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New Restaurant Coming to Wyebrook Farm in Honey Brook

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A delicious addition to the local farm-to-table dining scene will be making its debut on Wednesday, March 25, when farmer Dean Carlson and new partner Executive Chef Andrew Wood of Philadelphia’s acclaimed Russet will officially open their new restaurant at Carlson’s Wyebrook Farm in Honey Brook.

In response to guests’ pleas for a permanent dining option at Wyebrook, the full-service restaurant will serve lunch and dinner Wednesday through Saturday and brunch and dinner on Sundays. From March until December, diners will be able to dine inside the restored barn or in a newly expanded outdoor courtyard, taking in breathtaking views of the 350-acre farm.

“Andrew and I have collaborated on farm dinners in the past, and my guests and I are consistently wowed by his thoughtful, rustic-modern style and uncanny knack for whole-animal cookery,” says Carlson. “It is a joy to have a permanent restaurant here at the farm, and I couldn’t have asked for a better partner in this exciting next step for dining at Wyebrook than Andrew.”

Wyebrook Farm//Photography by Nina Lea Photography

Wyebrook Farm dining

“Throughout the seasons, our guests can expect authentic local fare here, offering them a true portrait of this area and, specifically, this farm,” adds Chef Wood. “We’ll be presenting Dean’s beef, pork and poultry alongside fresh, hand-made pastas and in-season produce, to honor their flavors and give our guests a true taste of eastern Pennsylvania’s natural bounty.”

Joining Chef Wood will Sous Chef Matt Broeze, who will oversee day-to-day operations and allow Chef Wood to split his time between Wyebrook Farm and Russet. Contributing desserts to the Wyebrook menu will be Pastry Chef Kristin Wood, Andrew’s wife and the creator of Russet’s exceptional sweets.

The restaurant will debut exclusively with indoor seating. Later this spring, additional covered seating will be offered in a new carriage shed building, which Carlson commissioned to enhance the dining area’s courtyard feel without compromising the view. An expansive open-air dining room will be added sometime in May, depending on the season. 

Dining at Wyebrook Farm is BYOB at all times. Reservations are recommended but not required.

 

150 Wyebrook Road, Honey Brook, (610) 942-7481, www.wyebrookfarm.com