There have been some updates to Chester County eatery favorites. Here’s the latest out of the food scene, writes Ed Williams for Main Line Today.
Founded 11 years ago, A Taste of Britain in Wayne doubles as a grocery shop and quaint British-inspired tearoom. Take your little ones to enjoy a full afternoon tea with an assortment of finger foods. Dine on English food like a Welsh Rarebit and chicken pot pie.
Meanwhile, Hank’s Place, a popular Chadds Ford eatery founded in 1950, is coming back after it flooded by Hurricane Ida in 2021. The owners temporarily relocated to Kennett Square while rebuilding the Chadds Ford location. The former burger stand has transformed into a community space over the years.
In West Chester, a revamped Brickette Lounge, otherwise known as the Brick, has an Americana ambience that your inner cowboy would love. Serving Texas BBQ, bourbon cocktails and smoked meats, this place has all the country charm. Head over for live country music and line dancing.
Read more about the Chester County eatery favorites in Main Line Today.