Located in Delaware County and eight miles west of downtown Philadelphia, Clifton Heights is one of many stops along the Main Line. In fact, the Clifton-Aldan SEPTA station is still used by more than 300 people every day. The station originally opened in 1880 and electricity was added in 1928.
Where to Eat and Drink in Clifton Heights
The Original Clam Tavern – Quite possibly the best place in Pennsylvania for clams. Enjoy your favorite brew along with your favorite seafood.
Cocco’s Pizza – With 10 total locations, you’re sure to find a Cocco’s Pizza near you. It’s easy to see how they’ve won the Best of DELCO award on multiple occasions.
Romarco’s Italian Restaurant – This is a local favorite for many Clifton Heights residents and one you shouldn’t miss whether you’ve just moved here or are passing through.
Stingers Restaurant and Bar – One of the best places in town to try local brews or your all time favorites.
Local Business Supports Local Business in Clifton Heights
The Clifton Heights, PA website is full of great information about the area if you’re looking for things to do while you’re here or seasonal activities for families. I’m sure you’ll find several things to participate in during each season. Keep an eye on the Facebook page for even more great information.
Local business owners in Clifton Heights look out for each other, and refer local business as often as they can. I’m a local business owner providing chimney cleaning services in the Clifton Heights area. I work with homeowners and business owners alike and provide a no nonsense solution to all chimney problems including relining the flue for central heating systems, gas or oil furnaces, boilers, or water heaters.
If you’re in the Clifton Heights area, or are planning to move here, and in need of a CSIA Certified Chimney Sweep, give me a call and we’ll schedule an appointment for a consultation. Every chimney needs a yearly inspection and cleaning regardless of how often it is used. Make a point to schedule your chimney inspection and cleaning before you light the first fire of the season.