Every summer Media's restaurant row has the biggest Twilight dinner party' in all of Pennsylvania! The town shuts down traffic on State Street -- and opens for dinner, prepared by top chefs from over 2 dozen restaurants! Then it's off to nearby Rose Tree Park for fabulous entertainment under the stars...

The County-seat town of Media is like the menu at a great restaurant...spicy, on-trend, full-bodied and loaded with personality.  And every Wednesday through mid-September, 5 to 11pm,  the chefs are Takin' it to the Streets! showcasing fabulous dishes as twilight falls and the streets shimmer.

Fondly known as "everybody's hometown," its perfect for street browsing and shopping.  You'll find dozens of independent shops and boutiques, flower shops, gift shops, cool coffee shops, juice bars almost two dozen globally inspired restaurants from Thai, to Italian, French, Mexican and that's just for starters!
Click here for the VisitMediaPA website with all the details

Also...just a few miles away, as twilight arrives at Media's Rose Tree Park...so do hundreds of people, carrying blankets and lawn chairs and babies and baskets of treats.  They come for the free concerts, 5 of them every week from Wednesday through Sunday!  

If you're old enough to remember drive-in movies you'll find the same 'community atmosphere' as you hop out of the car with blankets and treats.  
While you're picking your spot on the hillside above a state-of-the-art Amphitheater, the sound of musicians tuning up blends with kid's laughter --  and like magic, the stress of the day powers down.

Before the show there's a steady hum as frisbees are tossed, and moms, dads and groups of friends gather on blankets and lawn chairs, all gabbing like they haven't seen each other in days. Neighbors stop by to say hello on their way to the food stand...and everybody gets to enjoy a giant slice of small town America in one of Philly's most bustling suburbs.

Showtime is typically 7:30 pm, Wednesday through Sunday evenings - 10am for morning children's shows.

Uptown Girl, Allentown and New York State of Mind are just a few of
the songs on The Robert Eric Band Playlist!

July Event Schedule: 

July 1       John Hoey Orchestra Tribute to Big Bands
July 2       Upper Darby Sousa Band
July 5       Greg Sover Band
July 6       Pennsylvania Symphonic Winds
July 7       Toby Foyeh & Orchestra Africa
July 8       Robert Eric Band: Tribute to Billy Joel (left)
July 9        Boy in Black
July 12      Sensational Soul Cruisers

You're gonna love their sound - check them out on July 13th.
July 13      Blackbird Society Orch: Roaring Twenties Roar Again! (pictured right)
July 14      James Day & the Fish Fry
July 15      Upper Darby Shooting Stars
July 16      Charlie Gracie
July 19      Makin' Music & the Moonlight Forest Friends
July 20      Merion Concert Band
July 21      Jeff Campbell & Megan Slankard
July 22      Triple Rail Turn
July 23      The Rockafillys
July 26      The Rockdale Boys
July 27      Jimmy & the Parrots
July 28      The Brandywine Ballet
July 29      Minas: Brazilian Jazz & Bossa Nova
July 30      The Big House Band

 Click here for details, hours and the August schedule

1671 N Providence Rd, Media, PA 19406
Call 610-891-4455 (for questions about weather cancellations)

National Blueberry Month is just another excuse to go berry crazy all over Delco!  From Linvilla's famous Blueberry Festival to some of the berry best blueberry pancakes, waffles and pie you don't have to make at home - we'll all be going blue this month!

On July 8th Linvilla Orchards invites you to pick your own blueberries or scarf down as much their outrageously good fresh-baked blueberry pie as you can eat in 1 to 2 1/2 minutes at the pie-eating contest...either way you'll be in blueberry heaven!

  • The festival runs 8am to 7pm
  • Berry picking starts at 8am.
  • The famous blueberry pie eating contest kicks off at 2pm with several categories for all ages!  The winners in each group get a prize so be sure to fill out a short entry form in person that day starting at noon.

Pie Eating Contest Age Brackets
8 – 9: 10 participants, 1/4 pie, 1 minute
10 – 11: 10 participants, 1/4 pie, 1 minute
12 – 14: 10 participants, 1/4 pie, 1 minute
15 - 17: 9 participants, 1/2 pie, 1.5 minutes
18 & up: 8 participants, whole pie, 2.5 minutes
And the prize is a $25 gift certificate for each age bracket winner!

