Brandywine Valley Restaurant Guide
Whatever your taste in dining, be it elegant and formal or country casual, you can find it here served with a generous helping of Brandywine Valley hospitality. Enjoy our seafood, local specialties, ethnic and regional cuisine prepared by talented chefs who call the area home. Be sure to call for reservations and tell them you found them on TheBrandywine.com.
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May 4, 2014
junto, Chadds Ford
junto is a new restaurant that opened in the space that was Big Fork. It's a modern "farmhouse BYOB" that will prepare food grown and produced in PA and seafood sourced from the Atlantic between the Hudson and Chesapeake Bay...
March 21, 2014
Sixth & Pine Diner, Nordstrom, Christiana Mall
Sixth & Pine markets themselves as "A Hip Diner with the Heart of a Deli" which is accurate, but we call the restaurant our best kept secret.
Sixth & Pine Diner
Styers Garden Café
Cromwell's American Tavern & Taqueria
Harry's Savoy Grill
Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar
Lily Asian Cuisine Sushi & Grill
Twelves Grill & Cafe
Brandywine Brewing Co.
Kyoto Japanese Cuisine
The Whip Tavern
Harry's Seafood Grill
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Subs & Cheesesteaks & BurgersPhiladelphia claims to have the best cheesesteaks, but don't say that around here. And when it comes to italian and turkey subs, forgetaboutit! You can find the best around at Capriotti's and Casapulla's.
Casapulla's Steak & Sub Shop
2702 Concord Pike, Wilmington, DE 302.477.0221
1216 Old Lancaster Pike, Hockessin, DE 302.234.7827
Concordville Town Centre, 301 Byers Drive, Concord, PA 610-361-0300
877 E. Baltimore Pike, Longwood Shop Ctr, Kennett Sq. 610-444-4475
607 E. Market St., West Chester PA 610-719-0270
510 Union St., Wilmington, DE 302-571-8929
2124 Silverside Rd., Wilmington, DE 302-479-9818
300 Lantana Sq., Hockessin, DE 302-234-2322
2600 Concord Pike, Route 202, Wilmington, DE 302-478-2165
This place hasn't changed since the '50s. Same great burgers, fries, shakes and cheese steaks.
The classic crab cake made from Chesapeake Bay Blue crabs can be found all over the Brandywine Valley in the summer. Another local favorite is the classic white mushroom. Kennett Square area growers also produce the more exotic shiitake, portobella, crimini and oyster mushrooms. Many of the area restaurants make mushroom soups made with the local product.