This restaurant/farm is a beautiful setting in Chester County. The food is organic, the meat is raised here and so are some of the vegetables. We sat outside under the roof and listened to music while we had dinner. Shared plates were - a cheese plate, butternut squash soup, heirloom tomato salad, entrees were chicken, pork and spaghetti squash with pesto and followed by a slice of honey pie and corn ice cream with caramel sauce and peanuts. EVERYTHING was delicious!! The potions are not large, but all of the food was delicious and artfully displayed. I'd recommend this place for the delicious food in a hard-to-beat setting.
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