Makin’ Music hosts an afternoon filled with games and activities of every kind! Meet Traveling Train, Dr. Duck, Spider Man, Captain America and their Little One-eyed Yellow Dude and grab an instrument cause everybody 'plays' at Linvilla.  You can also practice your pitching at the Dunk Tank!

For those looking to eat more blueberries than they wear, here's three ways Delconians indulge their passion for blueberries:

For over 16 years Hank’s place has been serving comfort food “where hungry people eat and friendly people meet.”  An award winning favorite of celebrities, visitors and locals alike, Hank’s is open for early breakfast (many favorites served all day) as well as daily lunch and dinner.  Local blueberries abound in their gourmet blueberry pancakes, gourmet blueberry French toast, and blueberry muffins, grilled or plain, and desserts,all baked  right on the premises.
Route 1 and Route 100
Chadds Ford, PA 19317
Hank's Place Website

My brother lives in North Carolina...but he
still talks about the blueberry pie he gets
at Minella's, when he comes to visit!

This classic 24/7 diner has been voted “best diner on the Main Line” for its comprehensive menus, on-premises bakery, full bar, and friendly service in an easy going, relaxed atmosphere. From their blueberry muffins to their blueberry pies – all truly home made and available for takeout – the freshest berries of the season will tempt you every time.
320 West Lancaster Avenue
Wayne, PA  19087
Minella's Diner

Small space, big menu!
This popular gathering spot is open every day for breakfast and lunch, and for dinner Thursday, Friday and Saturday.  Every dish is prepared to order, using only the freshest ingredients, and their mouthwatering blueberry pancakes, French Toast, and Belgian Waffles are practically bursting with locally grown berries.

Taste Budz Café and foodstuffs
4820 Pennell Road (Route 452)
Aston, PA  19014
Taste Budz Cafe Website

Want fresh blueberries? Click below!
Delco's Produce Stands & Farmer's Markets
Get in the Mood! Click here for Steppenwolf's Born To Be Wild Youtube Video

"Get your motor runnin'...head out on the highway.... lookin' for adventure...and whatever comes our way!"

The Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum is one of the world’s greatest collections of racing sports cars -- and you'll see 65 of the most historically significant cars all under one roof!
Assembled over 50 years by Dr. Frederick Simeone, the Museum features Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, Bugatti, Mercedes, Jaguar, Bentley, Porsche, Aston Martin, Corvette, Ford, and more. There are many different types of events including their world famous Demo Days.  And they are also the only Philadelphia Museum with a 5-Star Yelp rating!

July 8th - Demo Day: Historic Superchargers! (10am-4pm)
Don't miss their new  “Mopar or No Car” exhibit that celebrates the rich history of one of America’s oldest and greatest automotive manufacturers. Twelve cars will be on display, ranging from the early 1960s through today. They represent an exciting array of Mopar sports cars from Dodge, Chrysler, Plymouth, and SRT.

Whether it was the Superbird on the high banks at Daytona, the Viper at Le Mans, or the Hemi at every local drag strip and stoplight in America, Mopars have always been tough to beat. While they enjoyed the majority of their success in the late 1960s and early 1970s, the Mopar brand has enjoyed a resurgence in recent years. They feature several retro-styled models offering “Hellcat” performance packages in excess of 700 horsepower as well as outrageous design graphics.

July 22 -- Demo Day:  Ford vs. Chevy!  (10am - 4pm)
The Blue Oval and the Bow Tie on the track and on the street! Featured Cars: Ford GT40 Mk II, Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport, Boss Mustang, Corvette 427 Roadster, Bill Elliott NASCAR Ford Thunderbird. Plus a special guest car to be announced soon.

Hours: Tuesday - Friday 10am to 6pm; Sat & Sun 10am to 4pm. Closed Monday.
Tickets: $12 general admission, $10 for Seniors, $8 for students with ID
Click to purchase tickets

6825 Norwitch Drive, Philadelphia
Simeon Museum Website

As was said so often in the Pirates of the Caribbean films, “Let’s Parley” on  July 8th from 11am to 4pm at the Colonial Plantation, where pirates, spies and devilish rouges of the high seas drop anchor for a fun day of pirate battles and spy missions.

When pirates fought, they had the right to call for ‘parley’ – a temporary truce followed by discussion and deal making – but the only thing you’ll be ‘negotiating’ on Saturday is your way around the plantation with swashbuckling games, water battles, plus pirate flag-making.

