The recently reopened Chadds Ford Tavern offers historic charm in a warm and inviting atmosphere with modern, high-quality food, writes Peg DeGrassa for the Delaware County News Network.
The eatery keeps its centuries-long history alive while expertly blending it with the modern world. Its antiques perfectly complement the new, gourmet cuisine, resulting in a superior dining experience.
The historic restaurant was purchased by Chef Philip Ferro in October. Within six months, he significantly updated the building and created a new menu that received rave reviews at its April opening.
The new owner has worked hard to preserve the tavern’s history, especially since the previous owner, Tommy Drane, had made it a gathering spot for artists like the Wyeths and George Weymouth.
“I wanted to carry on Tommy Drane’s legacy, keeping a lot of the old, but combining it with some modern updates to make it more of an upscale, modern tavern,” said Ferro.
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