This week’s “Win It Wednesday” is served up by Chester County’s own TownDish ladies, Founder Mary Bigham and Editorial Director Amy Strauss. Since the TownDish (WCDish, DowningtownDish, KennettSquareDish, MainLineDish, PhoenixvilleDish, ExtonDish) lives to discover our local stomping grounds, one bite at a time, their themed prized pack highlights the Best of Chester County’s cuisine, valued at $100!
As a proud sponsor of this past weekend’s 32nd Annual Chester County Restaurant Festival, a downtown West Chester food festival that attracts over 20,000 food lovers, the TownDish wants to pass along their appreciation for the area’s best eats and sips, and allow one lucky winner to dive in and drink up!
Experience the incredible eats of the newly-awarded “Best Chef of Chester County” with a $25 gift card from the challenge’s winner: Chef Jon Amann of Amani’s BYOB! Amann won over the judges once again with his slicing, dicing, bruleeing and sauteing in the Restaurant Festival’s Annual Culinary Cook-Off (and yes, he was 2010’s champ too).
Amani’s BYOB is located on Lancaster Avenue in Downingtown. Providing a menu which incorporates the best local ingredients available each season, Chef Amman is able to utilize local farmers, putting a twist on the traditional BYOB.
Since the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail premiered in this year’s competition as a “secret ingredient,” we’re also giving away a pair of passports for the winner to go trailblazing during their upcoming Harvest Festival (taking place Sept. 24 – 25, Oct. 1 – 2). BVWT Passports are a $30 value EACH. BVWT passports do save visitors $50+ in tasting fees, plus they provide for a free commemorative wine trail glass.Plus, they do not expire until the end of December, so please – let the winery touring begin!
And, since TownDish team is certain there is nothing better than wining and dining (and since Amani’s is a BYOB), they’re rounding out “Win It Wednesday” with the additional gift of a bottle of prized BVWT wine.
Cheers to Chester County!