Pirate ship flags were like today’s business cards, announcing the name and reputation of the ship. If a trading vessel neared a ship flying Blackbeard’s flag, it often surrendered right away because of the fearsome fighting reputation of the captain and crew. So come make your own flag and let it fly  while learning more about our Delaware River’s nefarious pirate history.

Read about our local Blackbeard connection!
Click below to read about the infamous “Plank House”in Marcus Hook, a haven for pirates in the early 19th century. Three months ago the Plank House was inducted into The National Historic Register -- the official Federal list of districts, sites, building, structures and objects significant in American history, architecture, archeology, engineering and culture.
Pirates at the Plank House in Marcus Hook

Hours: 11am to 4pm, last entry at 3pm
Admission:  $10 for adults; $6 for children ages 4 to 12: Children under age 4 are free.
To GPS the location: 3900 North Sandy Flash Drive, Newtown Square, PA 19073.

You've been tagged!  This is your Delco invitation to get off your !##$#%! and into a canoe, a hiking shoe, bike shorts or up to your elbows in worms...

We're taking you Canoeing & Tubing --  Hiking, Biking & Birding -- and Fishing for your dinner!

Can-U Canoe? 
Here are a few places to role play Daniel Boone, paddling down a Pennsylvania River!

Northbrook Canoe Company
Northbrook is a family run canoe company that has been providing memorable trips down the scenic Brandywine Creek for 40 years! Paddling is part of all modes of transportation, from canoes and kayaks to bright orange tubes for a lazier glide... Chlorine saturated pools are everywhere, but there's nothing like the ride you take with mother nature all around you! A perfect summer escape for families, and groups large and small. Choose a short relaxing trip or a full day adventure on the Historic and Scenic Brandywine River.  For pricing, tips and registration visit the website below.

Upcoming events:
Good Neighbor Day Race – July 4, 2017
Pirate Day – August 19, 2017
1810 Beagle Road
West Chester, PA  19382
Northbrook Canoe Company Website

Wilderness Canoe Trips, Inc
Get ready for some of the finest family paddling in Delaware and southeastern Pennsylvania! The Brandywine River is excellent for first-timers or group trips because of it’s meandering and gentle flow. It can also be one of the most relaxing, healthy, and enjoyable ways to spend a few hours or a full day on the water surrounded by lush greenery and history of the Brandywine Valley.
The company is a complete canoe and kayak outfitter, offering canoes, solo or tandem kayaks, and tube trips, plus paddles, life jackets, and transportation to and from the river, safety equipment and advice.

All you need to do is pick a date, time and distance.
2111 Concord Pike, Wilmington, DE 19803
(302) 654-2227
Wilderness Canoe Trips Website

Paddle Around the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge 
The 4.5 mile segment of Darby Creek that flows through the Refuge at Tinicum is unique and scenic. It winds through the largest freshwater marsh in Pennsylvania, which allows canoeists to see a variety of plants and animals. The refuge waters are tidal and navigable only within 2 hours before and after high tide. Along the creek, you may see the eastern painted turtle or the state-endangered red-bellied turtle sunning on a log or rock. Hooded mergansers, pintails, shovelers and mallards are a few of the ducks that you may pass. Least bitterns, great egrets, black-crowned night herons and yellow warblers are among the species which nest on or near the refuge. And Muskrats, opossum, deer and raccoons are present as well, though some may be more readily seen at night.

Canoeing at the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge

This place is also totally for the birds!
...and those who love to watch them ;)  
So bring your binoculars and see how many different species you can find!  
The refuge protects a variety of habitats for birds in the highly urbanized landscape of greater Philadelphia and has been designated as an Important Bird Area by the National Audubon Society. While most of the 300 plus avian species identified at the refuge utilize it as a migratory stopover, more than 80 species have been recorded nesting on the refuge over the years. Several species are also state listed as either threatened or endangered species or species of state or national management concern.

And if you like to fish, bring your gear, pick out a lucky spot and throw in a line…you may be able to take dinner home with you!  Check all of these activities and more at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge

8601 Lindbergh Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19153
(215) 365-3118

And here are a few slices of heaven for Hikers, Bikers & Fishers of Dinner!

Ridley Creek State Park is 2,606 Acres of OMG!

Mother Nature laid out a gorgeous green carpet in these Delaware County woodlands and meadows. The gently rolling terrain of the park, bisected by Ridley Creek, is only 16 miles from center city Philadelphia and is an oasis of open space in a growing urban area. It is also home to the Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation, one of the oldest working plantations in PA and a fun place to visit.

