Duration: Three days and three nights
Philadelphia may be known as the City of Brotherly Love and famous for its cheesesteaks and soft pretzels, but did you know the region is also home to some amazing agriculture as well? In fact, those fresh, local ingredients that are so plentiful is what's brought some of the nation's hottest chefs to the city and its surrounding countryside. So take some time from the hustle and bustle of the city, and stop and savor the tastes of Philadelphia and the Countryside.
Pairing the region’s freshest local and seasonal ingredients, you’re sure to enjoy the restaurant’s quintessential Pennsylvania farm-to-table experience.Read More >
This yummy café offers delicious and healthy breakfast and lunch options for its customers. If you’re in the mood for breakfast, try one of the poached egg specialties or the gourmet whole grain pancakes with real maple syrup. If you’re stopping in for lunch, maybe try a delightful salad or a juicy burger. To accompany your meal, be sure to take advantage of the 25 premium loose teas available.Read More >
Tucked away in the “Heart of Mushroom Country” is the glorious Kennett House Bed and Breakfast. This beautiful granite mansion offers its guests not only a comfortable stay, but also elegant due to its rosewood woodwork, antique furnishings and oriental rugs. Whether you’re resting your head in one of the rooms or the suite, you’ll be sure to get a great night’s rest.Read More >
Spend your night relaxing in the quiet and comforting rooms of Bancroft Manor, located in Kennett Square. This Queen Anne Home was built circa 1909, and has maintained tasteful period decorations to honor its heritage. With private bathrooms, a front porch swing and numerous books to read by the wood-burning fireplace, the Bancroft Manor is your perfect home away from home.Read More >
This popular restaurant fuses urban trendiness with simple, organic and locally grown ingredients to create enjoyable dishes for every type of appetite. Bring your own wine and enjoy the savory taste of Farmicia’s healthy, creative and seasonal cuisine.Read More >
Located at 3rd and Market, this nationally acclaimed New American bistro offers delicious food that is seasonal, fresh and inventive. The menu is printed daily and reflects influences from around the world. Part of Fork's allure is its hip, stylish, sophisticated interior.Read More >
Take a nice stroll to Rittenhouse Square and enjoy the bustling park before turning in at Hotel Palomar. Throughout this unique boutique hotel you'll find original artwork to continue to pique your artistic interests.Read More >
At the Landing Restaurant you can enjoy your delicious meal by the fireside in the cooler months, or next to the river during the warmer months. With its seasonal menu and spectacular views, this restaurant offers its guests a memorable, and delicious, experience.Read More >
After a long day it’s time to take in some delicious grub. Stop in Marsha Brown’s to get a sampling of some Creole flavors right in the heart of New Hope. Like an extension of her own family dining room, Marsha Brown’s offers the authentic taste and charm of New Orleans.Read More >
The Pineapple Hill Inn Bed & Breakfast is so named because in the 1700s when this inn was built, it was customary to place a pineapple on your front porch to indicate to friends and neighbors that you’re welcoming guests. Once part of a hundred-acre farm, this inn has six guest rooms and three suites, all decorated and furnished with period antiques, artwork and more.Read More >
The perfect place to unwind and gear up for another art-filled adventure, the Golden Plough Inn is situated right in the middle of Peddler's Village in Lahaska. The Inn is surrounded by specialty shops, restaurants and the Giggleberry Fair family entertainment center. So there's no shortage of things to do and see at any time.Read More >
With owners trained in beer-making from Bavarian purists, you’d think these guys would know a thing or two about brewing. And you’d be right. Stop in for free tours on Fridays and Saturdays. They’ll be happy to show you around and let you sample the goods.
A stunning horticultural display set on more than 1,000 acres of the former DuPont estate. Stroll the gardens, meadows and woodlands or explore four acres of beauty that even non-gardeners can truly appreciate.