The Bercy Holiday Events- Ardmore, PA


Ardmore, PA – The Bercy (7 Lancaster Avenue) celebrates their first holiday season in Ardmore and on the Main Line with a very special new tradition for families. On Saturday, December 22, 2018, The Bercy will partner with The Pennsylvania Academy of Ballet for the first Children’s Tea in Paris, from 12:00pm to 3:00pm. Families are invited to enjoy a special tea service seating on the upper Mezzanine with traditional finger sandwiches, pastries and fresh-baked offerings from The Bercy’s own kitchen. Following tea and sandwiches, participants will enjoy selections from the Nutcracker by the Academy, followed by special make-your-own take-away gift bags. A Children’s Tea in Paris at The Bercy is $45 per person. Tickets are on sale now: 

“The Bercy celebrates our first holiday season with a special event near and dear to my heart,” said General Manager Jonathan Vettori. “During my hospitality career I have worked on and brought to life many children’s and families events like this – and I wanted to bring that sense of magic and tradition to our majestic space. Philadelphia has a long tradition with rich holiday events for children and their families. I wanted to bring that to the Main Line. I wanted to create an annual tradition for the young families in Ardmore and on the Main Line that they could come to look forward to every holiday season. We already are discussing expanding this event next year and making it even more grand.” 

A Children’s Tea in Paris at The Bercy will begin with tea service seating starting at Noon on the upper mezzanine – which is handicapped accessible via elevator. Families will enjoy a traditional tea service that Executive Chef Joseph Monnich and his team have created just for the occasion. Look for trays of finger sandwiches, elegant pastries, made lines, scones and other treats. All pastries and baked goods are made in-house. Tea sandwiches will include cucumber, smoked salmon and more kid friendly options. 

Following tea service, families will be invited to watch a special performance featuring selections of the Nutcracker by the The Pennsylvania Academy of Ballet. The main dining floor of The Bercy will be cleared and transformed into a stage for the special appearance, with children being invited to sit up close and personal on the teal banquets just feet away from the performers. Following the performance, families will be invited to create a custom gift to bring home with a special gourmet marshmallow and candy take-away station. 

Vettori added, “Our grand holiday decor and modern take on the French brasserie make The Bercy such an amazing venue for a Children’s Tea. We hope to explore future family-friendly events like this in 2019.”

A Children’s Tea in Paris at The Bercy is $45 per person. Tickets are on sale now: 

Tickets and reservations can also be made by contacting The Bercy at 610-589-0500 or by stopping at the host stand. 

A Children’s Tea in Paris is just one of several holiday events at The Bercy, including Christmas Eve Dinner, New Year’s Eve Dinner and New Year’s Day Brunch. 

Christmas Eve Menu: 

$65, 3-course prix fixe, limited a la carte menu

Course 1 – Choice of: 
Chestnut Soup – duck confit, luxardo 
Escargot Vul Au Vent – red wine, lardons
Roasted Root Vegetable Salad – pumpkin emulsion, formage blanc

Course 2 – Choice of: 
Rotisserie Goose  l’Orange – blood orange, kale
Lamb Shank Provencal – buckwheat polenta
Chateau Brione Au Poivre 
Crab Stuffed Sole – sauce bercy

Course 3 – Choice of: 
Yule Log 
Mont Blanc
Eggnog Creme Brulee

New Year’s Eve Dinner Menu: 

$70, 3-course prix fixe, limited a la carte, complimentary glass of sparkling wine

Course 1 – Choice of: 
Sunchoke Truffle Veloute – fois gras mouse
Porcini Crusted Sweetbreads – leeks, mushrooms, sauce forrestier 
Crab and Shrimp Louie 

Course 2 – Choice of: 
Lobster Thermador – newberg sauce, 
Capon Farcis – ruinart root vegetables, baluga lentils
Braised Veal Cheeks – polenta, gremolata
Almond Crusted Sea Scallops – blood orange, fennel 

Course 3 – Choice of: 
Strawberry Champagne Gelee 
Chocolate Creme Caramel
Galette Rois


The Bercy is the crown jewel in Ardmore’s award-winning culinary scene. Executive Chef Joseph Monnich offers a modern take on the French brasserie with classically inspired cuisine, wood-fired rotisserie, fresh pastas, and steakhouse style cuts. The expansive layout features an open mezzanine, 20-foot windows, and a raw bar with fresh seafood displays.  

The Bercy
7 Lancaster Ave
Ardmore, PA 19003
(610) 589-0500


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