Hikers will find 13 miles of trails passing through a variety of habitats throughout the central portion of the park.

Fishermen leave happy at Ridley Creek because it's stocked with trout and provides excellent angling opportunities. The portion of the creek from Sycamore Mills Dam to the mouth of Dismal Run is a catch and release, fly fishing only area. An ADA accessible fishing platform is on the paved, Multi-Use Trail along Sycamore Mills Road Trail.

Bikers really like the 4.6 mile multi-use paved trail at Ridley Creek which features 5 miles of trails along Sycamore Mills Road and Forge Road.  These trails are designated for bicycles, joggers, walkers, and cross-country skiers.

351 Gradyville Road, Newtown Square
The multi-use trail begins at the intersection of Barren Road and Chapel Hill Road.
Open dawn to dusk.
Click here for more about the Activities at Ridley Creek State Park

The Historic Newlin Grist Mill and Park
E. Mortimer Newlin, founder of the Nicholas Newlin Foundation, was an enthusiastic fly fisherman who immediately recognized the possibilities of the trout stream – the West Branch of the Chester Creek – that runs through the property.

Trout fishing has become a well-loved and enjoyable feature of the park.Both pond and stream fishing are available from the opening of the Delaware County trout fishing season through October, conditions permitting.

Pond fishing runs from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on Saturdays and Sundays. All visitors who fish must register at the front desk before beginning to fish, and registration for pond fishing ends at 3:30 pm. You must keep what you catch and the cost is $5 per person plus $4 per fish caught

The stream is reserved for the use of fly fishing members for a seasonal fee. Stream fishing is open every day from the opening of the Delaware County, trout fishing season to October 31st. To fish the stream, members and guests need both a Pennsylvania fishing license and a Newlin Grist Mill fly fishing membership. E-mail them at info@newlingristmill.org to request that membership information be mailed to you.

The Newlin Grist Mill and the surrounding 160-acre park is a place for exploration of both history and the environment. With its working grist mill, programs, and nature trails, the Newlin Grist Mill is where Learning Is Fun! Whether you are involved in preservation, education, outdoor recreation, or just relaxing, there is something for you.

Glen Mills, PA  19342
Newlin Grist Mill's Website - The Fishing Page

Pictured above is the Rolling Green Golf Club and  Chanticleer Gardens

Summer's in full swing - and so should you be!
Amazing private and public golf courses are calling out your name...and Delco is also at the heart of the region’s most beautiful gardens! Read about all of them in our Gardens & Greens Tour Guide.

Below is a sneak peek at just a few of the places in Guide:

Springfield Country Club is located in Central Delaware County.
Spend a relaxing day on the greens of Springfield Country Club’s 18-hole public golf course featuring challenging and beautifully landscaped fairways (6018 yard, par 70)! 
Guests can also enjoy overnight accommodations at our onsite Courtyard by Marriott hotel featuring new luxury guests suites, enjoy cocktails and a bite to eat at Tavola Restaurant + Bar, and get pampered at the new Joseph Anthony Retreat Spa and Dry Bar. Plus, we are just minutes from local shopping and Downtown Philadelphia.

The Golf Course at Glen Mills

The Award Winning Golf Course at Glen Mills is a public course located in historic Thornbury Township. It is the only golf course in the Philadelphia area featuring 12-minute starting times. It is a full service, 18-hole golf facility including multiple manicured practice areas. For over a decade this Bobby Weed design has been providing the daily fee golfer with superior golf and the natural beauty of Glen Mills.

Penn Oaks Golf Club

Penn Oaks Golf Course provides amazing scenery and breathtaking views that hearken back to the pre-Colonial era when King Charles II first bestowed this parcel of land to William Penn.  From the moment you step out of your car, there's a feeling of 'stepping back in time'...maybe its the terrain, or the giant oak trees or the lush hills, or the way the lakes seem carved into the land...but you can almost feel the age and history of this place wash over you.  Grand pines line the rolling hillsides of the course’s narrow layout, making it challenging even for many pros. There's plenty of adventure (and potential disaster ;)  to be found on this 18-hole golf course, as well...including Bubba-long holes daring you to get your ball to the green!

There's over 1000 acres of gorgeousness at Longwood Gardens.

