Chester County Restaurant Festival
Sunday, September 18, 2016 | Noon–5:30 pm (rain date September 25)
by Ronna Dewey, Dish Works
Get ready to stroll the streets of Downtown West Chester, taste food from over 65 participating restaurants, listen to music by local bands and shop with 110 artisan vendors at the annual Chester County Restaurant Festival presented by West Chester Parks and Recreation.
The festival will take over much of the downtown this year, stretching along Gay Street from Matlack to Darlington and Market Street from Darlington to High. Try delicious bites from some of your favorite restaurants. Highlights include Más Mexicali Cantina, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, Saloon 151 and Rams Head Bar & Grill.
Relax at the Church Street Café, a beer and wine garden, located at Gay and Church streets. The bands Swing that Cat and Kitty Mayo and the Emperess Band are playing. Proceeds will benefit the West Chester Parks and Recreation Send a Kid to Camp Fund.
Don’t forget to vote in the People’s Choice contest, sponsored by The Town Dish. Attendees can vote for their favorite bite of the day and be automatically entered for a chance to win fabulous gift cards to World Cafe Live or Whole Foods Market. The People’s Choice winners will be announced at the end of the day.
The Chester County Restaurant Festival is free to attend; all food and beverages are pay-as-you-go. Parking is $5 at all municipal garages and free at the Justice Center Garage.
Always the third Sunday in September, noon to 5:00pm, in downtown. FREE. Parking is $5 at the municipal garages; See complete parking information.
Presented and managed by the West Chester Parks & Recreation Department.
NOTE: No pets allowed in event grounds.