Fine dining establishments in Revolutionary-era country inns lie within the Brandywine Battlefield National Historic Landmark.
In Chadds Ford is Brandywine Prime in the former Chadds Ford Inn.
In Marshallton is the Marshalton Inn and its casual Four Dogs Tavern.
In Dilworthtown is the Dilworthtown Inn and next door the Blue Pear Bistro.
Hank’s Place in Chadds Ford.
Antica next to Brandywine Prime.
Agave across US 1 from Antica.
Chadds Ford Tavern on US 1 north of the park.
On US 1 towards Kennett Square is The Gables.
Many establishments in downtown Kennett Square.
Northbrook MarketPlace on the path of General Howe’s flanking move.
Several chain restaurants on US 202 near Dilworthtown.
On US 202 north is Jimmy John’s Frankfurters where Greene’s Div defended the retreat.
Several chain restaurants at US 202 and US 1.
Pennsbury Inn site of a skirmish on US 1.
Many Bed and Breakfasts dot the Brandywine Valley.
Mendenhall Inn near US 1.
Brandywine River Hotel in Chadds Ford.
Most chain hotels have facilities in the area.