The PJW Restaurant Group celebrated the opening of its 21st P.J. Whelihan’s in the newly renovated Lawrence Park Shopping Center off of Sproul Road on Monday, November 28, 2022.Off the heels of an opening in Hatfield, PA this past summer, the new location also marks the 28th restaurant overall for the growing group.

“Broomall is a great community and one we’ve had our eye on for quite some time, so it’s exciting to finally be planting our roots here. We’ve got a great team in place that is eager to show this town how PJs truly ‘does it better’”, says Jim Fris, CEO of the PJW Restaurant Group.

P.J. Whelihan’s is known as the perfect spot for everyone – from families and sports fans to those seeking a new happy hour spot or weekend entertainment, and Lawrence Park is no exception. The extensive menu offered can be enjoyed seven days a week for dine-in, takeout or even delivery. Fan favorites include PJs famous wings with one of 11 signature sauce options ($8.99 – $29.99), burgers, which can be customized to be vegan or vegetarian ($12.49 – $16.99), and the deliciously addictive salted caramel crunch cookie ($7.99). The main bar will house 36 taps and feature local beers, including the group’s signature 22oz. PJW Copper Lager, brewed exclusively for the restaurant by Victory Brewing Company ($5 all day, every day).

The 8,000 square foot space, designed by Eimer Design, features vaulted ceilings, custom woodwork throughout, comfortable seating and a state-of-the-art entertainment package, including 50 TVs. On nicer days, guests can opt to sit on a quaint outdoor patio area, equipped with its own TVs so you never miss the action.

To kick off the holidays, P.J. Whelihan’s is featuring a number of festive cocktails, including the Mistletoe Mule (Tito’s vodka, cranberry juice, fresh lime juice, ginger beer, house-made rosemary simple syrup and a rosemary sprig garnish) and the Blue Christmas (raspberry vodka, blue curacao, sour mix and Sprite with a sugar rim and lemon garnish).

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