Longwood Gardens is an American botanical garden consisting of over 1,077 acres of gardens, woodlands, and meadows in our Brandywine Valley. It is one of the premier horticultural display gardens in the United States and is open to visitors year-round to enjoy exotic plants and horticulture, events and performances, seasonal and themed attractions, as well as educational lectures, courses, and workshops.

Nemours Mansion and Gardens is an unforgettable experience!

Nemours Mansion and Gardens is a 300-acre country estate with jardin à la française formal gardens and a classical French mansion in Wilmington, Delaware.  Built to resemble a château, it has 105 rooms on five floors, occupying nearly 47,000 sq ft. It shares the grounds with the Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, and is part of the huge DuPont legacy.  The mansion contains rare French 18th-century furniture and an eclectic collection of notable antiques, works of art, and tapestries. Artworks range from 16th-century religious works to paintings by European masters to early works by Americans Frederic Remington and Sidney Lawrence. A rare Louis XVI musical clock, circa 1785, by David Roentgen and Peter Kinzing, plays four tunes on a dulcimer and pipe organ.

Encompassing more than 300 acres of the Swarthmore College campus, it exhibits 4,000 kinds of
ornamental plants, trees, shrubs, vines and perennials.
The Scott Arboretum is a unique garden of ideas and suggestions encouraging horticulture in its broadest senses through displays on the 350-plus acre campus of Swarthmore College. It offers some of the region’s most intimate, authentic, and accessible horticultural experiences, and is frequently ranked among the most beautiful campuses in the world.

Premiering July 6th, Hedgerow Theatre presents this epic story told on a grand scale with only a few outstanding actors who take you on a journey no one had ever taken before...

Don't miss this outstanding production that illustrates the famous line " Anything one man can imagine, other men can make real!"

Set in 1890 the plot revolves around Phileas Fogg, who agrees to an outrageous wager to circumnavigate the globe in 80 days. The wager puts his fortune and his life at risk. But his every step is dogged by a detective who thinks he’s a bank robber on the run. This is a whirlwind of a show as five actors portray 39 characters in a race around the world in 80 days.

Cool note: Phileas has been played by many actors over the years, from David Niven in 1956 (pictured above) to Pierce Brosnan, who famously portrayed another headstrong character...OO7!

Click here for showtimes and tickets

Hedgerow Theatre Company
64 Rose Valley Rd
Rose Valley, PA, 19063

Whether you're local or one of the millions of visitors who come to Delco every year, this is a day-long Wyeth-loving - Battle Ready - High Flying - Bloomin' Adventure for the whole family!

> Start with a tour of the world famous Brandywine River Museum of Art
> Zip across the street and check out the Brandywine Battlefield and Museum
> Do a quick lunch at a great family friendly restaurant (Two are highlighted below!)
> And if you have the time, add a side trip to Longwood Gardens or the American Helicopter Museum!  All within about 15 minutes of the Museum...
Staying overnight? Click here for our Guide to Hotels & B&Bs

This tour is perfect any day, but lovers of both art and history will really enjoy the special July 19th lecture at the River Museum...

At 11am, July 19th the Museum is featuring a WWI lecture:
N. C. Wyeth (1882-1945). The Americans at Château-Thierry, 
1918 / 1919. Oil on canvas mounted on hardboard, 
36 1/8 x 44 ¼ in. Private collection, West Chester, PA 

On the Home Front: N. C. Wyeth and World War I
N. C. Wyeth contributed to the war effort from his studio in Chadds Ford and the lecture surveys the body of his war-themed work, and particularly examines how he kept his images vital and relevant, despite his lack of firsthand battlefield experience.

Then take a full tour of the Museum which showcases the art of N.C., Andrew and Jamie Wyeth plus other top American artists. This month you can see the popular exhibit:
Andrew Wyeth: In Retrospect

1 Hoffman's Mill Road
Chadds Ford, PA 19317
Open daily, 9:30 a.m.–5 p.m.​
Admission $18 adults, $15 seniors (65+)
-$6 students with ID and children ages 6-18, free for children 5 and under
Brandywine River Museum of Art Website

Brandywine Battlefield Park is a National Historical Landmark 
The Battlefield is part of the site of the Battle of Brandywine fought on September 11, 1777, during the American Revolution. It was the largest land battle of the American Revolution, covering more than ten square miles, or 35,000 acres. The Park served primarily as the Continental encampment for the two days prior to the battle. There are daily tours of Washington’s Headquarters, a twenty minute film on the battle, and a lot of interesting artifacts to see at the museum.

