Tails will be wagging as White Dog Cafe opens its fourth location at the Shoppes at Brinton Lake in Glen Mills, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. There are 180 seats inside including 15 at the concrete bar which has brass trim and inlaid brass paw prints created by the bar designer’s own Golden Retriever. Thomas Moser chairs accent the bar area along with plush banquet seating and French Oak floors. Local touches are everywhere. Known for the warm hospitality and creative, inspiring cuisine, the majority of ingredients at all White Dog Cafe locations are purchased from local farms, located no more than fifty miles from the restaurants. White Dog Cafe offers seasonal menus featuring only the best ingredients from trusted farms, including pasture-fed animals, humanely treated livestock, and fish and seafood
that is harvested through sustainable suppliers. Organic items are incorporated when possible from farms using sustainable farming practices. Wines are grown and produced from American
vineyards and White Dog Cafe uses local craft beers and artisan distilled spirits. White Dog Cafe Chef Mike Selser and General Manager Ed McMearty (left and right) paused for a photo with Fearless Restaurants & Hospitality Director of Development Sydney Grims (center) during the tasting and tour on Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at the brand new eclectic White Dog Cafe. White Dog Cafe Glen Mills is located at 949 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills. For more information call 610-822-2100
White Dog Glen Mills has a large outdoor space with 104 seats including 15 at the outdoor bar. Guests can dine under an illuminated pergola or sit in one of the 16 lounge seats by a water feature. The outdoor bar offerS 14 beers on tap as well as cocktails and Devon’s Pour Richards Cold Brew on tap.
Briana Fatima, Camille Mola and Kristen Sipper enjoyed the outdoor ambiance.
Clare Morrison and Barbara McNiff enjoyed White Dog Cafe’s tasting and tour luncheon.
There are 180 seats inside including 15 at the concrete bar which has brass trim and inlaid brass paw prints created by the bar designer’s own Golden Retriever. Thomas Moser chairs accent the bar area along with plush banquet seating and French Oak floors. Local touches are everywhere. The bar area called the Den showcases a galley of 45 commissioned dog portraits by Jay McClellan, and there is space to add 15 additional paintings. Bartenders Jillian Siebert and Frank Cipriotti served refreshments during the press luncheon.
Guests can purchase a painting to immortalize their favorite pup that will hang in the restaurant. McClellan’s sentimental and decorative works also cover the walls at White Dog Cafe Haverford and White Dog University City. His paintings juxtapose bold colors with graphic patterns and have stunning unique designs. McClellan will give anyone that purchases a painting the original drawing (a $250 value) and the painting that hangs within White Dog Glen Mills will display a small brass plate with the dog’s name and hometown on the frame. McClellan is donating half of the fee for each of the paintings to Brandywine Valley SPCA and Alpha Bravo Canine.
Peg, Jim and Marguerite DeGrassa attended the tasting and tour luncheon.
Fearless Restaurants is an expanding collection of restaurants featuring engaging décor, inspired hospitality, creative menus and a dining experience that allures all of the senses. Lead by
restaurateur Marty Grims and his daughter Sydney Grims, Fearless Restaurants creates neighborhood favorites that become a destination for dining. Innovative and inspired seasonal menus
feature the finest and freshest ingredients. Located throughout the Philadelphia region and on Long Beach Island, NJ, Fearless Restaurants include the landmark Moshulu Restaurant on Penn’s
Landing, White Dog Cafe in University City, Wayne and Haverford, Louie Louie in University City, Autograph Brasserie and Rosalie in Wayne and on Long Beach Island; Daddy O Restaurant &
Hotel and Tuckers Tavern. For more information about Fearless Restaurants, contact Jaimi Blackburn at 610.220.3231 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Above is a photo of the beautiful board room.