Restaurants near Our B&B in the Brandywine Valley
AZIE’S: Media. Inspired by Japanese cuisine, an exquisite blend of flavors from cultures around the world…Japan, Thailand, France, Italy. Owner is former chef at Morimoto. Excellent food, lovely upscale atmosphere, casual dress. Great wine list with attentive and knowledgeable wait staff. On Sundays offer $10 off all wines. Ten minutes.
TERRAIN AT STYERS (Previously called STYERS GARDEN CAFE): Open Wednesday through Saturday. This restaurant celebrates the cycle of the season and beauty and bounty of the land. They take pride in crafting menus using hand selected local produce, meats and dairy products from farmers they know and trust. Smart casual Dress. BYOB. Really quaint surroundings. It is a small restaurant and they do private parties so can be difficult to get into. Glen Mills. 5 minutes.
IL GRANAIO: BYOB authentic Italian restaurant with farm fresh local ingredients, home-made pastas and deserts as well as a variety of daily specials. Professional but relaxed service. One of our favorites. Glen Mills, 10 minutes. Prices range from $15-24 for entrees.
Brandywine Prime: Located in the heart of the Brandywine Valley. The cuisine is strictly twenty-first century with an emphasis on seasonal & locally grown ingredients including in-house dry aged, local beef. Modern finishes to an historic building create an inviting, hip atmosphere that welcomes all-from tourists to business travelers to local families. Dining Style: Casual Dining Cuisine: Steakhouse, American. 6 miles, 10 minutes.
Ariano’s: Traditional Rustica style Pizza and an assortment of Italian dishes including mussels in garlic sauce and fried artichoke hearts. They have a liquor license and offer beer, wine, and spirits. My favorite dish is their tomato risotto. Live music Monday nights.
Fellini Cafe Trattoria: Quaint, upscale Italian cuisine. Monday night is opera night! Bring your own wine. $8.00-$12.00. Approx. 10 minutes away in the quaint town of Media, Pa.
Dilworthtown Inn: Romantic candlelit atmosphere, roaring fireplaces and exceptional, imaginative American cuisine make Dilworthtown one of the most popular destinations for diners who appreciate the fine details. 15 Minutes from Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast.
D’Ignazio’s Towne House Bar and Restaurant: Media. Dining landmark since 1951 with great atmosphere. Filled with memorabilia, antiques. Pasta, steak, seafood. Casual dining. For romantic upscale dining there is the Anvil Room. Live music and entertainment on Fridays and Saturdays. Specials during the week. $15-22. 10 minutes away in Media.
Shere-E-Punjab: Indian; lots of vegetarian dishes. We have had guests from India who have pronounced this restaurant to be excellent. Media 10 minutes away.
Deep Blue: A Contemporary American Fish House specializes in creative preparations of fresh fish. Not strictly seafood, also has excellent steaks and vegetarian options. Raw bar. Imaginative cuisine such as crab ravioli, crispy black bass, and Chinese “Five Spice” Ahi tuna. Wilmington, De. About 25 minutes from Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast, but worth the drive.
HEADING TO LANCASTER:
If you are heading to Lancaster County to visit Amish Country, don’t forget our friends in East Earl. Shady Maple Farm Market occupies over 110,000 square feet and includes a furniture store and gift shop. A destination in its own right! Closed Sundays.
Shady Maple Farm Market
1324 Main Street, East Earl, PA 17519
Shady Maple Smorgasbord
129 Toddy Drive, East Earl, PA 17519