Grace Winery’s Supper Series Concludes With Wild Game Dinner
Plus, Springton Manor Farm’s ladies’ tea and a new French restaurant in Ardmore.
Taking over the former Primavera Pizza Kitchen, The Bercy will feature rustic French dishes like steak frites, duck à l’orange and tarte flambée. Named for the 12th arrondissement of Paris, this new Ardmore addition is in the capable hands of Stephen Starr-alums Joe Monich and Justin Weathers.
Grace Winery’s supper series concludes with a Wild Game Dinner in the Winery on Nov. 29. The rustic experience will be brought to life by executive chef Scott Megill. Following the resounding success of this first series of five dinners, anticipate more next year.
On Nov. 12, from 1 to 3 p.m., Springton Manor Farm will host its third annual Springton Ladies Tea. Glenmoore Deli will cater the event, and Spread the Love’s delectable jams will accompany scones or sugar cookies. Elizabeth Bertheaud will present a program on women’s dress from the 18th century. Event proceeds benefit the farm’s pollinator meadow and animal sheds.