The Bercy in Ardmore Present Children's Tea in Paris

The Bercy in Ardmore Present Children's Tea in Paris

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The Bercy in Ardmore Present Children's Tea in ParisPhiladelphia, PA - The Bercy at 7 Lancaster Avenue in Ardmore, commemorates their very first holiday season with a very unique new tradition for families. On Saturday, December 22, 2018, The Bercy will team up with Pennsylvania Academy of Ballet for the first Children's Tea in Paris, from 12:00pm to 3:00pm. Families are welcomed to take pleasure in a special tea service seating on the upper Mezzanine with traditional finger sandwiches, pastries together with fresh-baked products from The Bercy's own kitchen. Following tea and sandwiches, guests will delight in selections from the Nutcracker by the Academy, then followed by individual make-your-own take-away gift bags. A Children's Tea in Paris at The Bercy is $45 per person.

A Children's Tea in Paris at The Bercy starts with tea service seating beginning at Noon on the upper mezzanine. The entire family will delight in a classic tea service which Executive Chef Joseph Monnich along with his team have prepared just for the occasion. Look for trays of finger sandwiches, elegant pastries, madeleines, scones as well as other treats. Almost all pastries and baked goods happen to be prepared in-house. Tea sandwiches will consist of cucumber, smoked salmon and more kid-friendly options.

Following tea, families are welcomed to enjoy an exceptional performance featuring selections of the Nutcracker by The Pennsylvania Academy of Ballet. The main dining floor of The Bercy is going to be cleared and converted into a stage for the exclusive appearance, with young ones being welcomed to sit up close to the performers. After the performance, family members will be invited to create a customized gift to take home together with a fantastic gourmet marshmallow and candy take-away station.

A Children's Tea in Paris at The Bercy is $45 per person. Tickets are on sale now: and reservations may also be made by calling The Bercy at 610-589-0500 or by stopping at the host stand.


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