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The Main Line is a designer mix of jewelry, fashion and interior decor boutiques - with a huge university footprint that includes Villanova, Eastern, Cabrini, Haverford, and Swarthmore Colleges.


Tech and pharma companies are scattered across the county, and Media is bursting at the seams with government, legal and retail business that has been generating a “can’t come soon enough” need for the new Hampton Inn to open in 2018.


Like Donny and Marie, Delco’s restaurants, sites and attractions are “a little bit country” and a whole lot of rock n’ roll…


The historic Wayne Hotel in Wayne, PA courtesy: Destination Delco


Delco’s countryside is home to historic sites, gardens and golf courses, including Aronimink Golf Club, host of the 2018 BMW Championship. But there’s also a spirited mix of vineyards and breweries, sports bars and tap rooms, and hundreds of great restau- rants.


Fiore suggests that locals are happy to rec- ommend hidden gems like their favorite pizza place or beloved hoagie shop. Tore’s tip? Try


the Godfather Hoagie at the Ro-Lynn Deli in Brookhaven.


Delco’s “playing fields” come in many vari- eties, from the historic Brandywine Battlefield to the Talen Energy Stadium Soccer Field where 20,000 fans go crazy for the Philadelphia Union. But for those looking for adventure next October, visit what the Travel Channel has called “The Nation’s #1” haunted Halloween cornfield - The Bates Motel and Haunted Hayride in Glen Mills.


Tour museums and galleries or become “living art” at Bonedaddy’s award-winning Tattoo Studio in Aston. Ride a Trolley down Media’s NY-Style Restaurant Row or hit the iconic food truck in front of the Media Courthouse for a tasty hotdog with all the toppings.


Bet a few bucks on horse racing on a track that boasts a turn that literally hangs out over the Delaware River (what a view!). Sing along at the Tower Theater - a legendary concert hall where everybody from Bowie and the Boss to Dylan and John Legend have per- formed. Or stop and smell the roses in the Nation’s Garden Capital (30 gardens within 30 miles).


Take a “Guided Tour” of Delco without leaving home. The bureau’s website features Driving Tours and Guides to everything from farm-to- table dining to the arts, wedding venues, local events - and coming soon will be a new “Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” featuring Delco Trails and Walking Parks.


Boutique Hotel | Broad Table Tavern | Event Space


The website also includes an artsy Portraits Guide to famous Delconians (like Tina Fey), and there’s a monthly Top Ten List of the biggest, craziest events happening in the county.


10 S. Chester Rd. | Swarthmore, PA. 19081 | www.theinnatswat.com | 610.543.7500 84 November z December 2017


Fiore sums up the Delco experience, saying, “Delco is where famous art, history and gar- dens meet cold beer, global food, and mem- orable people… because there are no strangers here, just friends you haven’t made yet.”


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