Hours now through Sept 11th: Tues - Sat 9 AM to 4 PM; Sunday noon to 4 PM. Closed Monday.
Open Fourth of July and Labor Day Sept 4.

The park is free to walk around and use.  There are outdoor picnic areas.  Restrooms are located in the Visitor’s Center (open til 4PM).  No fires permitted on the grounds.
House Tour, Museum, and Film: (See Tours page for times)
 -$8.00 Adults -- $7.00 Seniors (60+), AAA, AARP, Veterans
 -$5.00 Children (6-12) -- Free for children under 6 and active military with ID and family
Museum Admission and Film:
 -$5.00 -- Free for children under 6 and active military with ID and family

Brandywine Battlefield Park
1491 Baltimore Pike 
Chadds Ford, PA 19317

Jimmy John's is a lunch choice everyone can get 'on board!' with... :)
Two Great choices for a family-friendly lunch: Jimmy John's & Hank's Place

Between the Battlefield and the Helicopter Museum, Jimmy John's is famous for its Electric Trains and its Frankfurters! 
You'll find great pricing, a kid-lovin' menu and amazing Electric trains that chug along the ceiling. 
Serves 100,000+ hot dogs a year, plus great hot sausage, burgers, cheesesteaks, pulled-pork BBQ sandwiches, grilled chicken filet and their famous Sloppy Joes!

Home-style cooking: breakfast, lunch and dinner!
Jimmy John's
1507 Wilmington Pike, West Chester
(610) 459-3083
Open daily.

Hank's Place is best known as:
...the place "where hungry people eat and friendly people meet!" 
This newly remodeled restaurant has been in business for 16+ years because it perfectly blends rustic charm and top notch home-style cooking. Everything is made fresh right on the premises!

Hank's Place
On US Rt. 1
1625 Creek Rd
Chadds Ford, PA 19317
(610) 388-7061

Add some BLOOM & ZOOM! to the day by visiting Longwood Gardens or the American Helicopter Museum...

Longwood Gardens is an American botanical garden at the heart of what has been called "The Garden Capital of the Nation." There are more than 30 gardens within 30 miles...and this one is a beauty! 
Longwood consists of over 1,077 acres of gardens, woodlands, and meadows in the Brandywine Valley. It is one of the premier horticultural display gardens in the United States and is open to visitors year-round to enjoy exotic plants and horticulture, events and performances, seasonal and themed attractions, as well as educational lectures, courses, and workshops.

1001 Longwood Road
Kennett Square, PA. 19348
Longwood Gardens Hours      Longwood Gardens Website

The ZOOM! comes at one of the nation's few Helicopter Museums - and this one is also an education center with lots of hands-on fun for children and adults, alike!  
Check out 40+ helicopters including a medical helo like the ones featured in the M.A.S.H. TV program.

This Museum focuses on the history, science and technology of rotary wing aviation. The collection contains both civilian and military autogyros, convertiplanes and helicopters, including some early generation models.

Hours: Wed - Sat 10 am to 5 pm. (Last admission at 4 pm.)
Sunday - Noon to 5 pm. (Last admission at 4 pm.)

Closed Monday and Tuesday 
1220 American Blvd
West Chester, PA  19380

Summer's ripe with grape expectations and what's more romantic than dinner at a beautiful winery?!  RSVP now for Wednesday, July 26th -- and prepare to be lavished with outstanding cuisine and wines worthy of a deliciously 'vintage' summer night in Brandywine Country...

'Dine With Grace' from 6:30 to 9:30pm, as part of the vineyard's "Grace supper series."  Enjoy a farm to table dinner experience prepared by Executive Chef Scott Megill in collaboration with local area Chefs. The historic farm and vineyard provide a breathtaking backdrop for a truly unique dining experience.
  • The 5-Course Dinner is $95 per guest with the option to add a $35 wine pairing
  • Passed bites and drinks begin at 6:30pm 
  • Dinner seating is at 7pm
  • For questions or dietary issues please email Rachel at events@gracewinery.com or call (610)-459-4711.

More Supper Series events:
August 23rd – Dinner in the Vineyard with James Beard Finalist Chef John Patterson of FORK
September 27th- Harvest Dinner in the Orchard
November 29th- Wild Game Dinner in the Winery
Wine, beer and cocktails available for purchase at all dinners

The Inn at Grace Winery
50 Sweetwater Road
Glen Mills, PA 19342
The Inn at Grace Winery Website