, after-work crowd, bar scene crowd. Owners are nice guys. Gets pretty crowded on Friday and Saturday nights. Music can be intensely loud.
Dress Code: Good old fashioned bar. Food is more than adequate if you're there earlier in the day. Come as you are.
Do not goto this bar. The bouncers are all on steroids and tend to take out women while they are senselessly throwing beating up people beyond the point of doing their job. This is probably why the place is constantly closing early and there is always police around. The service is slow and aside from the female bartenders the rest are morons. there are plenty of far superior bars in the area such as stephanies or finneys.
Dress Code: normal
Fast becoming the most crowded bar in Doylestown. Generally a younger crowd, but still mixed. Crowded Thursday-Saturday. Usually has live music. Wanna watch the game? Its probably going to be on, but the musician will be standing directly in front of the screen and will probably express annoyance at you for watching it. Celebrity bartender nights featuring local characters is fun for us locals.
Dress Code: Come as you are.
Finney's is a good old fashioned, sawdust on the floor, "you pour 'em, I'll throw 'em back" kind of watering hole. Its popular with college students at local Delaware Valley College and "twenty-somethings" living locally. Its especially popular with us "borough rats." Rich, the bartender, is a local institution. Finney's packs them in on Thursdays and weekends, and especially with returning college students on holiday and summer college breaks. The bar area upstairs frequently has local bands or karoke nights. Bring your oxygen mask -- every night is "how much can you possibly smoke night."
Dress Code: Its extremely important that you be a chain-smoker.
The County (Movie) Theatre in Doylestown, PA is a non-profit organization devoted to showing small, independent style films. The non-profit organization saved and restored this 1950's style art-deco movie theatre. On Saturdays and Holidays they do cool matinees. Last Christmas they did a matinee of the orginai black-and-white version of "Its a Wonderful Life." They also have "members only" viewings with film critics, directors, etc. Show prices are $7.00/adult. The theatre draws out-of-towners from NYC and Philadelphia and all over the region. It is convienently located near restaurants, bars and trattorias. It is also located in a pictureque area of town. The theatre itself is often used in advertising because of its art-deco architecture.