Continuing our countdown to this year’s Chadds Ford Days on September 12th-13th, we are highlighting our neighbor down the road on Old Route 100, the amazing Brandywine Prime.
Brandywine Prime features contemporary American cuisine with sophisticated and savory meals presented in its steakhouse and tavern. The restaurant is located in the 300-year-old Chadds Ford Inn, which holds a lot of significance in the development of the Chadds Ford community. The site served as both the original house of the first proprietor, Francis Chadsey, and later, as the tavern owned and operated by his son, John Chads (the namesake of Chadds Ford).
This direct connection between Brandywine Prime and The Chadds Ford Historical Society makes it the perfect addition to celebrating our 50th Chadds Ford Days this fall. Blending its delicious cuisine in steaks, seafood and sandwiches with its historic atmosphere, Brandywine Prime is the perfect place to experience a taste of the local heritage.
Check out the video below for a review of Brandywine Prime by Victoria Wyeth and then click the links below for more information:
Photo courtesy of Brandywine Prime