Bridgewater's Pub was established in 1998. The architect was Charles King of Philadelphia. The name of the pub was taken from an 1825 map of Philadelphia. 30th Street Station was built over Bridgewater Street.
The back bar is a 1922 Brunswick bar salvaged from a hotel in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. It was purchased from Oley Valley Antiques in Adamstown, Pennsylvania, and was refurbished by William Keim, Boyertown, Pennsylvania.
The front bar, newly fabricated, is an Irish/English style. The front bar and server station were designed and made by Wallace and Heinz of Arcata, California.
The outer walls are 90 year old oak and glass panels salvaged from a church in Maryland, and the glass is the original seeded glass.
We wish you a most enjoyable experience here at Bridgewater's Pub.