Exciting things are coming to Historic Dilworthtown!

Painter House Suites, LLC
is happy to announce that the unique, historic property which for generations has served as a gathering spot for locals and visitors alike is getting a new lease on life … a 21st century vision for an 18th century treasure!

The buildings formerly known as the Dilworthtown Inn, the Blue Pear Bistro, and the Inn Keeper’s Kitchen – and their surrounding outbuildings and property – are under new ownership. The restaurants currently are closed while new restaurateurs are identified. Our mission is to utilize the outbuildings to accommodate small business owners that, combined with the restaurants, will create a working and leisure destination for generations to come.

Our goal is to maintain the charm, elegance, and character of the property as much as possible while offering our community three unique, inspiring restaurants in a setting community members know and love. We are partnering with contractors who share our vision and are committed to preserving as much of the buildings’ character as possible.

If you are a restaurateur interested in leasing space, you can contact our realtor, Anthony Nanni of BHHS Fox & Roach, at 215.915.9967 or email anthony.nanni@foxroach.com.

And, visit this website often for updates!


2022 Campus Map:

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H. Frank Rupp, Jr., Owner



Main Office:
10 Beatty Road, Suite 201
Media, PA 19063

News and Updates:


Ground Provisions is
Coming Soon!

Ground Provisions is a part of the Vedge Restaurant Group and will be situated in the former Inn Keeper’s Kitchen building at 1388 Old Wilmington Pike in West Chester, directly across the street from the Dilworthtown Inn.

To learn more about what Ground Provisions has to offer, you can visit their website and social media pages at:

www.GroundProvisions.com  •  Facebook  •  Instagram

Check Back For Opening Date Details!


Books About the Brandywine Valley:


Chadds Ford: History, Heroes and Landmarks
Beyond the MARRIAGE Bed
Brandywine: A Military History of the Battle that Lost Philadelphia but Saved America, September 11, 1777 

All proceeds benefit the authors.