The Bercy to Host New Dine and Dish Series
The monthly culinary event will feature an array of inspiring speakers.
Photo courtesy of the Bercy.
Ardmore’s the Bercy will host a new monthly dinner series, held by Main Line realtor, Michele Leonard. The series kicks off on Jan. 28 an the inaugural speaker will be Mary Dougherty, owner of Nicole Miller.
Dougherty will share stories about her success in building her fashion empire. The evening's festivities will begin with a meet and greet and be followed by a three-course seated dinner.
An exceptional businesswoman and community leader, Dougherty has been named one of Pennsylvania's 50 Most Successful Business Women by Business Journal, one of the Top 50 Women to Watc" by Business Philadelphia and one of the Top 25 Most Fashionable Philadelphians by the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The Bercy is known for its award-winning culinary excellence by executive chef Joseph Monnich, who offers a modern take on the French brasserie with classically inspired cuisine like fresh pastas and steakhouse style cuts. The expansive layout features an open mezzanine, 20-foot windows, and a raw bar with fresh seafood displays.
“The Bercy is the perfect setting to host intimate dinners, sharing tales of inspiration and success. I love the food, the atmosphere, the service,” says Leonard, who previously held a similar dining series. “I want to not only connect our community with amazing stories and speakers, but also [have] a great night of food and wine on the Main Street of the Main Line in downtown Ardmore.”
Following January’s debut, Dine and Dish will continue with Andrew Greenblatt, CEO of the Philadelphia Film Society (Feb. 25) and Marcus Allen, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence (March 25).
Tickets are $50 per person and are available through the Bercy.
7 E. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore.