Read up on These Foodie Updates Around the Main Line in August

On the list: a wine safari and a beer garden.

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An eco-friendly dining experience in Chester County, a new American hotspot in Kennett Square and more make the month delicious.

James Beard finalists Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby continue to advance their plant-based philosophy at a new Chester County complement to their successful 12-year-old Center City eatery, Vedge. Bringing new life to the former Inn Keeper’s Kitchen across from the Dilworthtown Inn outside West Chester, the rustically elegant Ground Provisions market and dining destination offers a sustainable, enviro-friendly experience.

The market is stocked with homemade wraps, kombuchas, teas, and fair-trade, local and small-batch dry goods. Its coolers are well stocked with quality wines, beers, ciders and spirits.

The rustic Ground Provisions store and restaurant just outside West Chester.
The rustic Ground Provisions store and restaurant just outside West Chester. Photo by Ed Williams.

Full-service dining is available at Ground Provisions Thursday-Saturday starting at 5 p.m. The curated five-course seasonal menus are inventive, with options like tomato fennel pie, lasagna verde, and maitake with a black-garlic glaze. There’s a full bar, or you can BYOB ($25 corkage fee). And while there’s no table service during the day, the front porch is perfect for kicking back with some food from the market. 1388 Old Wilmington Pike, West Chester, (610) 355-4411, groundprovisionspa.com.

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More Nibbles: Taking over the former Verbena BYOB space in downtown Kennett Square, Sweet Amelia’s certainly looks promising. Naming the spot after their daughter, Karessa and Zack Hathaway have crafted a new American menu with highlights like spring lamb rack, tandoori-spiced tofu and steamed clams. 102 E. State St., Kennett Square. sweetameliasksq.com. Stove and Co. Restaurant Group’s Justin Weathers and Joseph Monnich are opening a second, more bar-focused Al Pastor location at the former Delaware County home of Town Tap. 13 W. Benedict Ave., Havertown, eatalpastor.com. … Lentil & Co. brings a traditional twist on Mediterranean fare to Ardmore’s impressive lineup of international eateries. At press time, it was slated to open at 44 Rittenhouse Place by the end of June.

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