Vickers Restaurant is the transformed home of famed abolitionist and Chester County potter, John Vickers. Adjacent to the historic 1820s farmhouse (which is used as a 100 seat restaurant) is the private Plantation Ballroom that’s quiet elegance and grand décor make it the perfect venue for top-notch wedding receptions.
Three grand brass chandeliers illuminate the elegant ballroom that is outlined with custom millwork, adding a finished elegance to the space. Ten 6-foot windows scale the walls and are ornamented with plantation shutters to preserve the historic feel of the neighboring house while adding quiet grandeur.
French doors open onto our outdoor patio surrounded by lush landscape. This is the perfect space for an outdoor cocktail hour in warm months. For winter weddings, our Hunt Room can be used for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. An oversized hearth fireplace brings warm light to everyone’s favorite dining room clad in reclaimed wood from the early 19th century barn that once housed John Vickers pottery.
Vickers serves traditional Continental cuisine with French influence. You can rely on us for attentive service, outstanding cuisine and precise event planning.
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Bernadette · Married on 12/10/2016
Vickers hosted our rehearsal dinner in December and we were beyond happy with the decision. Working with Vickers is truly a family affair as Amanda, who coordinates special events, is a member of the family that owns the restaurant. Vickers' private event room fit our family and bridal party perfectly, and created a cozy atmosphere with its historic charm and working fireplace. The staff and management the night of the event were very attentive and made sure we had everything taken care of. They allowed us to bring in our own floral arrangements and drop off presents for attendees ahead of time. Vickers was the perfect choice for our special night!Sent on 03/03/2017