Dine & Dish series at The Bercy connects diners with local leaders

Dine & Dish series at The Bercy connects diners with local leaders




Modern French restaurant The Bercy in Ardmore is launching a model new, month-to-month dinner series often called Dine & Dish.

During the event, a customer speaker from the group will give an inspiring talk about, whereas attendees benefit from a three-course dinner. There will possible be a meet and greet reception with glowing wine, too.

Dine & Dish will kick off on Jan. 28 with Mary Dougherty, who owns Nicole Miller boutiques inside the Philadelphia space.

“Mary is one of the Philadelphia and Main Line region’s most influential women. She has built an iconic fashion empire from the ground up. I can’t wait to help share her story,” acknowledged Michelle Leonard, event founder.

Tickets ($50) will be discovered by calling The Bercy at (610) 589-0500. A portion of ticket product sales will revenue a singular local charity each month. Dougherty has chosen Philabundance as the first charity for Dine & Dish.

The series will proceed in February with Andrew Greenblatt, CEO of the Philadelphia Film Society. Then in March, Marcus Allan, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence, can be the customer speaker.




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