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's also home to some amazing agricultural genius 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, where chefs pride themselves in finding the best cheeses, produce and more to pair with local wines for an exquisite menu. The region is also where you can literally stop and smell the roses with visits to peaceful gardens and nature centers. So take some time from the hustle and bustle of the city. 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 popular restaurant fuses urban trendiness with simple, organic and locally grown ingredients to create enjoyable dishes for every type of appetite.
Earl’s Bucks County brings together diverse ingredients from Bucks County producers to serve an inspiring menu of new American cuisine. With its focus on local sustainability, Earl’s offers seasonal dishes in a comfortable atmosphere modeled by its natural surroundings.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.