Dinner with a View
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. We hope you can join us next time!
Take advantage of this unique opportunity to enjoy dinner by the Brandywine and a guided walking tour through Hagley’s gardens. Includes a boxed dinner prepared by the Belin House Organic Café, wine or a soft drink. The tour will dig into two very different gardens – one that fed the du Pont family and the other DuPont Company workers in the 19th century.
Tickets: $35 per person for nonmembers, $25 per person for members.
The walking tour will start at the Hagley Museum Visitor Center. Tour involves walking on uneven ground. Guests will be asked to choose from the dinner menu prior to the event.
The Hagley Store will be open until 6:30 p.m. for visitors to browse before they leave.
"Dinner with a View" Menu
Enjoy a boxed dinner by the river prepared by Chef Roy from Belin House Organic Café.
Balsamic Vinaigrette, Ranch or Bleu Cheese Dressing
Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on Focaccia Loaf
Sliced Beef Tenderloin w/ grilled red onions, fontina cheese & arugula on a brioche bun
Grilled Chicken Breast w/ caramelized onions & gorgonzola Cheese on multigrain baguette
Choice of: Carrot Cake, Fruit Skewers or Chocolate Chip Brownie
Choice of: Chardonnay, Merlot, Sangria, Pellegrino, Soda, or Panna water
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