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May 13, 2013 | Malcolm Johnstone
West Chester welcomes readers of the Innovators Special Edition of The New Yorker who may have been enticed to explore the West Chester and Pennsylvania’s Brandywine Valley on their next vacation. No doubt you will find West Chester, a historic Borough regarded as a Distinctive Destination, the place to stay, refresh, and enjoy. Our modest but stylish ad is found on page 121.
What you will discover. . .
Dine at one of 65 eateries in downtown West Chester. Whether you enjoy al fresco dining at the many sidewalk cafes or an intimate BYOB, you will find a restaurant for every taste and budget. After 10pm, there are plenty of choices for entertainment and dancing. See the complete list of downtown restaurants at the Restaurants Directory.
Downtown is a browsers paradise with more than 75 retail shops and boutiques offering a diverse and unique shopping experience. Apparel, jewelry, art, and gifts are among the items found in the quaint shops dotting the pleasant and walkable main streets. See the complete retail directory.
Start your summer off right with Super Week. But there’s always great events and places to go all year round.
Book your room now at the Warner Hotel or Faunbrook B&B featured at HotelsInWestChester.com.