Celebrating its 40th year, the Chester County Restaurant Festival returns to West Chester on Sept. 15. From 12-5 p.m., attendees can nosh their way through more than 65 participating restaurants, caterers and food vendors. Dishes will run the gamut, from fine dining to casual pub fare to craveable street food from mobile trucks.
The Church Street Beer and Wine Garden—hosted by The Side Bar and Restaurant—will pour local craft brews, plus Pennsylvania ciders and wines. There is a $3 entrance fee for the garden and proceeds benefit Send A Kid To Camp Fund.
Also look for over 100 vendors, including arts, crafts and informational booths, to line the streets. Jam to live music from six bands playing on three stage areas throughout the day.
The festival—which will draw a crowd of over 20,000—is free to attend. Select garages around the borough will offer $5 parking for the day.