Plaid FAQS

What is Brandywine in Plaid?

After the success of our elegant pop-up dinner parties in the spring (Brandywine in Black) and the summer (Brandywine in White), we were longing for an event that could occur in the fall to celebrate the harvest but have a more relaxed setting. Brandywine in Plaid is a gathering for “BYO” wine and food enthusiasts. Guests dress casually (think jeans, flannels, boots) and arrive at a secret outdoor location with a picnic dinner. We will have the settings with some farm tables, chairs, hay bales, music and a campfire + s’mores. The idea is to keep people networking and meeting friends, so we aren’t as formal as the White and Black events with assigned tables. (Bring an extra blanket and bug spray if you wish.)

Where & When is it?

Brandywine in Plaid will be held the Saturday after Halloween–this year it will fall on Saturday, November 2nd, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. (good news is this is the night we “fall back” for daylight savings time). The location will be revealed 48 hours before to ticket holders, but it will be in the Brandywine Valley Area.

When Are Tickets Available & How Much will Tickets Be?

Tickets are now on sale at: Brandywine In Plaid and are general admission $40/ticket.

What Do I Wear?

Brandywine in Plaid is a more relaxed–think jeans, boots, and flannels (but you can always add bling if you want).

Can I Go Alone?

Our Brandywine Events welcome you whether you come individually or with a group, but you won’t be alone because our events are filled with friendly people who enjoy networking and making new friends.

Is it Kid-Friendly?

Brandywine in Plaid, like Brandywine in White/Black, is a food and wine event that is best reserved for individuals over 21.

What does the event benefit?

A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales and sponsorships will benefit a charity or non-profit organization to be named in the near future. *Guests can also make a monetary donation, postage-paid envelopes will be provided as volunteers cannot accept cash donations.

Organizers of Brandywine In Plaid prepare the event on a profit model and distribute proceeds after expenses to a charity or non-profit organization. Organizers of BIP are volunteers and do not receive compensation.

Can I sponsor the event?

There are a limited number of sponsorship opportunities available with great benefits for your business or entity. Please inquire at our contact card on the home page.

This is a wonderful venue to be social, meet some new people, and have fun!