Fill Up on Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week Details

From Buckleys to Domaine Hudson, there’s something for everyone’s needs.



Get ready for some good eating. Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week is Sept. 8-13. Experience upscale dining with prix-fixe menus at some of the premier restaurants in northern Delaware and southern Chester County, Pa. Almost all are owner operated, so you'll be able to meet the creative minds behind each place. It’s also a chance to dine at a restaurant you have yet to visit. Restaurants include BBC Tavern and Grill in Greenville, The Brasserie Grille at the Hilton Wilmington/Christiana, Buckley’s Tavern in Centreville, Catherine’s in Unionville, Deep Blue Bar and Grill, Domaine Hudson and Eclipse in Wilmington and 12 other great places. For a complete list, as well as menus, visit www.brandywinetaste.com.

 

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STAFF WRITER MARK NARDONE DISHES ON THIS WEEK’S
BEST WINE EVENTS AND MORE

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Mark Nardone
Wilmington, DE

From chocolate festivals to wine tastings to new restaurant openings, Dining Insider has the Delaware dining scene covered. Delaware Today's Mark Nardone shares the scoop each week on the food and wine events you simply can’t miss. Contact Mark at mnardone@delawaretoday.com.

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