‘Best of Main Line’ party returns July 28 at the Drexelbrook

Main Line Today and Today Media announce the grand return of the Best of the Main Line and Western Suburbs Party July 28 at Drexelbrook Special Event Center (4700 Drexelbrook Drive).

Eat, drink and dance the night away while celebrating the 2022 winners that include top restaurants, bars, retail shops, small businesses and people of the region as voted by the people and the critics. This year’s event will feature over 50 top businesses and special guests.

Guests will sample fabulous food and drink from this year’s winners, dance to live music from the award-winning band Jellyroll, and participate in a silent auction to benefit Brandywine SPCA from 5:30-9 p.m. VIP tickets are $75 and include the VIP experience with a special lounge featuring a guest appearance by James Beard Award Winner and Iron Chef Jose Garces, and VIP samples by Buena Onda, Brick and Brew, Drexelbrooke and Penns Woods Winery. General admission tickets are $55 and include full access to the main ballroom, band, dancing and more. Tickets are available at https://mainlinetoday.com/best-of-the-main-line-party/.

“The party of the year is back on the Main Line,” said Main Line Today Associate Publisher Marie Edwards. “Celebrate this unforgettable evening of bites, drinks and dancing – and get ready to toast the best of the best! We are thrilled to be back inside the ballroom with an exciting and diverse line-up of winners that include the region’s best restaurants, bars, boutiques and so much more. This event is truly a celebration of the top quality businesses and people that make the Main Line and Western Suburbs special. We can’t wait to see everyone again. Come with your dancing shoes ready to party!”

The Best of the Main Line and Western Suburbs Party is a one night celebration and toast to the annual award-winners. Every July, Main Line Today publishes its highly anticipated Best of the Main Line & Western Suburbs issue, highlighting the finest in food, drink, services and personalities. For this year’s issue, readers and critics selected more than 300 winners.

The evenings line-up reads like a who’s who from that list, including:

Autograph Brasserie
BCA Therapy
Brick and Brew
Bridge Street Chocolates
Buena Onda
Cameron Peter’s Floral Design
Colonial Village Meat Market West Chester
DiFabio’s Market & Tap
DoRayMi Lessons
Drexelbrook Catering and Special Events
Educational Services
Evolve Yoga and Beyond
Harvest Seasonal Grill
Havertown Carpet Co.
I Do! Invitations
Ivory Tree Portraits
Jellyroll Band
Life’s Patina
Lola’s Garden
Mabel’s Barbeque
Main Line School Night
Mane Techniques
Margaret Kuo
Mojo Fitness
Osushi
Pinocchio’s Restaurant & Beer Garden To Go
Plant Roots
Remedi Wellness & Spa
Serock Catering
Sweet Jazmines Pastry Shop
Taylor’s Music Store & Studios
Teikoku Restaurant
The Bakery House
The Bouquet Shop
The Inn at Grace Winery
The Organizing Professionals
The Original Thunderbird Steakhouse & Catering
The Penns Woods Winery
Verbena BYOB
WAYVINE Winery and Vineyard
White Dog Cafe

NBC10 meteorologist Bill Henley will emcee the party, which will also feature NBC10 news anchor Tracy Davidson and other special guests that include Chef Jose Garces and WMMR’s Pierre Robert.

Main Line Today proudly announced this year’s beneficiary for the event, which is Brandywine SPCA. Guests will be invited to support the organization, meet the staff and some adoptables, and bid on the silent auction that will go to fund the group’s critical animal welfare and rescue work. Founded in 1929, the Brandywine Valley SPCA’s  vision is to be the recognized leader in animal welfare that empowers communities to treat life with respect and dignity. Donations can also be made direct at: https://bvspca.org/donate/

For more about Main Line Today and the Best of the Main Line Party, and secure tickets, visit: https://mainlinetoday.com/best-of-the-main-line-party/

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